Olman Oberti

Olman Oberti

New York, NY, US



SUMMARY: Qualified with over ten years of experience working professionally with clients to develop projects through planning, documentation, and construction administration. Main focus working on commercial, healthcare & science and technology buildings. Experienced in project management with a strong understanding of problem solving, and effective communication & personal skills. Mastered in multi-tasking with an eye for detail.  Proficient in AutoCad & Revit. Authorized to legally work in the United States.  

Register Architect in Venezuela. C.V.I 427.413
Currently pursuing the New York State architecture license.


Rodriguez and Quiroga Architects Chartered, Miami FL.
Project Architect: July 2012 to present.
Architecture Project:
“Miami Science Museum” +/- 250,000 sq/ft (Miami, FL).

Arkilinear World Group. (Design Build Experience)
Project Architect/Project Manager: July 2010 to July 2012.
Architecture Project: A variety of restaurants, commercial projects in the Philadelphia and South Florida area. Between 1.500 and 21.420 sq/ft average.
“The Discovery Channel” Miami offices fit-out.
“Fast Food Restaurants” Tenant fit-out, remodels, & out of the ground projects (South     Florida).
ABC IMAGING, Washington DC.
National / International BPOL (Blue Print Online) Consulter August 2010.

Francis Cauffman Architects, New York, NY/ Philadelphia PA.
Staff Architect / Project Architect: August 2006 to November 2009.
Architecture Project:
“Saint Joseph’s Regional Medical Center” Critical Care Building. +/- 92,306 sq/ft       Paterson, NJ.
“Atlantic Care” Cardiac Care renovation. +/- 5,000 sq/ft (Atlantic City, NJ).
“Morristown Memorial Hospital” Life Safety for “Jayco” review+/- 137,968 sq/ft  (Morristown, NJ).
“Lankenau Hospital” Life Safety drawings for the “Jayco” review +/- 370,650 sq/ft (Wynnewood, PA).
“Bronx-Lebanon Hospital” Emergency renovation expansion +/- 28,803 sq/ft
(Bronx,  NY).
“New York Blood Center” relocation. 6.500 sq/ft (Queens, NY).
“Bronx-Lebanon Hospital” Endoscopy Suite relocation. 2,215 sq/ft (Bronx, NY).
“Kaplan Prep Admission Center” fit out 8,392 sq/ft (Washington DC).

 Taus & Associates, Philadelphia PA.
Staff Architect: March 2002 to August 2006 .
Architecture Project: A variety of restaurants, commercial retails mercantile stores and multi residence architecture projects in the Philadelphia area. Between 1,500 and 12,000 sq/ft average.

Architecture Project:
“Dunkin Donuts Stores” Tenant fit-out, remodels, & out of the ground projects (PA, NJ,          DE, MD).
“Taco Bell Pizza Hut Express” Renovation project (Philadelphia area).
“Lay-z-boy Store” Tenant fit-out & out of the ground project (PA, NJ, NY).
“United Check Cashing” Tenant fit-out (PA, CT, NJ, NY, CO, FL).
“Auntie Anne’s” Tenant fit-out (PA).
“Subway” Tenant fit-out (NJ).

Corporacion Dinamica, CA. Caracas Venezuela.
Staff Architect / 1998 to October 2001.
Architecture Project.
“Meridianos Television”, Caracas, Venezuela.
“Sony Entertainment,
"E" Entertainment Television, Caracas, Venezuela
“The Warner Channel Latin America Studio”, Caracas, Venezuela.
“Mega Station - FM Radio Studio”, Caracas, Venezuela.
“Disco Center Music” change Stores, Caracas, Venezuela.

Professional Affiliations:
Toast Masters International.

Computer skills: 
Autodesk/Cad 2012- Revit 2011- Microsoft (Project, Word, Excel, Power Point).

Bachelor in Architecture, November 2000, UJMV .

Spanish, English.

Community Service:
Specialize in interpretation for social change, including globalization terminology in community events.

Immigration Status:
Green Card Holder.


R&Q Architects, Coral Gables, FL, US, Project Architect

Jul 2012 - current

Arkilinear World Group., Fort Lauderdale, FL, US, Project Architect

Jul 2010 - Jul 2012

Francis Cauffman Foley Hoffman Architects, New York, NY, US, Project Architect

Aug 2006 - Nov 2009

Albert Taus & Associates, Philadelphia, PA, US, Staff Architect

Mar 2002 - Aug 2006


Universidad Jose Maria Vargas, Caracas, Venezuela, BArch, Architecture

May 1995 - Nov 2000

Areas of Specialization 


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