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Seeking a position in a creative field that offers opportunities to solve client

needs by managing projects from beginning to successful completion


QUALIFICATIONS
* Over fifteen years project management and design expertise in residential des
ign-build and commercial projects with the ability to work with and delegate res
ponsibilities in a group environment including, architects, engineers, general c
ontractors, subcontractors and fabricators
* Project manager for museum, trade show, visitors center exhibits and commerci
al interiors with coordination among estimators, account executives, fabricators
, art production and installers
* Creative design talent and experience with furniture, architecture and interi
or design projects
* Experience in preparation of construction documents and coordination, code an
alysis, permit processing and construction administration
* Proficient in Auto-Cad 2008, Microsoft office, sketches, drawings and constru
ction documents
WORK EXPERIENCE
Project Architect, Peck Peck and Associates, Woodbridge, Virginia 2008-2010
Responsible for the coordination and preparation of construction documents, spec
ification, cost analysis and managing engineering consultants for renovation of
large commercial projects for Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority (MWAA) a
nd Longfellow Middle School. Various projects include:
* Renovation of 27,000sf office space at Dulles Airport, $1,000,000
* Renovation of interior toilet rooms in the main terminal at Dulles Airport, $
2,600,000
* Renovation of 30,000sf roof project on Hangar 5 at Reagan National Airport, $
730,000
* Team involvement for the Longfellow Middle School renovation, Falls Church, V
irginia
Project Manager, Karajoel, LLC, Washington DC 2007-2008
Responsible for the project management of real estate investments including, sma
ll commercial and residential architectural projects. Construction management in
cluded coordination of various professional and construction trades, on site sup
ervision, government inspections and construction administration. Various projec
ts include:
* Renovation of office space for Humane Society in SE, Washington, DC
* Renovation of Capital Hill townhouse in Washington, DC
* Design phase of new charter school in NE, Washington, DC
* Design phase of Capitol Hill retail space in Washington, DC
Architect, Rounds Vanduzer Architects, Falls Church, Virginia 1998-2007
Responsible for preparation of construction documents for large retail, commerci
al and residential projects throughout Virginia, Maryland and Washington, DC, in
cluding on site surveys, code analysis, client relations, coordination between v
arious professionals and constructions administration. Various projects include:
* Renovations and new construction for 40,000-65,000sf Safeway stores
* Fit-outs for retail spaces throughout Virginia and Maryland
* Renovation of 4,500sf doctor's office in Washington, DC
* Renovation to residential projects in Virginia and Washington, DC
Project Manager/Design Consultant, Falls Church, VA 1997-1998
Architectural consulting service for residential clients and general contractors
including preparation of presentation drawings, construction documents, buildin
g code analysis, and on site supervision
Project Manager, Explus Inc., Dulles, Virginia 1995-1997
Project management responsibilities for museum, trade show and commercial projec
ts, major client include:
* Library of Congress, "Top Treasures Exhibition Case", AIA award winning exhib
it case for the "Declaration of Independence"
* Holocaust Museum, Refurbished existing exhibits
* National Air and Space Museum, Graphic production for new exhibit
* The National Zoo, Installation of the "Amazonia" Visitor's Center exhibit
* Alcatel, Millwork fabrication and installation for two high-tech board rooms
* National Cancer Institute, Design phase for office renovation
* Hughes Medical Center, Coordination of traveling exhibit
Exhibit Design Intern, Smithsonian Institution, National Air and Space Museum 19
94
Enrolled in a three month internship program for the study of "Exhibit Design",
while under the supervision of Chief Lighting Designer, Frank Florentine within
the National Air and Space Museum exhibit department.
Designed an exhibit case for various museum artifacts, responsibilities included
preparation of detailed fabrication drawings, material specification, project b
rainstorming with senior designers and shop supervisors.
Project Manager/Design Consultant, Washington, DC 1990-1995
Evaluated client's needs, generated design proposals, researched building and zo
ning codes, prepared construction documents, obtained building permits, schedule
d sub-contractors, specified and purchased materials and supervised the construc
tion phase until completion with emphasis on high quality control and project ma
nagement.
Collaborated with Klaus Klatt, Architect, Washington, DC
Project Manager/Designer, Sealander Brokerage Ltd., Washington, DC 1985-1989
Responsible for the design and construction administration of residential and sm
all commercial design build projects for real estate investors in Washington DC.
Prepared construction documents, processed building permits, executed and docume
nted all project phases, coordinated and supervised subcontractors and suppliers
. Managed on site quality control and consulted with architects and engineers fo
r document approval.
Education
Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
School of Architecture and Planning
Masters of Architecture
International Institute of Interior Design, 1981
Affiliated with Marymount University, Arlington, Virginia
NCIDQ certified
RFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST