Courtney Carabello

Courtney Carabello

Hoboken, NJ, US



An architectural designer with 4 1/2 years of experience. I work primarily on transit system designs, including new station designs, station planning, renovations, security upgrades, and client project management reviews and scoping reports. My experience with various projects have included conceptual through construction administration, specializing in technical work. I have taken part in company training for project delivery, contracting, and work-planning. I am currently in the process of obtaining my architecture license with 98% of IPD completed and two exams passed.


HNTB, New York, NY, US, Architecture Staff

I work in the New York City architectural office, collaborating with others in the architectural staff and engineering offices on projects focused on the transit sector. Working in all stages of design, including presentation graphics, reports, schematic design, design development, material research, detailing, reviews, and construction documents. I take part in regular engineering coordination meetings, client meetings and presentations, and the quality assurance progress.

Relevant Projects: Florida High Speed Rail - Phase 1, MTA Security On-Call, NJTA Scoping Services, CTA Wilson Station Design (BIM Project), South Station Expansion for High Speed Rail, NYCT Sandy Recovery and Resiliency, NJTA PM Reviews

Sep 2010 - current

Corgan, Beijing, CN, Intern Architect

I worked in the Beijing office, collaborating as an intern architect over several projects, including high rise tower design, park plan, data center, and residential development. I dealt primarily with master plan projects and architecture schematic design phase. Developed graphics and presentations, in addition to design work.

Aug 2009 - Jan 2010


The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, US, BArch, Architecture

Dual Bachelor's in Architecture and Art History.

Founding President of Women in Design, Fall 2007-Spring 2009
An multi-disciplinary organization, which promote women in design fields through guest speakers, firm visits, construction site visit, design charretes, and a portfolio workshop. As president ran and organized meetings and events.Also acted as curator for Spatial Perceptions, a student design exhibition, during Kansas City's First Fridays.

Study Abroad Experience Summer 2008:
Reading the City: Architecture in Italy
A study of urban culture in Italian Cities including, Siena, Rome, Venice, and Florence, with the focus on understanding the history of urban development in Italy. Experience was gained via exploration, sketching, and reading critical essays.

Dean's List:
Member of Dean's List for College of Liberal Arts and Science for five semesters of study.

Aug 2004 - May 2010

Areas of Specialization