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Paul Hustedt-Krasnove, AIA

Paul Hustedt-Krasnove, AIA

Portland, OR, US

 

About 

Project Architect with background in historic preservation and high-end residential work, presentation experience, and strong city agency / code analysis skills seeks to expand design career experience. Work experience with all phases of projects from concept to completion. Strong interest in involvement with LEED projects. Licensed in New York state, Oregon license pending.

Employment 

Brian E. Boyle, AIA, New York, NY, US, Freelance Contractor

Project architect for several medium-sized high-end projects in Manhattan, working in association with an interior design office, with focuses on fine detailing and code analysis.

Participated in all phases of building design and construction from conceptualization to execution, with a focus on high-end detailing. Performed project and code analyses, contributed to design development, proposed programs of historic restoration where relevant, coordinated with expediters or submitted projects to relevant city agencies for filing and approval, produced working drawings and coordinated with consultants, performed construction administration including addressing RFIs, evaluating change orders, and reviewing shop drawings, participated in construction supervision.

Consulted on applications to NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission, NYC Buildings Department, NYC Department of Transportation. Advised on implementation of new 2010 NYC Energy Construction Code

Jul 2011 - current
 

Brian E. Boyle, AIA, New York, NY, US, Project Architect

May 2009 - Jul 2011
 

Brian E. Boyle, AIA, New York, NY, US, Freelance Contractor/Consultant

Jul 2008 - Mar 2009
 

Hue Renderings, Brooklyn, NY, US, Freelance Consultant

Hue Renderings is a single-person venture that focuses on architectural visualization services but also performs other general graphic services.

May 2004 - Jul 2008
 

Joseph Pell Lombardi and Associates, New York, NY, US, Intermediate Architect, CAD Manager, IT Manager

Contributed to commercial/residential mixed-use conversions of historic industrial/manufacturing buildings in New York City, often involving application and review at the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission.

Participated in all phases of building design and construction from conceptualization to execution. Contributed to initial schematic design, documented existing building conditions, performed project analysis, contributed to design development, proposed programs of historic restoration, submitted projects to relevant city agencies for filing and approval, produced bid sets and work specifications and addressed RFIs, produced working drawings and coordinated with consultants, evaluated and documented finished construction for conformity with LPC approvals, executed amendments to such approvals where necessary.

Assumed management of and overhauled office computer network in 2003. Established and assumed management of CAD and drafting standards in 2004.

May 1998 - May 2008
 

Education 

Syracuse University, BArch, Architecture

Oct 1993 - May 1998
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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