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- Lead (11 homes)
- Partial Lead (32 homes)
- Associate (24 homes, 5 commercial buildings)
- Remodeling / Consultant (2 homes)
- Commercial Consultant (2 medical offices)
Home Builder (20 Homes):
- Project Manager (3 homes)
- Site Supervisor (3 homes)
- Crew Leader / Occasional Site Supervisor (14 homes)
- Laborer (3 homes)
- Volunteer (2 homes)
Current Design Projects:
-5 New Homes, Hamptons, Long Island, NY
-Home Addition, Edina Minnesota
-Dental Office, Johnson Creek WI
-Home Addition, Fox Lake Wisconsin
-2 New Homes, Madison Wisconsin
-1 New Home, Ripon Wisconsin
-1 Remodel, Green Lake Wisconsin
-1 New Home, Mattituck, Long Island, NY
Modern Green Home, Bridgehampton, NY, US, Project Architect, Project Manager, Site Supervisor
Design, Project Management, and Construction Site Supervision for high-end modern green home's in the Hampton's on the East End of Long Island New York.
Green Lake Home Design, Architect / Owner
Instructional guides for home builders
Habitat for Humanity Silicon Valley, Construction Crew Leader (Full Time, Paid Position)
Building, designing, teaching and aiding volunteers in the construction of simple decent affordable homes: all aspects of construction including plumbing, and electrical.
Bayou Area Habitat for Humanity, Construction Crew Leader (Full Time, Paid Position)
Building, designing, teaching and aiding volunteers in the construction of simple decent affordable homes.
Nishikawa Architects / ADC Architectural Design and Construction, Home Designer / Project Manager
Variety of high-end and affordable residential projects, all aspects of design and project management.
K & S Construction, All Aspects of Construction
Participated in the following tasks under varying levels of supervision:
Demo, Site Work, Concrete, Framing, Stone Masonry, Window/Door Installation, Roofing, Siding, Trim, Plumbing, Painting.
Rieke Sunnland Kono Architects, LTD., Architect (Intern)
Variety of high-end residential projects, AutoCAD redlining and some design work.
SALA Architects, Architecture (Intern)
Variety of "Not-So-Big" residential projects, CD redlines, model making, watercolors, specifications, some design work.
Roark-Kramer-Kosowski Design, Architecture (Intern)
Model making, drafting, and design, for non-profit organizations; also furniture design for a branch of the company called Ouch! the Folding Furniture Company.
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Affordable Green Academy
Completion of the following Courses on Energy Efficient Design in Affordable Housing:
- Principles and Goals
- The House as a System
- Walls and Windows
- Roofs and Attics
- Managing Green
- Case Studies and Interviews
- Energy Star Thermal Bypass Checklist Training
PSMJ, Project Management Bootcamp
Intensive week-long seminar for project managers.
University of Minnesota, MArch, Master's of Architecture Degree
- Master's of Architecture Degree
- Extensive study abroad experience in the following architecturally rich locations:
- India, Winter 2004
- Portugal, Barcelona, Venice, Spring 2003
- China, Japan, Summer 2002
University of Minnesota, Undergraduate Architecture (Master's Degree Prerequisites)
- Architecture Undergraduate classes
- Architecture study abroad semester in Oaxaca Mexico, Winter 1999
Gustavus Adolphus College, Bachelors, Studio Art, English
Regular Studies plus studies abroad in the following locations:
Paris, Amsterdam, Florence, and Rome, Winter 1995
Framing and Tie-Down Guide for Simple Decent Affordable Homes, Other
Energy Efficient Window Installation Guide, Other
Exterior Stair Construction Guide, Other
The Giudecca (publication) Residential Interventions in the Giudecca - Venice Italy., Other
CALA Precast Concrete Design Competition, 1st Place
Architecture Minnesota Magazine. Photographic Work on Oaxaca Mexico Courtyards., Other
5 acceptances for the All Student Exhibitions at Gustavus in the springs of '95 and '96, 1st Place
9 acceptances, and 2 consecutive Juror's Choice Awards for visual art and poetry in the Gustavus Firethorn (biannual literary arts magazine.) Fall '95, Spring '96, and '97, 1st Place