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Julie Rahilly

Julie Rahilly

Boston, MA, US

 

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About 

I am an up-and-coming architectural designer who loves gaining knowledge in every design field. 

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Employment 

The S/L/A/M Collaborative, Boston, MA, US, Architectural Designer

• Constructed physical site models of proposed projects at Providence College, SUNY Fredonia, and Franklin Pierce
• Modelled in Revit and Sketchup to generate 3D representations of a new Humanities building for Providence College and a laboratory at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
• Coordinated the work of mechanical, audio visual, plumbing, and electrical consultants for higher education projects with that of the architects
• Worked with the marketing team to establish a presentation of the company’s work at Massachusetts Institute of Technology for SCUP, a higher education conference
• Updated record drawings using AutoCad for Virginia State University
• Redesigned the Boston office to include a custom reception desk and graphic wall

Jan 2012 - Dec 2012
 

L64 Design, Fairbanks, AK, US, Architecture Intern

· Drew the plans of existing buildings in AutoCad
· Met with contractors during site visits
· Discussed estimates for projects with manufacturers over the phone and via e-mail
· Coordinated measurements with clients, contractors, and engineers over the phone and in person
· Researched lecture candidates for the Alaska Design Forum and set up an Excel sheet of the research
· Provided customer service to clients over the phone and filed
· Worked on designs for a new logo for the company using Adobe Illustrator

May 2011 - Aug 2011
 

Education 

Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, MA, US, MArch, Architecture

Aug 2013 - current
 

Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, MA, US, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2009 - Aug 2013
 

Awards 

President’s Award for Academic Excellence and Co-curricular Involvement in Architecture, 1st Place

The President’s Awards honor graduating seniors of Wentworth Institute of Technology for academic excellence and consistent involvement in co-curricular activities. Students maintain high standards of academic achievement while making outstanding contributions to the Wentworth community through involvement in athletics, student leadership and/or student organizations.

2013
 

AIANH Honorable Mention Recipient for Unbuilt Architecture, 1st Place

Jurors Comments: This is a strong concept. The program is about connections; seeing and being seen. The concept truly supports this. It is a bold approach and could be a very compelling space and architecture. Of course, to be truly successful, there would need to be a lot of development, that being said, the concept was strong enough to convince the jurors that resolution was achievable.

2012
 

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