Mike Orman

Mike Orman

New York, NY, US


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Currently employed at a full-service architecture firm for over 3 years working mainly on complex public sector jobs.  I have worked in all phases of the design process from design conception to CA and close out.  I am currently finishing up my IDP and AREs.  I am always looking to broaden my architectural education.  As a fast learner I am open to all types of experience and welcome the challenge of learning about new areas of the profession.

-Mike Orman



Goshow Architects, New York, NY, US, Architectural Designer

-- Developed renderings, animations, and digital models for presentations
-- Set up and maintained a Revit drawing set for a 40,000 sf interior project
-- Supervised and mentored junior staff in the preparation of construction documents
-- Coordinated submittal review and maintained log and filing for 1000+ items
-- Reviewed shop drawings for many construction divisions
-- Incorporated construction phase design revisions comprehensively into documents
-- Prepared architectural punchlist for 25,000 sf new school addition
-- Attended construction meetings and substituted as architectural field representative

NCARB Registration status:

- 5570 IDP hours completed

- 5/7 ARE exams completed

Jun 2010 - current


The Pennsylvania State University (Penn State), University Park, PA, US, BArch, Architecture

5-year B. Arch degree

Graduated from Schreyer Honors College

Aug 2005 - May 2010

Parsons The New School for Design, Paris, FR, Architecture and Interiors

A study abroad program focusing on the analysis of the architecture and interiors of Paris and surrounding areas.

Jun 2006 - Jul 2006


AIA Henry Adams Medal, Award

A medal is awarded to recognize the top-ranking graduating student.


Paul Kossman Thesis Design Award, 2nd Place

The purpose of this award is to recognize the “second-best” fifth year thesis design project.


5th Year Design Excellence Award, 2nd Place

To recognize excellence in design studio at the fifth year level.


Areas of Specialization 


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