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Steven K. Nose, A.I.A.

, NCARB, LEED AP
Fairfield, CA 94533
Telephone: (707) 437-1077
E-mail: snefd7bc@westpost.net
QUALIFICATIONS: Project Architect, Senior Architect, Project Manager, Architect
ural Assistant.
EDUCATION: Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland
Architectural course work in CAD.
(9/91-12/91; 1/92-5/92).
University of Maryland School of Architecture
M. ARCH., 1988, 2nd Place Rounds Van Duzer Competition
(9/84-5/88). 2001 Post graduate GRE in top 26-10% 700M, 630V.
Columbia University, Columbia College
New York, New York, studies in Literature and Architecture
B. A., 1981. (9/77-5/81). GRE in top 16-23% 670M, 580V.
C. W. Woodward High School
Rockville, Maryland
H. S. Dipl., 1977. Graduated in top 5% of high school class
Governor's Merit Award
(9/74-6/77). SAT in top 3-8%.
LICENSE STATUS: Architectural Registration Exam, (06/91; 12/91; 06/92): Licens
ed in
D C (09/92), MD (01/00), PA (02/01); NY (07/02) NCARB certificate, (09/99). Cal
ifornia supplemental exam, 01/2007; Licensed in California, 03/2007. U S Green
Building Council's Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design AP Exam, 06/2009.
EXPERIENCE: Volunteer/ Volunteer Architect: San Francisco & Santa Clara Valley
AIA Chapters; Member, Committee On The Environment 2010, 2009; Course Reviewer,
U S Green Building Council Northern California Chapter 2010; San Jose, CA Commu
nity Center; SF Architect Design Competition. Update course in REVIT 2010 (9/20
09), familiarity with ACAD2010, ACAD2011. Also completed a course and have know
ledge of 3ds max. (2009-2010)
Deems Lewis McKinley Architecture
Project Architect for California public elementary school design. (74,000/yr)
Completed DSA review process for two projects.
San Francisco, CA Office (6/16/2008 - 12/19/2008).
RTKL Associates
DC Office - U. S. Government & Municipal design
Veterans' Medical Center, Research Laboratory, and
Health Care Center in different parts of the U. S.
Senior Project Architect with CAD, REVIT skills ($70,000/ yr)
Transferred to DLM.
(09/ 2007- 04/2008)
EBA, Ernest Bland Associates, PC (passed California Oral Exam)
Silver Spring, Maryland - U. S. Government Design,
National Institutes of Health, Veterans Administration,
The Prince George's County government
Senior Architect/ Proj Mgr. ($65,500/ yr)
Temporary Assignment (04/2007-9/2007)
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EXPERIENCE: Bechtel Corporation
Frederick, MD - U. S. Government Industrial Design
Senior Architect, ($65k/ yr + merit pay award)
(09/22/2005-09/10/2006) - 1 year project assignment.
Frank Schlesinger, FAIA
Washington, DC - short term residential project
Project Architect
(05/2005-07/2005) - Temporary position.
Beyer Blinder Belle Architects and Planners, LLP
U. S. Government Design - Museum related
Washington, DC
Project Architect,
(06/2004-01/2005)
Karn Chapman Charuhas Twohey
U. S. Government Design - Office building
Washington, D. C. 20036
Project Architect,
(01/27/2003-05/31/2004) - 1 year 4 mos.
Jonathan Nehmer + Associates
Hotel, Small Restaurant Design
Project Architect,
Rockville, Maryland 20850
Projects: small restaurants, (hurricane resistant design) Florida + Ohio;
Marriott Hotels, Florida + Texas
(01/02/02-01/10/03) - 1 year.
Brennan Beer Gorman Monk, PLLC
Hotel Design, Senior Architect
Washington, DC 20005
Projects: Marriott Hotel, Virginia; Hilton Garden Inn Hotel, Virginia;
Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Washington, D. C.
(4/2000-10/2001) - 1 year 6 mos.
: Wanchul Lee Associates, P.C., Architects
Educational Design, Project Architect
Washington, D.C. 20007
Project: Elementary School, Northern Virginia Public Schools
(4/99-3/2000) - 1 year.
Hellmuth, Obata, Kassabaum, P.C. (completed reqs for NCARB certificate)
Mid-rise Office building, Federal govt. Institutional Design,
Project Architect
Washington, D. C. 20007
Projects: Carr America, Nextel Office building, Virginia
U. S. Government Buildings
(11/96- 3/99) - 2 years 3 mos.

