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-Arthur Edmund Procter 3 rd -

51A Farnsworth Street • Springfield, MA 01107 • 201-213-1429 • proctera@gmail.com • http://www.wix.com/proctera/woa

EDUCATION

WENTWORTH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Boston, MA


Bachelor of Architecture Engineering Technology 2006
• Member: Wentworth Architecture Club; American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS)
• Relevant Coursework: Design of Steel and Wood Structures, and Site Engineering and Planning
WEST MORRIS CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Chester, NJ
• Relevant Coursework: Computer Aided Design 1 & 2, Architectural Drawing 1 & 2 2002
• Only student in Architectural Drawing 2, class of his senior year

EXPERIENCE
PRIMERICA FINANCIAL SERVICES Springfield, MA
Insurance Producer 09/01/09-Present
• Communicated complex information to clients to make them aware of their options and help them assess the relative merits of different plans.
• Analyzed clients information and prepared Financial Needs Analysis best suited to client’s requirements.
• Adept at creating, developing, and executing short and long-term financial strategies customized to meet client’s needs in profit-driven,
customer-focused environment.
PSA-DEWBERRY Boston, MA
CAD Technician 03/19/07-08/29/08
• One of four CAD technicians designing and detailing the new MBTA Arborway Bus Storage and Repair Facility. This development has a
design budget of over $120 million and will be 430,000 sq ft when completed.
• Provided 3D model of the VA Medical Center in Boston, MA for City Planning Presentation. The 3D model lead to ultimately picking
Dewberry to create construction documents for the design.
ZEYBEKOGLU NAYMAN ASSOCIATES, INC Cambridge, MA
Intern Architect 07/31/06-03/16/07
• Intern Architect drafting on Entertainment Complex part of Shams Abu Dhabi; which had a design budget of approx. $6.9 billion and was 14.2
million sq ft upon completion. Shams Abu Dhabi Central Park won 'Best Development' at CNBC Property Awards. The award was granted for
Central Park energy efficiency, safety, security, innovation and superior architectural design.
• Designed landscaping for Vail Court, Cambridge, MA a 30-unit residential condominium. Successfully worked within specific vegetation and
budget limits to create an outdoor space for the new residences using only indigenous species.
• Redesigned facade details for Hail Housing project in Hail, Saudi Arabia. Worked with diverse cultural stylized elements such as pop-out
windows, window shading, geometric shapes and repetitive art.
BROOKLINE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Brookline, MA
Paid Summer Internship 08/01/05-12/23/05
• Surveyed Harry Downes Field for addition of new synthetic turf field and paving for a resilient track surface base. This project was completed
in 2006 and cost a total of $450,000.
• Surveyed many sidewalks and intersections for Brookline to be repaired and updated in 2006. The total repair cost was $180,000.
• Developed transportation and parking plans for the City of Brookline’s 300th Anniversary. This included placing the booths, parking spaces
and traffic flow. Assisted in managing the crowd at the actual Anniversary to help other volunteers understand the parking plans.
FRANK D. MILETO, A.I.A. Long Valley, NJ
Paid Winter Internship 01/06/03-06/27/03
• Designed plans, elevations and sections for Holiday Inn at Newton, NJ with construction costs of $2,065,000. The Holiday Inn includes two
meeting rooms, a restaurant and a fitness center.
• The Holiday Inn has 3 floors, which includes 69 quest rooms, 26 suites, 43 single-bed rooms, and 26 double-bed rooms.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

• Licenses Held: Massachusetts Insurance and Mortgage License


• Skills: Hand drawing, computer drafting, and 3D computer modeling
• Applications Used: AutoCAD Architecture 2008, AutoDesk Revit Architecture, VectorWorks 12.5, Form-Z 5.5.3 and Google SketchUp Pro
• Affiliations: Architecture for Humanity Boston (AFHB), Boston Society of Architecture (BSA), and Associate Architecture Institute of
Architecture (AAIA)
• Community Service: Group Work Camps ('07-'08), Dominican Republic ('98-02), and Appalachian Service Project ('97-'01)

REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST