Jeremy Côté

Jeremy Côté

Astoria, NY, US



In the most basic sense, architecture is derived from necessity; a thoroughly realized answer to a question.  Louis Sullivan is quoted as saying "Form follows function.". The challenge in today's architectural environment is fulfilling the programatic needs of the end user, balancing the aesthetic and maintaining the budget to achieve the overall vision.

Teamwork is the convergence of many roads of thought into one superhighway. Through teamwork, seemingly impossible ideas can become possible and boundaries can become nonexistent. For me, to be an essential part of the team's effort and be most proficient in all areas of my work while expanding my creative mind is the ultimate experience and the lure of architecture.



Studio Castellano, New York, NY, US, Project Manager / Project Architect

Oct 2011 - current

Loffredo Brooks Architects, New York, NY, US, Project Architect

• Meet with clients, define project scope and prepare client contracts.
• Develop, review and redline construction documents for review, bid and filing.
• Coordinate and facilitate architectural team efforts in preparing construction documents for review, bid and filing.
• Coordinate engineering and architectural construction documents at all phases.
• Considerable knowledge of both 1968 and 2008 building code.
• Extensive experience in all facets of Department of Buildings forms and filing.
• Construction administration of projects ranging from 1,500 square feet through 200,000 square feet.
• Managed and maintained project budget and schedule during construction document phases and construction administration
• Proactive approach at weekly client and contractor project meetings.
• Review, mark-up and return contractor project submittals.
• Generate punch-lists and job close out packages.
• Prepare presentations for client review and approval.
• Prepare computer-generated renderings for presentations.

Mar 2004 - Aug 2011

Essex Works Ltd., Brooklyn, NY, US, Sculptor

• Sculpted custom stones for new construction as well as replacements for landmark buildings.
• Produced shop drawings for new construction and façade restoration.
• Coordinated with structural engineers to develop and implement structural specifications for custom

Mar 2002 - Mar 2004

Cliff Young Ltd., New York, NY, US, Designer

• Designed furniture and interiors for high-end residential and commercial applications.
• Interacted with designers and clients to develop and meet project specifications.
• Produced hand rendered and computer-generated renderings for presentations.

Sep 2001 - Jan 2002

Repko Designs, Willington, CT, US, Draftsperson

• Assisted lead designer with project material and furniture specifications.
• Drafted interior construction plans for residential and commercial applications
• Produced hand renderings for presentations.

May 1999 - Sep 2001


New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), BArch, Bachelor of Architecture

GPA: Major: 3.85/4.0
Cumulative: 3.7/4.0

Jan 2001 - May 2007

Three Rivers College, Associate of Science in Architectural Technology

Jan 1997 - Dec 2000


Thesis Recognition Award, Award

Award received at New York Institute of Technology


Gold Certificate Architectural Achievement, Award

Award received at New York Institute of Technology


Spector Group City Planning competition, 1st Place

Award received at New York Institute of Technology


Areas of Specialization 


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