Rodney A. Dionisio

Rodney A. Dionisio

New Orleans, LA, US



Project Manager with 20 years of professional experience in the Architectural and Construction Industry highlighted by rapid advancement and consistent achievement of personal and company goals who brings high energy and creativity to all phases of the project through strong leadership, a high level of organization, superior attention to detail, written, and verbal communication and interpersonal skills, a strong desire to mentor others and a love for the process from project planning through Construction Administration



The City of New Orleans, Capital Project Administration, New Orleans, LA, US, Project Manager - Architect

Project Manager
-Hurricane Katrina Renovation Projects and Capital Project Coordination.
-Coordination of architectural and engineering consultants
-Engage FEMA on Hurricane project funding eligibility
-Project production from programming through to construction documents.
-Preparing projects for bid, bid openings, bid negotiation and construction administration.
-Apply for and obtain building permits.
-Neighborhood presentations and design charrette coordination.
-Manage multiple projects and Architect/Engineering teams at the same time

Nov 2010 - current


Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, US, MArch, Architecture

Maters and Education Philosophy:
The theoretical and practice philosophy that I have focuses on phenomenology and the
experience of architecture. Christian Norberg-Schultz, in his approach towards the
phenomenology of architecture, stated, “the task of the architect is to create meaningful places,
whereby he helps man to dwell”. The design process of perception shall be understood through
an analysis and discovery of the importance of the different realms that make up the transitions
into buildings and into interior spaces.

Master of Architecture II, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
Deans List
Degree Criteria: Traditional Planning/Design
Thesis Research Focus: The Experience or Architecture
Thesis Research Project: Community Arts Center, Riverbend, New Orleans, LA.

Jul 1997 - May 1998

Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, US, BArch, Architecture

Bachelor of Architecture, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Thesis Research Focus: Design in Context
Thesis Research Project: Performing Arts Center and School, Philadelphia, PA

Sep 1984 - May 1990

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