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EXPERIENCE: Smolen + Emr Associates
Educational Design, Project Architect
Rockville, Maryland
Project: Ridgeway Elementary School, Anne Arundel County
Maryland Public School
(8/95- 10/96) - 1 year 4 mos.
Robert Glaser Associates
Educational Design, Project Architect
Silver Spring, Maryland
Project: Maryland Public School
(7/95-8/95) - Temporary.
Duane, Cahill, Mullineaux, & Mullineaux
Educational Design, Project Architect
Gaithersburg, Maryland
Projects: Maryland Public Schools
(9/94-7/95)
Residential Design Group
Lakeridge, Virginia
New townhome communities
(4/94-8/94) - Company's income.
Greenwald Cassell Associates (first employment as a licensed architect)
Project Architect
Residential Design/ Build
Projects: residential additions/ renovations
Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D. C.
(10/92-12/93) - End of services.
U. S. Government Survey, USDOI, (passed 9-part Architectural Registration Exa
m)
Temporary position
Project: Rock Creek Parkway, and Structures. Cultural Resource
Management, Volume 16, No. 03, National Park Service, 1993.
(6/92-8/92) - Temporary assignment.
Charles Egbert Architect
Library competition
Project: Evanston, Illinois
(2/91-3/91) - Temporary assignment.
Kress Cox Associates
Commercial Design
Projects: Residential, Office building, Commercial strip mall,
Washington, D. C., and Maryland
(7/90-10/90) - Temporary assignment.

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EXPERIENCE: David M. Schwarz / Arch'l Svcs.
Projects: Commercial/High-rise Residential Design, Texas, and
California, (8/88-5/90) - 1year, 9 mos.
Swanke, Hayden, Connell
Project: Commercial Interior Design, Washington, D. C.
(6/88-7/88) - Temporary assignment.
Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill (while in graduate school)
Projects: Mid/High-Rise Design, U. S. News and World Report Building re
novation conversion, Interiors project; other office building design. Summer
employee, 1985, 1986, 1987 - 3 years of Temporary assignments.
New York, New York (prior to graduate school; working as a college graduate):
Christopher Compton Architects
Projects: Renovation of upper west side apartment buildings; new
residence, New York City and environs
(1/84-8/84) - Left for graduate school.
Sasson and Rachlin Architects
Projects: Residential additions/ renovations, Brooklyn, New York (10/82
-11/83) - 1 year 1mos.
Raymond Irrera Associates
Projects: Bank of New York ATM installation designs; space planning
(7/81-10/82) - 1 year, 3 mos.
PROFESSIONAL: Member (Architect), American Institute of Architects
San Francisco Chapter, California (07/09)
Santa Clara Valley Chapter, California (06/08); DC (09/92).
LEED Accredited Professional, U. S. Green Building Council
(6/2009), passed in San Francisco.
Member, Construction Spec. Institute
San Francisco Chapter, (06/08); DC (1998).

OTHER SKILLS: REVIT, AutoCAD, Viz, Microstation V. 8, Adobe Illustrator, MS Off


ice
AIA Continuing Education: Harvard University Graduate School of Design's Continu
ing Education Program, (2001, 2006).
Completed Toastmasters' International Public Speaking Course, (1990).
Other topics of study: Feng Shui, Environmental design; Security.

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PERSONAL: Birthplace: DC
Marital status: Married; one child attending California Public School (all of u
s in good health).
Health: Excellent.
Family: My family has been in the United States for over 100 years,
and I am descended from U. S. Servicemen, WWI and after who have served fro
m California, where we still have relatives and friends. Related to Michael Shi
gekawa, Persian Gulf War Veteran (d. 1996).
U. S. International Passport
Avocation: trumpet.
U. S. Military Qualified for Army Officer Candidate School c. 1992. Service wa
s deemed unnecessary by the U. S. Military.
REFERENCES
& PORTFOLIO: Letters of recommendation and my portfolio are available for view
upon request.
PUBLICATIONS: "Nose Kiyasu Monogatari, An American Autobiographical History,"
Vantage Press, New York, NY, c. 2010. Publication has received a 5 star rating
(highest) by Midwest Book Review, listed on Amazon.com
VOLUNTEER/
CONTRIBUTOR: Volunteer 'Architecture And The City Festival', (9/14/2009)San Fran
cisco AIA Chapter; Volunteer and Attendee, American Institute of Architects 2009
National Convention, San Francisco, CA, (4/28/09-5/02/2009); San Jose, Japantow
n, "Matsuri" Festival, Spring 2009, 2010 helped to set up, post-tensioned tent s
tructure; Volunteer Architect & Board Member, JA Northern California Community 2
009, 2010; Volunteer, Environmental, Clean-A-Beach Day, Ocean Beach, San Francis
co, (02/08/2009; 3/15/09); Church & Civic Organizations, Northern California, M
aryland, Washington, DC (past & present, as a board of directors member, church
goer, leader on civic matters, and as advisor on architectural issues); C&O Cana
l Cleanup, Earth Day, Washington, D. C. (c. 1999 Environmental Cleanup Team w/ o
ther HOK employees); Marjorie Merriweather Post Mansion/ Hillwood Museum, Washin
gton, DC Chapter, (prior to 2001, Archival Documents volunteer) Habitat for Hum
anity, Washington, DC Chapter, (prior to 2001, Office volunteer for HH DC offic
e).

AVAILABILITY: Immediate.

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