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