Joshua Carrell

Joshua Carrell

Shelley, ID, US



I have worked on full design services for new and existing,  residential and commercial construction projects in Northern California; including large technology campuses, laboratories, commercial office tenant improvements and custom commercial interiors.

I believe in the use of sustainable design techniques that are informed by the environmental context of the project. I attempt to use a holistic approach to evaluating technologies and techniques to create places worth being in that work with their environment to delver long-term value and positive experience to users.



RMW architecture & interiors, San Francisco, CA, US, Senior Project Architect / BIM Manager

Responsible for Revit implementation and training in 3 regional offices. Construction of office templates and standards. Design and construction documentation of architectural and interior design projects, including commercial interiors, laboratory, and commercial campus projects.

Dec 2008 - current

AXIA Architects, Santa Rosa, CA, US, Intermediate Architect

Design, construction drawing/documentation, and construction administration of K-12, mixed use and commercial buildings.

May 2006 - Oct 2008

Hedgpeth Architects, Santa Rosa, CA, US, Junior Designer

Construction document production of multi-family, and single family residential buildings.

Dec 2004 - May 2006


University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, US, MArch, Architecture

Focused study on construction techniques for sustainable design and analysis. Thesis topic was modular construction for passive heating and cooling.

Sep 2002 - Jun 2004

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, MN, US, Bachelors, Architecture and Environmental Design

Broad coursework in urban design and sustainability.

Sep 1998 - May 2002


Who's Who in Green Industries, Award

Identified leaders in the various green industries in the San Francisco North Bay Area.


Graduate Research Fellow, Scholarship

I was awarded a fellowship to develop and manage a model construction shop for the architecture program from 2002-2004.


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