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Seth Terry

Seth Terry

Seattle, WA, US

 

About 

I am an architectural designer and project manager with nine years of experience. I've worked on a wide variety of projects ranging from high end custom residential estate work and multi-phased commercial work to small residential remodels and additions. I have an excellent working knowledge of the AutoCAD and Revit software environments as well as thorough knowledge of Photoshop, Pagemaker and the Microsoft Office suite of software.

Employment 

Anderson/Collier Architects, Architectural Designer

Utilized a wide variety of skills and experience to help bring numerous projects in Hawaii, California and Washington to successful conclusions, including several projects for top level film and corporate clients.

Mar 2008 - Jun 2010
 

Sturman Architects, Architectural Designer

Managed several remodel and new construction projects in Mercer Island, Kirkland and other areas of King County. Worked autonomously as a part of a small team to facilitate the execution of all project phases from schematics through construction administration.

May 2005 - Mar 2008
 

Architectural Werks, Inc., Architectural Staff

Took part in a high-volume design environment to design and permit a large number of retail, medical, veterinary and office projects in locations throughout the United States. Executed designs from senior architectural staff using AutoCAD. Reviewed shop drawings and other specification submittal items in accordance with MasterSpec format specifications.
Took part in the AIA Seattle Home of the Month selection committee.

Jun 2003 - Apr 2005
 

Jahncke Architects, Architectural Drafter

Produced architectural drawings and models for a variety of high profile projects in the New Orleans metropolitan area using AutoCAD. Prepared materials for and participated in design review meetings with the Garden District Review Committee and Historic Districts Landmarks Commission.

May 2002 - Mar 2003
 

Education 

Tulane University, MArch, Architecture

Aug 1997 - May 2002
 

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