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Christopher Stoll

Christopher Stoll

Bethesda, MS, US

 
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About 

Experienced, yet keen to learn, Architect for 15+ years with projects in both US and UK. Interested in all aspects of profession, from education to stakeholder/project management to design & construction and occupancy. I have been fortunate to work on many projects from Design Development through to Construction/Occupancy as Project Architect/Manager. The continuous challenges, and in the end (re)solutions, are what keeps me excited and engaged in projects and project teams.

Employment 

C65 Architecture Ltd, London, GB/Bethesda, USA, Director/Architect

Director & Architect, Business/Admin/Contracts, Consultant coordinator, Construction Administration/Management, Design development, Bidding & Construction Documentation and Site Design/levels/setting out

May 2016 - current
 

The Larson Group, Colorado Springs, CO, US, Project Architect

Project Architect, Designer,Consultant Management, Construction Documentation, Facilities Management, Interior Design & Stakeholder Management

Mar 2001 - Mar 2003
 

Awards 

Planning & Place making Award, Award

Urban and building design award for Netley Campus

2016
 

Camden Design Award, Honorable Mention

Local authority design award for Netley Campus, Camden, London

2015
 

Education Estates Award, Award

UK Education Estates (New Schools) award for Netley Campus

2015
 

Civic Trust Award, Award

City of London Civic Trust Award for Tidemill School & Deptford Library

2013
 

European Copper in Architecture Award, Award

Manufacturers Award for Tidemill School & Deptford Library

2013
 

New London Award, 1st Place

City of London Award for Tidemill School & Deptford Library

2012
 

Surface Design Award, Award

Industry Award for Tidemill School & Deptford library

2012
 

World Architecture News Award, 1st Place

Design Award for Tidemill School & Deptford Library

2011
 

Building Design Brownfield Regeneration Award, 1st Place

Building Design Magazine Award for Ironworks -CW1

2005
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills