Daniel Barry

Daniel Barry



 I have acquired 3 years of professional experience in the field architecture and have completed my hours required by NCARB for my IDP.  Working for a small architectural firm has given me remarkable skills in a variety of areas such as design development, product research, construction documents, and project administration. I have the ability to express ideas through a wide range of media. My adaptable knowledge and upbeat demeanor makes me and asset when working with others and problem solving.  It is my knowledge and understanding of the many facets required for an architectural project that makes me an exceedingly valuable employee.


Harrell and Company Architects, Fairfax, VA, US, Project Manager

My Responsibilities:
+Site Verification and field notes of existing conditions
+Input As-Built Drawings
+Develop preliminary and schematic drawings
+Generate full construction documents
+Client Meetings
+Material and product research
+Meeting with contractors, designers, municipal employees, and engineering consultants
+Manage and monitor the progress and completion of ongoing projects

Nov 2016 - current

PDRdesigns Architecture, Lakewood, NJ, US, Junior Architect

My responsibilities:
+Assist in developing preliminary drawings
+Assist in generating construction documents
+Site surveys
+Photograph ongoing and completed work
+Code Research
+Meeting with contractors, designers, municipal employees, and clients

Sep 2013 - Oct 2016


New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Newark, NJ, US, BArch, Architecture

I was enrolled in the 5 year degree program, during that time I had 10 different studio classes that gave me experience with a wide variety of projects. The program at NJIT also puts an emphases on structural systems, connections, and construction of buildings.

Sep 2007 - Jan 2013


NJIT Masonry Competition, 1st Place

During the spring semester of the second year, the studios at NJIT take part in a masonry competition. The goal of the competition is to create a mock-up of the project assigned that semester.


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