Deborah Sandoval-Marte

Deborah Sandoval-Marte

Silver Spring, MD, US



Emerging Architecture Professional experienced in 2D and 3D interpretation, analysis and production of technical documents and visual resources used for multiple presentations. Experienced in the development of mixed-use, housing and sustainable architectural design, and with how the community integrates on the projects. Energetic, persistent, and dedicated leader at work, which can also as a team player, easily integrate into new environments and take initiative. Organized and Goal oriented individual.

Fluent in Spanish and English, with excellent written and verbal communication skills.


JDN Vending Machine Services Corp., Vega Baja, PR, US, Website Coordinator

• Coordinated the development of company’s website: (Fully launched on April 2015).
• Produced the content, images, graphics, format, organization and layout of each page that formed the website.
• Revised the design and content of each webpage.
• Translated all of the webpages of the site from English to Spanish and vice versa.

May 2014 - May 2015

Sun Blinds Inc. (Mall of San Juan), San Juan, PR, US, AIT, Draftsman

• Analyzed the Architectural Plans vs. the Corradi manufacturer’s instructions in order to generate a system for the installation in site of Retractable Canvases. The system consisted of 8 types of Retractable canvas that integrated into an existing metal structure, set in place on the outdoor food court of the Mall of San Juan.
• Coordinated and developed the Shop Drawings (using AutoCAD 2014) for the fabrication and installation of the “Pergotenda Iridium”, located in the West and East canopies of the “Mall of San Juan”.
• Inspected and elaborated the details in the Shop Drawings.

Sep 2014 - Dec 2014

JDN Vending Machine Services Corp., Vega Baja, PR, US, Designer and Draftsman

• Designed the new commercial premises for the company, integrated to the existing JDN warehouse. The design included a Showroom & Meeting area, Office, Storage & Repair room (1,000sf).
• Designed the interior architectural details for the new facilities. This included the integration of an intelligent LED lighting system and a complete woodwork that showcases up to 4 Vending Machines.
• Developed the Architectural Plans and 3D visualizations of the New Facilities, along with the client’s presentations, using AutoCAD 2014, SketchUp and Artlantis Studio.
• Coordinated & delivered a Cost Estimate of 15K approx. (Materials & Workforce), for const. of the New Facilities.
• Developed the first Fire Escape plan for the warehouse of JDN, in compliance to the Fire Dept. regulations.

May 2013 - May 2014

Encanto Restaurants Int’l., San Juan, PR, US, Draftsman, AIT

• Transferred over 100 Architectural As-Built drawings of restaurants onto AutoCAD 2014.
• Developed the Fire Escape Plans for existing & new restaurants, delivering them in amounts of 60 per dates.
• Mentored new candidates for the position of draftsman.
• Recommended the necessary changes in order to implement the Fire Escape Plan within the restaurants.
• Redesigned 10 Drive-Thru areas of restaurants in order to equip the food prep. machines for new promotions.
• Kept track of the Permit for Installation of Signs and Advertisements for each restaurant.

Jun 2013 - Mar 2014

JDN Vending Machine Services Corp., Vega Baja, PR, US, Administrative Assistant

• Organized and recorded all the revenues and invoices using Excel and manual filing.
• Analyzed the claims of clients in order to assist them with adequate solutions.
• Organized and categorized the documents for the company.
• Coordinated and processed the Payroll Cycle for up to 25 employees, using ADP System. Revised time sheets and monitored vacation and illness days of employees.
• Developed the first Catalog of all the products that JDN offers and sells, for marketing to new & existing clients.

Oct 2009 - May 2013


Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico (PUPR), San Juan, PR, US, BArch, Architecture

5 Year Degree, Bachelor of Architecture, NAAB Accredited.
Cum Laude

Capstone (Dwelling in Wellbeing: Social Housing from its Interconnector Environment)
[Individual project. Used: AutoCAD, SketchUP, Artlantis, VRay, CS6: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign]
The aim was to transform the public housing standards in PR, in order to provide a low income home that offered welfare to its residents and avoided the stigma of being a dangerous and therefore marginalized community. The Capstone project worked on design strategies that contributed to the health, safety, comfort, image, accessibility and climate control. It served as a magnet of urban activity that was filtered and echoed into the different corners of the complex. The various activities started with the integration of the community on the ground level and progressed on the privacy scale until reaching the domestic environment. (See Project 03).

Relevant courses include:
• Interior Architecture & Design • Construction Details (Adv. Design)
• Urbanism (Adv. Design) • Housing (Advanced Design)
• Construction Documents • Computer Aided Design II (BIM)
• Spatial Visualization • Cyberpublications
• Photoshop and Digital Imaging • Site Planning

Aug 2005 - Jan 2013

Vocational School Jose A. Montañez Genaro, Manati, PR, US, Architectural Drafting

3 Year Degree, Diploma of Architectural Drafting / Draftsman.
3.98/4.0 GPA

May 2002 - May 2005

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