Christine Berry

Christine Berry

Montclair, NJ, US



I am an award winning M.Arch graduate with 4+ years experience working in architectural firms. I am an ambitious architect with a self motivated work ethic and excellent time-management and organizational skills. I enjoy being productive and look forward to taking on larger responsibilities and working hard to fulfill my aspirations of becoming a great designer and sustainable architect.

Sustainable design and development is an issue I am passionate about and intend to pursue in my career.  My passion and drive is to develop a healthy and sustainable environment and to reduce the negative impacts of construction through the creation of beautiful sustainable design and urban development.  In my efforts thus far to further that goal I’ve completed a Certificate in Sustainable Design along with the LEED AP.  I’ve also worked on two LEED certified projects, including being a Project Administrator for a LEED Interiors project. 

I have worked in architectural firms for more than four years and have experience in all phases of design, code and zoning reviews, construction documents and construction administration. My projects have been located in PA, NJ & NY and are across a range of clientele such as health care facilities, medical offices, commercial buildings, corporate offices and mid-rise residential. I have extensive knowledge of Revit and expertise in utilizing it in design, construction documents and project completion. Most recently, I have complete 4 of the 7 ARE licensing exams.  


Posen Architects LLC, Project Designer, Project Manager

Architectural design firm specializing in corporate, commercial, medical and healthcare facility design and construction. Design and construction of new and renovated medical, cancer treatment and imaging centers. Stacking & blocking and interior design for corporate offices. Assisted in establishing Revit standards and templates and Revit Trainer.

Aug 2013 - current

New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Teacher Assistant- Material Dynamic Lab

Research Assistant for Martina Decker, a NYC architect pursuing design applications for smart materials and nanotechnology that can offer innovative solutions to a variety of problems.

I assisted in energy usage data and research, as well as creating diagrams for how each nano technology and smart material functions.

Sep 2012 - May 2013

Kaese and Lynch Architecture & Engineering, New York, NY, US, Intern Architect

K&L is a Historic preservation firm in NYC specializing in exterior envelopes and masonry construction type.They are experts in structural and forensical analysis of existing and historical buildings. I participated in Conditions Servay, Material Research, Structural Analysis and Design Solutions. Projects include:

Trinity Lutheran Chruch, NYC
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue, NYC
Flushing Free Synagogue, Flushing NY
Veatch Mansion, Manhasset NY
UU Shelter Rock Congregation, Manhasset NY
Buckley School, NYC

May 2012 - Aug 2012

Cerminara Architects, Hillsborough NJ, Intermediate Architect

Project Administrator for a LEED Interiors and team member on LEED Certified New Construction Project. Expertise in facilitating all phases of design, code and zoning reviews, and construction documents.

Commercial buildings:
Car Dealerships:
Mid-rise residential:

Jun 2008 - Aug 2011


New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Newark, NJ, US, MArch, M.Arch

Sep 2011 - May 2013

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI, US, Bachelors, Architecture

Sep 2004 - May 2008


AIA School Medal and Certificate of Merit, 1st Place

For excellence in the study of Architecture, who have achieved the highest academic records.


Stephen Braynock Memborial Scholarship-, 1st Place

Awarded to a third year graduate student who has attended NJIT continuously for the two prior years, demonstrates academic excellence, creativity and leadership, and exemplifies a positive role model.


Excellence in Design Second Year-, 1st Place

Awarded for design excellence to the student with the best studio project.


Littman Family Endowed Scholarship, Scholarship

The two women receiving the fellowship are first or second year graduate students returning to school to establish a second career as an architect. It is awarded for a continuous couple of years after the completion of the first semester. They must be outstanding overall students with GPA's of 3.25 or higher


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