Michael Sherfey

Michael Sherfey

Williamstown, NJ, US



I am a seasoned architectural designer who has worked in the Delaware Valley and New Mexico over the last fifteen years.  I've had the opportunity to work on many kinds of buildings using several types of materials.  Over time I have gone from Cad support to being responsible for the entire project as project manager.  I have a strong continuing desire to understand how to really intergrate ecological process into the built environment.  The LEED process is a start.  I have been working more in Revit and am beginning to enjoying its possibilities.  Autocad, Photoshop, and Sketch-up are all tools that I have worked with for a long while.

When I'm not working on architectural endevors, I enjoy studying Tai ji, playing panio, and chasing after my two pre-teen boys.   


David Crawford AIA, Cherry Hill, NJ, US, Architectural Designer

General development of projects from design to finished construction documents. Reviewing and coordination of consultant drawings. Acted as liaison between state agencies, local code officals, project mangers and the firm. Provided field surveys, energy analysis, and prepared specifications for several projects. Code review and renderings were also provided.

Feb 2008 - May 2010

Manders & Merighi Associates, Vineland, NJ, US, Architectural Designer

Facilitated the construction administration of the Petway Elementary School. Prepared Cad drawings for several projects and preformed energy analysis. Provided 3D rendered images for several projects. Led the development of a federal post office project.

Jul 2004 - Nov 2007

Lammey & Giorgio, Architects, Haddon Heights, NJ, US, Architectural Designer

Provided 3D rendered studies for schematic development. Prepared Cad documents for several projects including LEED research, material choices, and code reviews.

Jun 2002 - Jun 2004


The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, US, BArch, Architecture

General study of architecture from UNM's School of Architecture and Planning. The school is fully accredited. Also during this time I started studying AutoCad, Ver. 10. At this time I also pursued the concept of Ecological Architecture.

Sep 1990 - May 1994


New Mexico Solar Energy Industry Association, 1st Place

1st place award for Design of an Adobe photovoltaic home.


BPLW Design Followship Award, Honorable Mention

This award was given in recognition of design excellence.
Bill Waters, AIA, Chairman, BPLW
Project: Pueblo Center Project, New Mexico


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