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Dimitri Gudgenov

Dimitri Gudgenov

Montreal, QC, CA

 

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Employment 

NFOE, Architects and Associates, Montreal, QC, CA, Architectural Technician

Firm specializing in scientific, research, educational, industrial projects. My contribution is mainly as Revit technician in large designs for institutional clients, often working in consortium, public-private partnership, and sub-contracting in construction administration roles.

Mar 2011 - current
 

The Freelon Group, Architects, Durham, NC, US, Architectural Designer

Medium to large design award-winning firm producing educational research facilities, museums, schools and hospitals. Main assignment during stay was the schematic and design development of a large psychiatric hospital. Working in a cooperative environment while learning project management structures and BIM software, namely Revit, were key elements of experience in this position. Was involved in the firm-wide transition from traditional CAD to BIM, creating families and standards.

Oct 2007 - Apr 2009
 

Rotman Architecture, PA, Raleigh, NC, US, Intern Architect

Intern in sole proprietorship firm doing a variety of projects including, institutional and scientific renovations, commercial developments, fit-ups, residential additions, and small worship spaces. Responsibilities and duties were in every aspect of operating an architecture practice, from answering phones, filing and administrative, rendering, drafting, construction drawings, site visits, and assembling marketing materials.

Feb 2004 - Oct 2007
 

Education 

North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, US, BArch, Bachelor of Architecture

Fifth-year professional degree to complete 4 year B. Env. Design in Arch. degree. In-depth studios that examined projects in greater detail, final semester was a self-directed project.

Aug 2003 - May 2004
 

North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, US, Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture

Four-year architectural design degree with intensive studio structure and general coursework designed to prepare the student for a professional degree.

Aug 1998 - May 2002
 

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