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Ramon Klein

Ramon Klein

Los Angeles, CA, US

 

About 

Employment 

BOA Architects, San Pedro, CA, US, Sr. Project Manager

Duties included client coordination, project scheduling and budget management, production team management, consultant coordination, RFP coordination, and agency coordination- DSA and municipality.
Representative projects are Riverside Community Community College ADA Transition Plan Implementation, Los Angeles County Fire Station #71 in Malibu, and East Los Angeles Community College ADA Compliance Exterior Improvements

Apr 2010 - Nov 2011
 

AC Martin, Los Angeles, CA, US, Sr. Production Coordinator

Duties ncluded production team management, consultant coordination, production with specification
coordination, and agency coordination- DSA and municipality.
Representative projects are LAUSD Central Region High School #16, Old Armenia Town Building #1 in Fresno, CA and Scholle Center Office Buildings in Irvine, CA.

Sep 2006 - Oct 2008
 

CO Architects, Los Angeles, CA, US, Associate- Project Architect/Manager

Duties included client/CM coordination, production team management, consultant coordination, production with specification coordination, and agency coordination- OSHPD, DSA, municipality.
Projects encompassed Healthcare, Science and Technology, Education, and Civic typologies, i.e., UCLA-Santa Monica Orthopaedic Replacement Hospital, UW Bioengineering and Genome Sciences Building, El Segundo High School Modernization, and Mingei International Museum of World Folk Art, San Diego.

Aug 1990 - Aug 2006
 

OMA, Rotterdam, NL, Team Architect

Duties included production of design preliminaries, competition submittals and construction documents.
Projects included Nederland Sportsmuseum, Kunstall exhibition hall- Netherlands, Villa dall Ava residence- Paris, Zeebrugge Ferry Passenger Terminal competition- Belgium, Nexus World Housing- Fukuoka, Japan, and Tres Gran Bibilioteque Nationale de France competition- Paris.

Jan 1989 - Dec 1989
 

Education 

Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), Santa Monica, CA, US, MArch, Master of Architecture

Thesis: “(C)architecture of an urban highway”, Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA.
• Student coordinator, SCI-Arc “Japan Studio ‘86” (Sept –Dec 86).
• American Institute of Architects and the American Institute of Architects Foundation Scholarship Award for “…excellence in the scholarly pursuit of architecture”.

Sep 1985 - Jun 1988
 

Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, New York, NY, US, Post-Graduate Internship Program

New York City issues studio.

Sep 1983 - May 1984
 

University of Washington, Seattle, WA, US, Bachelor of Fine Arts- Ceramic Arts

Bachelor of Fine Arts- Graduate with Honors
Ceramic Arts major; Thesis: Tableaux series II and Tableaux series IV.

Sep 1975 - Jun 1981
 

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