Alex Alaimo, AIAS, is in the final year of the B.Arch program at New York Institute of Technology. He has contributed to his local AIAS Chapter and is currently a Project Manager for the chapters Freedom by Design Program. He is also an active member of AIA NY Emerging New York Architects (ENYA) committee. In response to Sandy he founded the Operation Resilient Long Island (ORLI) student group which plans on launching an ideas competition to help local towns strategically plan rebuilding efforts. After graduation he plans on getting licensed and is interested in new and alternative practices in architecture. He also plans to continue to contribute to professional and non-profit organizations.
RWS Construction, Hawthorne, NY, US, Associate Project Manager
Construction Documents, Site planning, Design development in residential and small commercial firm.
NYC Department of Design and Construction, Long Island City, NY, US, Project Management Intern
Assisted with Project Management for NYC cultural projects, pre and post construction
Projects include Renovation of Snug Harbor Cultural Center, PS 122, Queens Botanical Garden
Developed scope documents, Addendums, SER Requirements, attended project meetings
Reviewed Specifications and Construction Documents, prepare comments to design architect
New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), New York, NY, US, BArch, B. Arch
AIA Henry Adams Gold Medal Recipient
AIAS Freedom by Design
Served on Faculty Committees
Founded Operation Resilient Long Island
AIA Henry Adams Gold Medal, Award
Highest Honor for NYIT Architecture