Jeremiah Roebig

Jeremiah Roebig

Syracuse, NY, US



Experienced Associate and Designer with a proven track record in successful projects
centered on Architectural integrity and client satisfaction.  The ability to develop and
implement sound structures and designs has led to my career progression, along with my
ability to effectively lead a functional team to expand and execute successful projects.
Seeking to utilize my experience to take that next step in my career with a respected
organization that rewards hard work and a proven track record of success.


Peterson Guadagnolo Consulting Engineers Pc, Syracuse, NY, US, Plumbing/ Mechanical Engineer

Shaw Hall, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY (12000 sq. ft. Renovation)
Plumbing Documents, Diagrams, Schematics, and Construction Management

Reid Center, Colgate University, Hamilton, NY (900 sq. ft Addition)
Architectural Documents, Mechanical Drawings, and Submittals.

Nov 2011 - Aug 2012

University Hospitals/ SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY, US, Facility Design Intern

As-built Drawings and Collaborating Drawing Standards

May 2011 - Nov 2011

Schopfer Architects, Syracuse, NY, US, Team Architect

Clifton Springs Hospital. Syracuse, NY (6000 sq. ft. Renovation)
Schematic Design, Finish Selection, and Proposal Renderings.

Pulaski, NY (18000 sq. ft. Renovation)
Site Planning, Schematic Design, Construction Documents, and Addendum Drawings

Sep 2007 - Sep 2010

Woolley Morris Architects, Syracuse, NY, Intern Architect

Collections research and storage facility. Albany, NY (80,000 sq. ft. New Construction)
Presentation Renderings
Shea Hall renovation, Morrisville College (2000 sq. ft. Renovation)
Presentation Renderings, and Construction Documents

Feb 2006 - Jun 2007


Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, US, BArch, Architecture

International Study: Florence, Italy
Thesis: Urban Thresholds (Architones)

Sep 2000 - Dec 2005

Onondaga Community College, Syracuse, NY, US, Art/ Architecture

study: Art & Architectural Drawing

Sep 1999 - May 2000

Areas of Specialization 


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