Teresa Wong

Teresa Wong

New York, NY, US





Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners LLP, Project Architect

•Assigned to the World Trade Center projects. •Interprets design concepts by partnering with Senior Designer and translates them into workable construction systems; evaluates alternatives to develop solutions; maintains quality technical and design control. •Coordinates and communicates regularly with managers, consultants and team members regarding project status; ensures work meet clients' requirements, is timely and completed within budget. •Maintains records to document phases of client/architect/contractor relationship and activities..

Oct 2010 - current

Adamson and AAI, New York, NY, US, Senior Job Captain

For the World Trade Center Towers 2, 3 and 4 projects, provided schematics, core design, exterior layouts, architectural details, shop drawings, and other documents. Observed construction on site, coordinated contractors, consultants and multiple stakeholders, and ensured deadline adherence. •Acted as Senior Job Captain at Tower 4 team during construction documentation phase. •Served as project architect representing Adamson Associates at site office in New York. Reviewed shop drawings, revised documents, created detailed sketches for RFIs, prepared ASI Packages. ‘ •Maintained the legality of the contract documents and protect the design intent of the tower 2, 3 & 4. This involved researching and solving questions as they arose and following the solutions through regulatory approval and official distribution. Remained aware of all changes to the documents in all disciplines in order to maintain coordination of those changes.

Sep 2007 - Mar 2010

Perkins Eastman, New York, NY, US, Senior Architect

Served on architectural teams developing luxury mid-rise and high-rise residential buildings. Developed construction documents, designed floor plans, elevations, sections, and architectural details. Other duties included RFI development and assisted the Project Manager. •Projects included 160,000 s.f., 34-story luxury residential building with 152 condominium units, and 23-story, 290,000 s.f. mixed-use residential building redesigned into a NYU dorm during construction

Nov 2004 - Sep 2007

GRAD Associates, Newark, NJ, US, Architect

Involved in design of residential, commercial, and municipal new construction and renovation projects. Provided color presentations, floor plans, drawings, elevations, sections, and architectural details. Assisted in the bidding process to win new business. Developed CAD library. •Projects included: Harborside Plaza 34-story, 980,000 s.f. mixed used structure, Mountain View Corporation Center, 6 buildings totaling 821,000 s.f., Princeton Junction Metro mid-rise, Christopher Columbus Towers, Prudential Bank Street pedestrian bridge, and Grove Street Path station entrance

May 1998 - Nov 2004


Sep 1990 - Jan 1996

Areas of Specialization