Stanley L. Palmer
2916 W. 17th South
Idaho Falls, Idaho 83402
EXPERIENCE Registered architect with several years of experience in all areas of architectural practice. Acted as Lead architect on many projects, ranging in value from $100K to $50 million. Specialized knowledge in laboratory design, commercial roofing, radioactive material handling facilities, and metal building systems. Led design teams composed of all engineering disciplines including I&C, security, and laboratory consultants. 12 years of experience with ArchiCAD BIM software.
HISTORY Architect, Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls Idaho
Worked as Architect and then Lead Architect for various government contractors, including EG&G, Bechtel BWXT Idaho, and CH2M-WG, at the Idaho National Laboratory. Supervised teams of up to 30 employees in commercial and industrial design projects. Oversight of design budget and schedule and obtaining cost estimates.
SIGNIFICANT PROJECTS Year(s) Project Name Project Cost
2011 Irradiated Materials Laboratory $15,000,000
2010 Daylight Office Building $15,000,000
2008-09 Preliminary Architectural Design of large Process Facility $650,000,000
2007 Calibration Laboratory $15,000,000
2004 Mockup Test Facility $15,000,000
2003 ATR Office complex $15,000,000
2002 Radioactive Materials Lab $15,000,000
2001 Vitrification Facility Calcine Studies $800,000,000
2000 INTEC Entrance Facility $3,000,000
1999 Health Physics Laboratory final design $11,500,000
1998 Site Operations Center $10,800,000
1996 Health Physics Laboratory conceptual design $7,000,000
1994 INEL Medical Facility final design $4,000,000
1993-94 Transportation Complex final design $9,000,000
1992 Transuranic Retrieval Building $30,000,000
EDUCATION University of Idaho – Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture (5-year degree), cum laude
Registered Architect, Idaho, No. 1046 1978
Registered Architect, South Carolina, No. 5341 1996
National Energy Innovation Award from the U.S. Department of Energy for the design of a passive solar office building at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory
President, State of Idaho AIA, 2010
President, Eastern Idaho Section AIA, 2008
CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES
Several courses in Archicad BIM software for MAC
Revit (oneim Class)
Passive Solar Design
L Clearance, inactive
Q Clearance at one time
CH2MHill/Washington Group, IdAHO, Idaho Falls, ID, US, Chief Architect
Leading design teams on complex facilities, such as laboratories, medical facilities and transportation hubs.
University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho, BArch, Architecture
160 Credit 5 year bachelors degree in architecture. A thesis project was completed the final semester of enrollment.
United States Department of Energy, Award
National Energy Innovation Award from the U.S. Department of Energy for the design of a passive solar office building which utilized an underground fire water storage system for water to air heat pumps.