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Jeffrey Glazer

Jeffrey Glazer

New York, NY, US

 

About 

Resourceful professional with expertise in interior architecture and design with over three years of experience developing interior spaces using an innovative approach to design and functionality. Skilled in corporate project management; effective at all phases of development from initial concept to completion. Capable of creating dynamic design independently or in collaboration with associates and clients that translate visually in built-out environments. Expertise in: AutoCAD, Adobe CS2/ 3,MS Office, Windows Vista, Mac OS X and fundamental knowledge of Sketch Up.

Employment 

Clark Architecture + Design, Washington, DC, US, Project Msnager

Manage multiple projects simultaneously with Principal of boutique design firm to
oversee all aspects of interior commercial projects scaling from 2,000 sf to 50,000 sf

Skilled in programming, scheduling, budgets, test fits, design development, code
analysis, site surveys/ as-built drawings, drafting of construction documents, FF&E
selections and construction administration

Interact directly with clients as well as building representation; select and supervise
MEP engineers and general contactors during design development, bidding and
build-out phases

Act as client representative at weekly construction meetings that focus on schedule,
budget, field conditions, and design intent

Aid in acquisition of new work by catering to the needs of existing contacts, ie.
tenant representative real estate brokers; growing relationships with new clients
and brokers

Jan 2008 - current
 

Cundall, Sydney, AU, Intern

Aided in drafting and simulation of solar heat gain for main atrium of Sydney’s new
international airport terminal

Tested atrium for environmental sustainability with respect to indoor environmental
quality and an aim at reducing HVAC load

Applied LEED principles to various development projects

May 2007 - Jul 2007
 

Education 

George Washington University, Washington, DC, US, Interior Design

Oct 2004 - May 2008
 


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