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James Milicevic

James Milicevic

Tallahassee, FL, US

 

About 

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Employment 

Barnett, Fronczak, Barlowe, & Shuler Architects, Tallahassee, FL, US, Project Manager; Architect

Feb 2019 - current
 

EMO/ARCHITECTS, INC., Tallahassee, Sr. Design Architect / Project Manager

Aug 2014 - Feb 2019
 

Niles Bolton Associates, Tallahassee, Intern Architect

Jan 2012 - Jun 2014
 

tvsdesign, Atlanta, GA, US, Intern Architect

Mar 2011 - Oct 2011
 

J. Glenn Gregory Architects, Valdosta, GA, US, Intern Architect

Jun 2006 - Aug 2008
 

Education 

Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), MArch, Architecture

Master of Architecture studies with a concentration in urban design.

Aug 2008 - May 2010
 

Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), Bachelors, Architecture

Pre-professional Bachelor's of Science degree, major in Architecture.

Aug 2002 - May 2006
 

Awards 

LEED Accredited Professional, Building Design + Construction (LEED AP, BD+C), Other

Successfully passed LEED Green Associate and Accredited Professional with Specialty examinations. Participated in the LEED certification process of two architectural projects as prerequisites for the AP exam (Retreat State College Clubhouse, Niles Bolton Associates [2012]; Retreat Orlando Clubhouse, Niles Bolton Associates [2013]).

2013
 

NCMA National Block Design Competition Winner, 1st Place

Working within a group of two, representing Georgia Tech. Chicago, IL.

2010
 

Henry Adams AIA Gold Medal, 1st Place

Awarded to the top graduating Master's student of Architecture for academic achievement and professional promise.

2010
 

Master's Project Award of Merit, Honorable Mention

Awarded to the top six most throught-provoking and visually-stimulating thesis projects (Georgia Tech).

2010
 

Critical MASS Scholarship, 1st Place

Scholarship enabling one graduate student--chosen by the faculty--to participate in the Southeastern Schools of Architecture Design Forum at UNC Charlotte.

2010
 

John William Sandeford Memorial Scholarship, 1st Place

Awarded to graduate or undergraduate students majoring in architecture at Georgia Tech.

2009
 

John Judson Roland Fellowship, 1st Place

Awarded to an undergraduate student in the Georgia Tech College of Architecture to continue studies in the graduate program. Based on general excellence in architecture, with an emphasis on design.

2009
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills