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Pratik Zaveri

Pratik Zaveri

Surat, IN

 

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About 

Pratik is an innovative and highly motivated Architectural and Environmental designer, passionate about sustainable development. He is acquainted with various stages of design and construction process from conceptual work to client interaction, CAD management, 3D design and modelling, construction documents and site supervision.  He has knowledge of various simulation/analysis tools providing sustainable green designs. Pratik has experience on a variety of project types ranging from residential, institutional, recreational, cultural, commercial, mixed use and urban design.

He has more than 4 years of professional experience in architectural and sustainable designs. He has worked with a non-profit company, Hunnarshala Foundation (Gujarat - India) for 3 years (2008-2011), which works towards Environmental Sustainability using local materials, technologies and artisan skills. These building practices helped him understand the importance and relevance of local materials and technologies and their integration with contemporary building technologies. For later 1 year (2012-2013), he worked with Onyx Construction/Design (NM-USA), which also focuses on using alternative materials for energy efficient passive designs. While working in US, he was also Teaching Assistant in Green Tech. Program at University of New Mexico, Taos. Presently, he is working with Building Modelling Consultants (Gujarat-India), since Feb 2014, which does Energy and daylight analysis and carbon emissions check for building aiming high sustainability targets.

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Building Modelling Consultant, Surat, IN, Energy Modeler

Working as a Energy Modeler carrying out modelling and simulation to predict Energy consumption and carbon emission to suffice the UK Part L regulations (regs 2010 & regs 2013) . Also performs Daylight analysis carrying out Illumination and Daylight Factor calculations.

Feb 2014 - current
 

Onyx Construction/Design, Taos, NM, US, Architect

Role as an architect includes:

- Designing and drafting of project from conceptual to final phase
- Drafting and detailing submittal drawings
- Organizing and attend client and agencies meetings
- Study and analyse various biding document
- Designing and developing earthen construction techniques such as Adobe, Compressed Stabilized
Earth Blocks and Rammed Earth that focus on affordable low cost housing.

Oct 2012 - Jun 2013
 

The University of New Mexico, Taos, NM, US, Teaching Assistant

Designing and developing earthen construction techniques such as Adobe, Compressed Stabilized Earth Blocks and Rammed Earth that focus on affordable low cost housing. Also developing course and weekend workshops for 3D Modeling, Green buildings and application of earthen construction techniques for Green Tech Program at University of New Mexico, Taos.

Oct 2012 - May 2013
 

Hunnarshala Foundation, Bhuj, Gujarat, India, Architect and Researcher

Hunnarshala Foundation is not-for-profit company that works to promote sustainable designs and construction techniques, creates opportunity for artisan to mainstream their skill by providing technology, design and market support, and works for rehabilitation after natural disasters. It also promotes decentralise waste management and waste water solutions.

Role as an architect and researcher includes,

- Designing of project from conceptual phase to final design evolution
- Organize and attend Client meetings and workshops
- Prepare documents and presentations
- Carry out research immediate and long term study
- Design supervision on site

Jun 2008 - Jun 2011
 

Group 7 Architects, Mumbai, Maharastra, India, Intern

Schematic designs, construction and submission drawings

Jul 2006 - Dec 2006
 

Education 

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, US, Masters, Master in Environmental Building Design

Sep 2011 - Jun 2012
 

Indubhai Parekh School of Architecture, Rajkot, IN, BArch, Undergraduate

Jun 2003 - Dec 2008
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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