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Pablo Lopez Ampudia holds a bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the New Jersey Institute of Technology . He is currently pursuing a Master of Science degree in Advanced Architectural Design at Columbia University where he seeks to expand his knowledge in Architecture and Urbanism. He is interested in furthering his knowledge in the implementation of BIM technologies in architecture and engineering.
Heritage Architecture, LLC, Paramus NJ, Architectural Designer
He practiced architecture at Heritage Architecture In Bergen County, New Jersey where he was responsible for assembling construction documents, investigation field reports, coordinating destructive and non-destructive field Inspections with engineers and supporting the architecture staff in the completion of construction documents. He collaborated within the team during schematic, conceptual and construction phases with a strong focus in the small details via 2d and 3d presentation. His work at the firm included:
-Envelope & roof restoration for Vocational High School in Newark NJ
-Envelope repair for John Adams High School in Queens, New York.
-Water infiltration repair for PS.63Q in Queens, New York.
-Project Net Zero .
-Millennium Way Training and Community Center.
-Washington Street Development.
-20/30 Evergreen Development.
Columbia University, New York, NY, US, Masters, Advanced Architectural Design
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), BArch, Architecture
NJIT Design Showcase 2013, 1st Place
2013 U.S Green Building Council Student Award: Bay Head Resilient Design Project, Nomination
NJIT PCI Foundation Studio, Other
Habitat for humanity:Design Innovation Award, Other