Daniel McCarthy

Daniel McCarthy

Concord, NH, US



Over 3 years of experience of Revit and AutoCad . Very good Revit knowledge and creative model maker. Have extensive Healthcare and Senior living experience as well as residential and commercial.

Computer: Revit 2010, Revit 2011, Revit MEP 2011, AutoCAD 2009/2010, Form-z, Sketch Up,
Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, QTO OnScreen Takeoff, Word Excel, 3DS MAX
Drawing: Drafting I and II, Planning and Design, 3D Perspectives, Design Sketching
Presentation: Model maker, Model Preparation, Preliminary Design


JSA Architecture & Planning, Portsmouth, NH, US, Intern Architect

-Intern Architect, CAD and Revit Design
-Help assist with basic design and documentation through schematic, Design
Development and Construction Documents with some supervision
-Provides technical elements of general manual and computer drafting support
-Assist in all aspects of the building design process including CADD drafting and in
accordance with JSA drafting standards
-Obtain a general understanding of overall project goals and schedule requirements via the
project work plan
-Interact and communicate effectively with other team members
-Communicate with consultants to coordinate their work as part of overall documentation
-Evaluate, review, and respond to change order requests, requests for information, and shop drawings
-Help organize and file project related documents as directed by the design team leader during CA phase

Mar 2011 - current

Harvey Construction, Manchester, NH, US, Estimator Intern

Responsible for cost estimations of design projects. Use of Revit to help better understand project parameters of commercial projects.

Aug 2009 - Dec 2009

Stewart Associate Architects, Laconia, NH, US, Freelance Revit Modeler

Assist in design development of a lakeshore house located in Laconia, NH.

Mar 2009 - May 2009

Audley Construction, Bow Center, NH, US, Laborer

May 2007 - Jul 2008


Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, MA, US, BArch, Architecture

Sep 2006 - Aug 2010

Areas of Specialization