Khubi Damania

Khubi Damania

San Francisco, CA, US

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4+ years’ experience in Healthcare and Residential tenant improvements projects, ranging from programming/concept design through construction administration. Interested in everything Healthcare, Technical, sustainable and computational design.



Perkins&Will, San Francisco, CA, US, Designer II

Nov 2021 - current

TLCD Architecture, Santa Rosa, CA, US, Healthcare Designer

Apply and integrate technical detailing and material technologies to develop design solutions into a concise set of construction documents to the scope of the project.
• Be responsible for project research and help to coordinate specifications and maintains quality assurance, quality control, and best practice standards for all phases of the design and project documentation process.
• Research building codes and regulations, collect data and write reports and presentations to incorporate research and data into architectural design to develop and produce solutions for moderately complex design problems.
• Incorporate code research and have adequate knowledge of OSHPD building applications, thus conduct agency coordination within the scope.
• Assisting with contract and CA responsibilities and coordinating with a variety of consultants by producing construction contract documents (plans, details, etc.) for planning, permits, budget, and environmental impacts.
• Site visits and issuance of field observation reports and preparing punch list and record drawings; and reviewing and preparing certificates of substantial competition, occupancy, and final completion.
• Provide non-BIM/CAD computer software support to project teams and be responsible for the coordination of structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection (MEP/FP), lighting, landscape, and civil consultants consistent with the scope of work.

Sep 2017 - Nov 2021

University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, CA, US, Class Assistant

ARCH575: Peter Simmonds;
Helping students with various topics involving thermal and environmentally responsive building energy systems and concepts.

ARCH526: Janek Dombrowa; Justin Brechtel
Learning about building systems and explaining various steps of construction documents with the help of Revit and Rhinoceros and assistance.

Jan 2016 - May 2016

Shakti Parmar and Associates, Mumbai, IN, Junior Architect

Junior Architect:
1. Worked on a high-end residential project in India.
2. Produced Detailed Working Drawings for the implementation on site.
3. Identify and gather appropriate resources and materials to complete the technical drawings required on site.
4. Developed strategies and handle details of a facade with the help of team members to complete the detail of the edges of the project.
5. Worked closely with Liasoning, Landscape Architects and Structural, Mechanical Engineers to produce coordinated drawings for further reference on site.

Architectural Internship:
1. Converted the conceptual level drawings from Project leader and generated diagrams for development in plan and sections.

Feb 2014 - May 2015


University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, CA, US, MArch, Master's in Architecture

Kohn Pederson & Fox Associates & Cliff Pearson (Spring 2017): Extension for Flatiron Building in KPF New York.
The thesis revolves around extending on top of the Flatiron building, making it the
tallest and the most porous building by improvising glass block and clear glass
facade, in the Flatiron District in New York.

Ma Yansong & Alvin Huang (Fall 2016): Super Tall Tower in Shenzhen and New York.
The projects are about conceptualizing a new typology for a supertall building in two different contexts of the world.

Lee Schneider (Fall 2016): Visual Storytelling and Entrepreneurship in Media
Adobe Premier Pro//Photoshop//iMovie
Architecture Storytelling of Midtown New York City to promote waking interactive
tours across the city through social media and crowd funders.

Biayna Bogosian (Summer 2016): Advanced Computation
Using Twitter, to develop strategies for urban space planning in Downtown, LA.

David Gerber (Spring 2016): Descriptive and Computational Architectural Geometry
Researching about covers various natures of the historical relationship between
mathematics, geometry, computation, and architecture.

Douglas Noble & Jeffrey C. Vaglio (Spring 2016): Advanced Surface Tectonics
Researching and evaluating performances of complex building envelopes like
laminated double curved wooden shells and structural glass cables.

Carl Anderson (Spring 2016): Seismic Design
Developing new seismic architectural techniques for improvement in California.

Aug 2015 - Jan 2017

Rachana Sansad's Academy of Architecture, Mumbai, IN, BArch, Bachelors in Architecture

Aug 2009 - May 2014

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