Sean Douty

Sean Douty

New York, NY, US



LEED Accredited Professional with 5 years of experience.  Earned Master of Architecture degree with a Certificate in Urban Design.  Outstanding Job Captain capable of coordinating architectural efforts with engineering consultants and effective through all phases of project development.  Professional specialization in educational facilities.  Academic specialization in urban design and planning.  Fast learning individual proficient in AutoCAD Architecture, Revit, SketchUp, Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator.


Crabtree, Rohrbaugh and Associates Architects, Job Captain

Contributed design solutions for new elementary, middle and high schools and for additions and renovations to existing elementary, middle, high and career/technical schools. Coordinated project team for document completion. Produced documents for construction. Constructed digital models and renderings of designs for presentation use.

Sep 2006 - Aug 2010

Daniels and Associates Architects, Intern Architect

Produced documents for construction. Developed interior and exterior designs for new houses, apartments, and townhouses. Contributed designs for renovations and additions to existing houses and apartments.

May 2005 - Sep 2006


University of Maryland, MArch, Architecture

Graduated with a Master of Architecture degree and a Certificate in Urban Design. Cumulative GPA of 3.73 on a 4.0 scale.

Sep 2009 - May 2011

University of Maryland, Bachelors, Architecture

Graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in architecture. Earned Dean’s List recognition.

Aug 2002 - May 2006


Finalist; ULI/Gerald D. Hines Urban Design Competition, 2nd Place

Finalist from a field of 154 teams in 2011 ULI/Gerald D. Hines Urban Design Competition. Participated on team of 5 students from University of Maryland. Project focused on leveraging the assets of Seattle’s Mt. Baker neighborhood while developing a mixed-use and multi-cultural urban hub.


Finalist; Best of College Photography, Award

Finalist in Photographer’s Forum 2011 Collegiate Photography Competition for excellence in photography. Published in 2011 edition of Best of Collegiate Photography.


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