Nicole Pandolfo is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in architecture with a minor in urban studies (May 2013). After graduation she plans to continue her studies to receive her Masters in Architecture.
Nicole is a member of the Northeastern University Honors program and has been named to Dean's list consistently throughout her time at Northeastern. IN addition to her academic success, she serves as a Husky Ambassador for the school as well as an honors mentor to incoming freshman students.
Nicole has been working professionally in the field of architecture over the last four years. Her undergraduate work has been focused primarily on sustainable design in an urban context. She hopes to focus her graduate studies on sustainable building systems and their early incorporation into the design process.
Kling Stubbins (Jacobs), Cambridge, MA, US, Junior Designer
Created test fit plans and rendered views for marketing and schematic design purposes
Prepared and participated in presentations for client review
Drafted existing conditions, schematic design, & construction documents
Researched materials & designed appropriate detailing for specific construction issues
Researched & specified various finishes & products such as door hardware & flooring
Reviewed and returned various submittals throughout the construction process
Participated in various site visits both before and during the construction phases
Coordinated project efforts between architects, engineers, and consultants
Participated in and lead BIM education discussions
Prepared project boards and layouts for award competitions
Coordinated & prepared documentation across various disciplines for LEED submittal
GRA Architects, Clark, NJ, US, Draftsperson
Drafted existing conditions, schematic design & construction documents
Surveyed site conditions
Collaborated on design ideas and details
Researched code & zoning requirements for project design
Created documents for zoning approval
Created 3D models on Sketchup for schematic design purposes
Constructed physical 3D models for client review and approval
GRA Architects, Clark, NJ, US, Office Administrator
Composed proposals for prospective clients
Edited architectural drawings
Designed marketing materials such as tear sheets for the firm
Surveyed site conditions for future drafting
Prepared Power Point presentations for the principal architects
Oversaw inventory and re-ordered supplies when necessary
Contacted clients on behalf of the principal architects
Northeastern University, Boston, MA, US, MArch, Architecture
Anticipated date of completion is May 2014.
Master's thesis is focusing on the re-development of urban manufacturing districts as sustainable, mixed use communities.
Northeastern University, Boston, MA, US, Bachelors, Architecture
Bachelor of Science in architecture with minor in urban studies
Academic Initiative Abroad Center, Rome, IT, Architecture
This was a four months study abroad experience focused on both the historical and modern architecture of Italy. This experience included theory classes as well as a design studio.
Connecticut Architecture Foundation Scholar, Scholarship
Northeastern University - Amelia Peabody Scholar, Grant
The Northeastern Honors Program awards scholarship monies provided by the George Alden Trust and the Amelia Peabody Scholarship Fund to students who have financial need and complete the honors eligibility requirements.
Each year, over $200,000 is given to Honors students in the form of scholarships from these funds. These scholarships are awarded on the basis of a student’s GPA, demonstrated financial need and active participation in the Honors Program.
The Amelia Peabody Scholarship fund is available for students who have good academic standing, demonstrate financial need, and actively participate in the Honors Program. The George Alden Trust is available for students who have good academic standing, demonstrate financial need, actively participate in the Honors Program, and maintain permanent residency or exclusively reside in Worcester County, Massachusetts.