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Tomas Negrete, RA, Int'l. Assoc. AIA, NCIDQ, CAM-SAM

Tomas Negrete, RA, Int'l. Assoc. AIA, NCIDQ, CAM-SAM

Dallas, TX, US

 

About 

I am a Professional Architect with a team-centered philosophy in Planning, Design and Construction. Experienced in all Phases of the production and construction of a project, from the Design Development through the delivery of the final product to the client. I participated in the production of the Prototype Design and Implementation of Multi-Site locations throughout the U.S., Mexico and Latin America.  I am a Multidisciplinary Team Leader on the Production of Construction Documents for all ranges of projects; Size and Cost. From a simple kiosk to multimillion-dollar projects; including Financial, Commercial, Residential, Multifamily, Mixed-Used and Special Projects like Theaters, Museums, Galleries, Art Schools and Libraries. I have excellent personal skills to present negotiate and mediate with and between Clients, Consultants and Contractors.

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Nove Studios, Dallas, TX, US, Senor Project Manager

Manage the production of commercial projects utilizing AutoCAD and Revit. Interface with clients and city officials.

Feb 2014 - current
 

OR-B/IDEURBAN, Mexico City, Project Director

Project Director & Interdisciplinary Coordinator
Leadership in management and support for interdisciplinary teams as Phase Developer. Coordination includes Interface with Domestic and International Consultants, Construction Administrative Companies and Contractors for the MITIKAH Development.
Mitikah is a 500,000 square meter (5.4 million square foot) mixed-use development and one of the largest real estate developments in Latin America.

Jan 2012 - Jan 2014
 

Proyecto Dar, Dallas, TX, US, Founder/Team Leader

I Provided consulting services to support small business for the Hispanic Community in the Dallas Forth Worth area. Consulting services included Architectural, Engineering, Business Development, Administration, Tax advice, Legal & Insurance. Services were provided in coordination with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in the DFW area and the South East Dallas Community College. Services were also given once a week through one of the Hispanic Radio Stations in the Metroplex.

Oct 2010 - Jan 2012
 

Callison, Seattle, WA, US, Principal/Senior Project Manager

I was part of the chief leadership and management of operations, production, design development of projects and programs. Maintain international relations with clients, builders and contractors. Oversaw the daily operations of the Mexico City office. Managed domestic and international projects from conceptualization, through planning, scheduling, execution, to final delivery to the client. Trained, mentored, and managed a team of architects, designers and space planners. Evaluated and surveyed sites and buildings for future expansion projects and takeovers. Clients included: HSBC Latin America, Wal-Mart, Palacio de Hierro and Liverpool.

Aug 2006 - Sep 2010
 

Integrated Builders, Dallas, TX, US, Job-Site Superintendent

Job-site Superintendent for the RED OAK DEPOT in Red Oak, TX
Managed the construction of the entire project including site utilities, paving, flatwork, foundations, tilt walls, structural steel, roofing, installations, finishes, furnishings, partial and final inspections and delivery to client. Managed In-house and subcontractor’s personnel throughout the duration of construction. Managed “time sensitive activities” such as city inspections, approvals, pre-mixed concrete deliveries, concrete lab tests and results, keeping all the control forms and logs. Coordinated the fabrication of structural steel and necessary reviews and approvals with Architects, Engineers and City Officials. Reviewed and approved subcontractors and vendors progress reports to process payments. Produced necessary documentation to process invoices to the client, negotiated the purchase, delivery and installation of equipment provided and installed by the owner; this task included electrical, plumbing, HSVC, fire protection, elevator, finishes, furnishings and accessories. Conducted value-engineering options regularly.

Aug 2005 - Aug 2006
 

Raymond Harris and Associates, Dallas, TX, US, Project Architect, Facilitator

Acted as leader and facilitator for the Walmart Expansions projects in the U.S.
Administered and led project coordination, resource allocation, and team development.
Consulted in pre and post-bid meetings, contract reviews, compliance, and specification recommendations.
Visited and evaluated, in coordination with the client, the acquisition of facilities for the expansion of existing stores.
Liaised and negotiated with owners and subcontractors to optimize client services.
Conducted construction observation in coordination with the Architectural and Construction Departments at Walmart.
Supervised and mentored personnel.
Obtained documentation approval from Building Officials and Community Leaders.

Aug 2000 - Aug 2005
 

Robert Young and Associates, Dallas, TX, US, Associate Project Manager

Architecture, Design, Store Planning, Construction Observation for Federated Department Stores, Bloomingdales & Macy’s multiple locations.

Aug 1997 - Aug 2000
 

Education 

Universidad Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM), Mexico City, MX, BArch, Architecture

I studied all areas of Architecture at the Autonomous University of Mexico in Mexico City (UNAM).

Aug 1975 - Aug 1982
 

Awards 

Winner of the “Architect of the Year” Award by Raymond Harris and Associates in Dallas, TX., Award

I was nominated and awarded the Recognition of Architect of the Year at the Raymond Harris and Associates Architectural Firm in Dallas, TX.

2004
 

Awarded Second Place in the State Competition for the logo of the Culture Institute of Tabasco., 2nd Place

The Culture Institute of Tabasco is located in Villahermosa, Tabasco and while I was working there, I entered the State Competition for the logo the Cultural Institute of Tabasco. I was awarded Second Place in that Competition.

1985
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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