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James W. Fiore, Jr.

James W. Fiore, Jr.

Springfield, MA, US

 

About 

I am currently seeking an entry level position or internship in the field of architecture.  I recently earned my Master’s degree in Architecture from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.  It is my desire to intern for a firm in western Massachusetts or northern Connecticut in order to serve the community I live in and care about. 

Working with architects who strive to make a positive social impact is important to me as I move towards my career goals.  I have always been a creative person who enjoys seeing projects through to their completion.  I am someone who is able to see both the full picture and how details come together to make a whole.  Architecture is my chosen career because I view architecture as a team art and greatly enjoy working with other creative people.

Elsewhere:

Employment 

AC Homebuilding, LLC, Draftsperson

commission based residential drafting.
www.carnevalerealestate.com/services.html

Jul 2011 - current
 

Movable Feast, Intern

assisted Joseph Krupczynski in the design and coordination of a public art project.
www.movablefeastproject.org

Jan 2010 - Nov 2010
 

Springfield Parks and Facilities Departments, Intern

explored design options for public schools and parks in the city of Springfield, Massachusetts.
presented design concepts to city officials, contractors, and other involved parties.

May 2009 - Sep 2009
 

Education 

University of Massachusetts Amherst, MArch, Architecture + Design

Sep 2009 - May 2011
 

University of Massachusetts Amherst, Bachelors, Architecture + Design

Sep 2007 - May 2009
 
Sep 2005 - May 2007
 

Awards 

Pioneer Valley Smart Growth Design Ideas Competition - Hadley, Allard Parcel, 2nd Place

“Salvage Society”
UMass Amherst Student Team A
(Dorrie Anne Brooke, James Fiore, John Edward Hulsey)

The competition engaged design professionals to provide concept designs for the redevelopment of a mill building in Palmer, the historic town center in Southampton, and a commercial site in Hadley. Each site offered a unique opportunity for smart growth and sustainable development; together they represented the most common conditions found in towns across the region.

2010
 

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