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RANDALL

M A U N E Y AIA, LEED AP

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____________________________________________________________________________________ 1142 Sheridan Court NE, Atlanta, Ga. 30324 - Cell: (704) 579-9282 - randallmauney@yahoo.com

PROFESSIONAL ROLES AND SKILLS
INTERIOR DESIGNER PROJECT MANAGER CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT REGISTERED ARCHITECT CLIENT RELATIONSHIP MANAGER DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS LEED AP TEAM LEADER AUTO-CADD

PROJECT TYPES
CORPORATE BANKING MASTER PLANNING HEALTH CARE TRAINING HISTORIC RENOVATION GOVERNMENT ATHLETICS RETAIL

EDUCATION
POST BACCALAUREATE DEGREE IN ARCHITECTURE - University of North Carolina at Charlotte 1990 Thesis: “Planning for Proportioned Growth” A study in New Urbanism and proportioning exterior space. BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ARCHITECTURE - University of North Carolina at Charlotte 1985 Concentration: Business Administration NATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE IN ARCHITECTURE - University of Maryland at College Park 1983

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
INTERIOR DESIGN - PROJECT MANAGER: Heery International, Atlanta Georgia 20082009 • Oversaw a team of interior designers working on various project types. • I excelled in client relationships and working with user groups to balance the needs and wants of numerous interests. Projects • MEAG Power 80,000 SF Programming and Facility Analysis • Families First 20,000 SF Programming and Facility Analysis • The Georgia Air National Guard 56,000 SF Design and Construction Documents • ADMA Biologics, Plasma Donation Center Site Comparisons and Schematic Design • Foot Ball Locker Room for MSU Design and Construction Documents • VA Hospital in Decatur, GA. Interior Design for a Clinic Addition INTERIOR TEAM LEAD/PROJECT MANAGER: Little Diversified Architectural Consulting, Charlotte, NC 2008 1998-

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INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE TEAM LEAD FOR REGIONS BANK ACCOUNT 20072008 Supported the Regions Bank/Am South merger and line of business account. Main point of contact with Region’s Bank and Heery (their program manager) for projects across the Southeast. Elevated design quality by maintaining project involvement. Improved Region’s productivity and associate experience by listening/understanding their work process and flow. Decreased project response time by utilizing Little’s staff in several of their regional offices. Developed client relationship by establishing trust and a “what ever it takes” response approach. • Increased Little’s staff utilization by managing a small team in Charlotte and underutilized staff in regional offices. Major Projects Jackson Operations and Training Center - 57,000 SF Renovation and consolidation of duplicate facilities into one existing structure to improve utilization and work process flow for check processing and regional training. • Emergency Operation Center in Birmingham - State of the Art facility for disaster recovery, designed and built on a fast track process to meet a merger transition deadline.

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Executive Area expansion at the ROC facility in Birmingham - Expansion for merger growth. • Lakeshore Renovation in Birmingham - Schematic design and finish selection for a major renovation and restack to bring an Am South building up the new Regions standards.

RANDALL

M A U N E Y AIA, LEED AP

____________________________________________________________________________________ 1142 Sheridan Court NE, Atlanta, Ga. 30324 - Cell: (704) 579-9282 - randallmauney@yahoo.com

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PROJECT MANAGER 19982007 Managed projects for several top US companies like Bank of America, and J P Morgan Chase simultaneously. Main focus was the Bank of America Corporate Headquarters Team with an emphasis on design. • Developed Little’s client relationship with CBRE and Bank of America obtaining high profile projects. Understanding diverse client work processes and project goals to improve client work efficiency. Promote green design by overcoming existing facility challenges to reuse existing structures. Designed spaces that became used as tool to attract and retain the best and brightest associates. • Managed the 17 floor multi-tenant The Bank One Tower renovation with several law firms, accounting firms… Bank of America Spirit Celebration Award 2004. Best project award in all four categories of the Nations Bank Corporate Real Estate Banquet 1999. Major Projects • Bank of America Corporate Center Trading Floor – 21,500 SF, Project Architect/Project Manager/Design • Bank of America Heritage Center and Company Store – 11,500 SF, Project Architect/Project Manager/Design • Bank of America Alternative Office Integration 525 N Tryon –28,000 SF, Project Architect/Project Manager/Design • Bank of America Hearst Tower Upfit – Floors 16-21 130,000 SF, Project Architect/Project Manager/Design • Bank of America Hearst Tower Art Gallery – 3,500 SF, Project Manager, Design • Bank of America Center Lobby Art Niche – 200 SF, Project Manager/Design • Bank One Center in Charleston, WV 17 Floor tower renovation – 100,000 SF, Project Manager/Design • Stanford Financial Wealth Management , Charlotte office – 24,000 SF, Project Architect/Project Manager • Steptoe and Johnson Law Firm, Charleston, WV office – 38,000 SF, Project Manager/Design • The Tinny Law Firm, Charleston, WV – 12,500 SF, Project Manager/Design ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER / REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT: 1998 GROSS ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, CMC, MARK ONE CONSTRUCTION, OMNI ARCHITECTURE • • • • • • • • • • Managed the Design Department for a real estate development and consulting firm. Master planning for single-family subdivisions and amenities package design. Land use and master planning for office parks and mixed-use projects. Prepared cost estimates, feasibility studies and oversaw the rezoning of land acquisitions. All phases of design and construction documents for single family, multi-family, mixed use and historic renovation. Real-estate development experience includes project sales. Design, construction drawings, finish selection & construction admin. for the Independence Arena renovation. Managed all phases of marketing, client relations, and accounting for institutional and residential projects. Managed elderly housing projects from client contact through working drawings. Artist/designer for the Air National Guard Memorial at their facility near the Charlotte Airport. 1985 -

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
FAMILIES FIRST – Professional services volunteer MINT MUSEUM OF ART – Member 2006 Main Board of Trustees Member and President of the Young Affiliates (over 1,000 Members) Board member of the Young Affiliates 2003 UNITED WAY – Allocations Council for Crisis Assistance 2004 Council member determining the allocation of approximately $2.5 million. 2009 199120002001 19972003 and

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EXPLORERS PROGRAM –Mentoring program through Boy Scouts of America 2003 Designed for high school students to learn about various professions.