John Maupin

John Maupin

Pelham, MA, US



Allow me to introduce myself as an experienced, licensed Architect skilled in design
services and project management. Recently, I have successfully held a position as a Project
Architect with a focus on construction administration. Prior to becoming a licensed Architect in
Colorado, I worked for years in many aspects of construction and construction management,
which provided me with a strong, first-hand understanding of how to effectively turn designs
into buildings.

Currently, my goal is to begin working with a firm that can use my existing Architectural and
managerial skills, while allowing me to grow as a practicing Architect.

My Architectural philosophy revolves around the concept of boundaries. It is my belief that the
human psyche occupies a place that is defined by its emotional boundaries. The built
environment is the most prominent physical outgrowth of this basic human condition. As
Architects, we participate in the precept that responsibly defines the boundaries of that place.
This is my endeavor, to further a responsible dialog where our built environment intertwines
with our psyche, as it has for centuries.


Timothy Murphy Architects, Holyoke, MA, US, Project Architect

I am currently engaged in the following aspects of professional practice:
Architectural design, design team leadership, construction administration, specification review, construction documentation, architectural detailing, and client services. Proficient with DataCad 16 software.

Mar 2013 - current

Raytheon Polar Services, Centennial, CO, Project Architect (Subcontract)

Oversaw design work related to renovating and upgrading National
Science Foundation facilities on the continent of Antarctica. Projects
included stand-alone field facilities, McMurdo Station kitchen
upgrades, South Pole Station renovations and safety upgrades to
Palmer Station. Projects ranged in value from $500,000 to $5 million.
A unique experience managing constructability challenges, logistics
and design implementation remotely with no direct site access.
Concepts included space planning, energy efficiency, extreme
condition mitigation, code adherence and strategic concerns.
Experience included familiarization with government mandates,
National Science Foundation requirements, facilities management
and life-cycle planning. Proficient with Autocad 2010 software.

May 2009 - Mar 2012

M.J. Cassutt Architects, P.C., Greenwood Village, CO, Associate Architect (Full-Time)

Coordinated all planning, design and permitting activities for retail
buildings and small restaurants. Projects ranged in value from
$100,000 to $1.5 million. Oversaw and produced all associated
architectural planning, construction and specification documents.
Was responsible for all coordination with client, client's forces and
engineering consultants (geotechnical, civil, structural, mechanical,
electrical, plumbing, traffic, etc.). Was responsible for all city, state,
county, planning, health department and utility submittals and
approvals. Was responsible for all coordination with general
contractor and field personnel during construction phase. Computer
skills employed: Vectorworks, Archioffice, Adobe Creative Suite,
Microsoft Office and others.

Jan 2004 - Mar 2009


Southern Polytechnic State University, Marietta, GA, US, BArch, BARCH

Bachelor's of Architecture (3+2 program)

Aug 1997 - May 2002

Areas of Specialization 


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