Michael D. Frudakis

Michael D. Frudakis

Port Jefferson Station, NY, US



I graduated from New York Institute of Technology in spring of 2012, and am very interested  in pursuing a career in architectural design. Throughout my years architecture has been my number one and true passion. My goal ultimately, is to become a registered architect.  As I travel down life's avenues to fulfill my dream, I have experienced many aspects of the trade. I have grasped the concept of space, functionality, construction, and other initiatives. I have also learned to appreciate the visions of creators' trends of thought and have tried to separate the inadequate from the creative thought in action. I am the type of person who envisions and pursues his own ideas from the beginning to the end. My freelance experience has taught me how to apply my creative ability to capture highly appealing, exciting and interesting designs that engage and evoke emotion. 


SRF Architect P.C., Amityville, NY, US, Project Architect

-Responsible for all phases of architectural projects including the integration of components (mechanical,
electrical plumbing, and structural) through coordination of multiple disciplines, schematic design,
project management, construction administration, construction documents, and specification.
-Review and update plans for compliance with regulatory agencies.
-Design fire and security alarm systems for MTA/LIRR train stations.
-Analyze comprehensive and often inadequately construed information in order to make reliable and
systematic conclusions.

Jan 2014 - current


New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), Bachelors, Architectural Technology

NYIT concentrates studies in design and construction management. The program undertakes upper-level courses on the use of computers in areas such as the preparation of construction drawing, the planning of advanced structures, and the preparation of three-dimensional visual representations, as well as the use of computers in modern construction management.

Aug 2008 - May 2012

Areas of Specialization