The Dermot Company, Inc, New York, New York , Owner’s Representative
• Owner’s Representative for the Riverside project through the management of the relationship between NYC School Construction Authority, The Dermot Company (Owner) and Tishman.
• Managed contractual costs, drawings and production, along with design coordination between Dattner Architects and SLCE Architects for final construction by Tishman Construction.
The Dermot Company, Inc, New York, New York , Assoc. Project Manager
• I helped develop and program a cloud based online Digital Exchange Server (DES) system for paperless, portable, transparent storage, maintenance and tracking of essential project files and documents.
• Document Management: Submittals, RFIs, Sketches, Contract Documents, Bonds, Insurance, Reports.
Ashnu International Inc, New York, New York , Assoc. Project Manager
• POST-SANDY DECONSTRUCTION: I assisted the deconstruction and cleanup of Hurricane Sandy destructed boardwalk in Far Rockaway, NY as well as over a dozen destroyed homes in Breezy Point, NY directly in conjunction with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, NYC PARKS, and the NYCEDC.
Kimmerle Nemwan Architects, PA, Morristown, NJ, US, Junior Project Manager
• Produced and maintained CD sets for major high-end commercial interiors and building
developments including Aeropostal NYC & LA, Crum & Forster, and Chilton Hospital.
• Responsible for construction documents, design drawings, & project management.
• Designed and organized project production and presentation boards.
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Newark, NJ, US, Masters, Infrastructure Planning
Through my work with the Center for Resilient Design, and research based on state and local leaders, varying demographics and typologies, state and federal funding, current conditions and future projections, I developed prototypical designs for housing, mixed-use development, and public buildings at a range of scales and locations along the Post-Sandy shorelines.
My regional resiliency research and integrated adaptive designs assisted The Interboro Team’s “Living with the Bay” submission for HUD’s Rebuild by Design competition that was awarded $125 million dollars, making it one of six interdisciplinary winners worldwide.
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Newark, NJ, US, BArch, Architecture
Center for Resilient Design (Designer and Volunteer)
NOMAS (National Organization of Minority Architecture Students)