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Tim Hazelbaker

Tim Hazelbaker

Phoenix, AZ, US

 

About 

Tim Mac Hazelbaker
21919 S 193 RD ST, PO BOX 1153, Queen Creek, AZ 85142
thazelbaker@gmail.com                      678-982-7420

Studio Director/Design Director, AIA, CSI, LEED AP, NCARB

“Innovator of the Year -- Airtel, experienced construction administration, with dependable technical skills.”

Award winning, registered design professional with experience in all disciplines of architectural services.  Highly energetic individual who is driven by excellence in delivery of innovative solutions to complex problems able to provide a leading role in projects with exacting needs.

Overview
Studio Director of 60 person Architectural and Interiors firm, NELSON India.  NELSON globally is ranked number 2.   Project design, construction administration and project management for complete project delivery through construction documents, with emphasis on detailing. As a project manager responsibility for a variety of projects including major tall office buildings, housing projects, laboratory and healthcare, food processing and manufacturing facilities, distribution centers, data centers and transportation facilities.

Design team of worlds most advanced Unified Network Operations Center (UNOC) and largest video wall.  Commercialization and development of International and Domestic Piers, Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, India.  Flexible space studies and office design, Johnson and Johnson, Mumbai, India.  Designed LEED Gold Certified distribution centers. Construction management on several data centers for a world leader in data control.  Managed the construction documents on site for two food processing plants.  Project architect for the world's largest beef processing plant and designer for the largest poultry processing plant in the Southeast. 


 

Elsewhere:

Employment 

NELSON India, Studio Director - Design Director

Studio Director/ Design Director for 60 person architecture and interiors firm. Represent NELSON as global expertise and senior director on site in India. Client presentations, program management, project design, preparation of Bills of Quantity, BOQ, project furnishing and finishes selections, project coordination meetings. Design team of $12M UNOC presentations directly to CEO of Airtel – number five provider of telecommunications globally. Created Design Guidelines to GMR for retail opportunities throughout Indira Gandhi International Airport and the METRO connections. Design of luxury show flat, Platina, as top of market in Gurgaon. Design Director for flexi-space studies and office space design Johnson and Johnson. Corporate headquarters building design for Ester Industries. Design studies for Hines, DLF, Amway.

Jan 2011 - current
 

Macgregor Associates Architects, Chief of Design Project Manager

Chief of Design and Project Manager – Designer of distribution centers, data centers and manufacturing plants. Senior architect facilitating timely and accurate coordination of interior design, construction administration, construction drawings, programming and research for results oriented progress. Review project documentation for best facilities management. Specification writing and review. Client interaction with Revit presentations including walkthroughs and interior renderings.

Mar 2007 - Jun 2010
 

RCMS GROUP, LLC, Senior Project Architect

Production on Demand (POD) – project architect with senior level experience and capabilities. Assigned for six months in Orange County CA for coordination and production of construction documents on two separate $60M food-processing facilities. Liaison with owner’s representative for coordination of project consultants. Assisted in responses from March Joint Powers Authority reviews. Redline specialist with experienced eye for detail. Research work to meet quality and deadlines of expected deliverables. Manage and lead production team of four architectural CADD specialists.

Aug 2006 - Mar 2007
 

Vaughn Coltrane Pharr and Associates, Project Architect

Project Architect – world’s largest beef processing complex, two separate $60M food processing plants, several hatcheries and renovations to processing plants. Process engineering, employee welfare, food safety and security were important priorities to deliver in the construction document’s details and budget concerns. Creation of regional offices required building and interior design to match a very competitive market clientele.

Sep 2003 - Mar 2006
 

Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, Senior Project Architect

Design and specify upgrades to capital programs. Construction administration, write scope of work statements; inspect and correct safety, security, and maintenance issues. Rail Service Facility $52 million maintenance and overhaul facility, Cash Handling Facility $25 million program for fare collection. Decatur and H. E. Holmes Stations Ceiling Replacements. Five Points Station Concrete Barricades — “Jacks” 2003 ACI First Place. MARTA Police Central Command and Operations Center and administration offices; Lindbergh police precinct; system wide security upgrades.

Aug 2001 - Sep 2003
 

Education 

University of Idaho, BArch, College of Art and Architecture

Sep 1966 - Jun 1975
 

Awards 

Innovator of the Year Airtel, Award

NELSON India preferred partner for Unified Network Operations Center, Chaiman's Floor, Auditorium, Leadership Area.

1996
 

Precast Division, American Concrete Institute, Georgia Chapter, 1st Place

"Jacks " Art installation in center of Atlanta, GA used as barricades to protect MARTA transit station.

1996
 

Publications and Features, Other

Cover feature Carolina Architecture & Design quarterly; Featured Hilton Head Monthly; Cover feature in first edition of This Old House magazine; Featured National Equestrian journal for US Olympic Equestrian Team facilities; Atlanta Journal Constitution Metro Section; Bright Ideas nationally televised education design program; Site architect in Cairo, Egypt; Grand champion and blue ribbons in art show

1996
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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