At the most fundamental level, we’re builders. But while the physical manifestations of our work may be mere formal constructs, the true value of that work is in the way it shapes the human experience – and in its ability to connect with the values and aspirations of the public we serve. The architectural landscape looks a little different from the way it appeared when Integrus was founded in 1953; our principles, however, haven’t changed since day one. We are:

  • focused on meeting the needs of our clients, both creatively and holistically, within the broader context of community and place
  • committed to a collaborative approach to the work we do, giving each member of our team a significant voice in that work and in the continued evolution of the firm
  • dedicated to advancing understanding within the field through continually growing our knowledge base and serving the profession


“Integrus has guided my career path in the right direction and has given me great understanding of what it takes to be a professional in today’s A/E world.”

– summer intern

who we are

Spokane: Whatever the category, you’ll probably find Spokane on an associated “best of” list. Coziest Cities in America (Country Living) and Best Cities for Women-Owned Businesses (WalletHub) in 2016; All-America City (National Civic League) and Great Cities for Food Lovers (Wall Street Journal) in 2015. Sunset called Spokane one of the best places to raise kids; Outside named it one of the best places to live in America. So what’s all the fuss about? Set in eastern Washington, where the Columbia Basin desert meets the Northern Rocky Mountains, the area offers an outstanding array of recreational opportunities. As if that weren’t enough, Spokane, with a metro population in excess of half a million, adds an impressive set of urban amenities – incredible arts, world-class entertainment, trendy boutiques, and fine dining.

Seattle: What makes the Emerald City the crown jewel of the Pacific Northwest (not to mention one of the fastest-growing cities in the country)? Maybe it’s because the local cuisine spans everything from the Seattle Dog – topped with cream cheese – to authentic Vietnamese pho. Maybe it’s because the city is home not only to Jimi Hendrix, Nirvana, and Pearl Jam, but also to the internationally acclaimed Seattle Symphony. Maybe it’s because you can literally enjoy whale-watching on your way to work – and pick from nearly 200 galleries and five art museums to visit on your way back home. Or maybe it’s because, between the iconic skyline and Puget Sound and the “episodically active” volcano just 60 miles away, it’s one of the most stunningly beautiful places on the entire planet.


why work here

In addition to surrounding you with smart, talented, creative, friendly, dedicated, and passionate professionals committed to doing great work, we offer:

  • a fun, collaborative working environment
  • live, instructor-led Lunch and Learns, an easy and efficient way for architects, engineers, interior designers, and LEED APs to gain their CE hours
  • a fun way to keep your sketching skills sharp, stretch your legs, and get some fresh air with Sketch Lunches
  • opportunities for staff to get together, share ideas, and get/give helpful feedback through Design Labs
  • employer-paid insurance to include medical, dental, vision, life, and disability
  • paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave
  • FSA plan with medical, dependent care, and transportation options
  • 401K retirement plan with company match
benefits & perks

Professional development is the cornerstone of a creative culture – a means to teach and learn the design principles that stand the test of time. Continuing education through in-house training; membership in professional organizations like AIA, SEA, USGBC, IIDA, A4LE, and SCUP, and conferences, workshops, and seminars helps to provide perspective on the past, involvement with the present, and a view toward the future.

mentorship program: Mentoring in the workplace is a developmental process – dynamic and unique to each individual – that’s designed to support career advancement and help both mentees and mentors grow in their respective roles.

  • as a mentee, you’ll be given opportunities to learn from your mentor’s experience and work through real-life career development challenges with a trusted partner
  • as a mentor, you will grow your listening, feedback, and coaching skills – as well as help someone grow through career development

internship programs: Taking to heart the words of the AIA Spokane Mission Statement – to “increase and promote the value of architects by advancing the standard of the profession, and promoting professional development, outreach, and fellowship” – we encourage and support our people not only in their professional development, but also in their involvement in the communities we serve.

  • school internship program
  • summer internship program
  • full-time internship program
professional development

Are you a passionate and highly ambitious person looking to join a team of professionals who are committed to meaningful architecture and engaging the communities we serve? Does this sound like a firm you want to work for?

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equal opportunity employer: Providing equal employment opportunities for all individuals is what we are about at Integrus Architecture. We focus on finding the right person for the job and give all qualified applicants fair treatment regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, genetic information, sexual orientation, status as a protected veteran or status as a qualified individual with a disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable Federal, State, or Local Law.

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