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Robert Moore

Robert Moore

New York, NY, US

 

About 

Hello my name is Robert Moore, I graduated in 2014 student from Morgan State University receiving my masters degree in architecture. I am looking for any opportunities to expand my experience and knowledge. I am very flexible with a passion, determination, and always looking forward to learn and gain experience, hardworking, self motivated, responsible, a team player, punctual, and many other qualities I would bring to your company. Also I have excellent computer skills such as the Microsoft suites, adobe suites (Photoshop, Indesign, and Illustrator), CAD and Revit softwares. I am willing to relocate in order  to learn from individuals in your company and get a great exposure to the field.

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Employment 

Howard L. Zimmerman Architects, P.C., New York, NY, US, Project Associate

-Provide support on various project types in all projects phases; facade restoration, exterior rehabilitation, historic preservation, and forensic investigation.

-Manage individual work load and time against project deadlines to effectively perform work duties in a fast-paced environment.

-Conduct research and problem solve to execute assigned tasks.

-Maintain proficiency in AutoCad.

-Attend meetings with clients, contractors, and consultants.

-Prepare project documents such as, meeting minutes, field reports, construction drawings in AutoCAD, project specifications, create new and modify existing drawings in AutoCAD.

-Perform building inspections, take field measurements and convert to electronic drawings, observe quality of contractor's work with guidance.

-Assist on multiple projects in all project phases, including; investigation, budget estimating, contract document preparation, bidding and negotiation, municipal filing, and construction administration.

Jul 2014 - current
 

Redevelopment Authority of Prince George's County, Largo, MD, US, Graduate Intern

Assisting the Executive Director of the Redevelopment Authority of Prince George’s County in acquiring vacant and underutilized commercial and residential properties for development in targeted areas.

Mar 2014 - May 2014
 

University of Maryland Baltimore, Baltimore, MD, US, Student Intern

Responsible for organizing and condensing drawings to PDF files. Scan Operation & Maintenance Manuals and Specifications, creating and updating campus AEC Database.

Conduct field surveys checking amenities to ensure campus plans are up to date, in compliance, meeting the requirements. Organize building surveys to check door frames and hardware that the American Disability Act requirements also complete a Space Inventory for update the logs in the CAD files.

Visit construction sites on a monthly basis to learn the process of how to manage and construct a building. Assist in an inspection, conducting pipe testing making sure the psi pressure increases or maintain the same psi over a four hour time period, as well as a HVAC inspection making sure the air vents has minimum air leakage.

Participate in wall inspections ensuring the building meets code, in electrical, mechanical, and plumbing.

Attend progress meetings for numerous projects, getting an overall summary on progression of the construction, making sure we are on schedule, and discussing future plans on for the project.

Assist in the schematic phase in designing a new open floor office layout for the AEC Department. Calculating the overall square footage of the space, usable space, circulation space, shared common space, and non AEC space. As well design the new archive space for the AEC department.

Assist in the design for the exercise walking path for University of Maryland Baltimore Campus arranging from .75 miles to 1.5 miles. Design & placed location for maps, signs, and color coded tape for three walking paths. Design locations for Cooling Units for University of Maryland Baltimore Campus Computer Room in the Library.

Conduct office surveys and redesign spaces change to an open office concept suitable for more employees in the work area. Design a shelving unit for the 6th floor renovation in the School of Pharmacy at Pharmacy Hall.

Mar 2012 - Aug 2013
 

Education 

Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD, US, Masters, Architecture

Develops skills and techniques in the design and of basic elements of various wood and steel structures. Resolves structural problems of cost, durability space, legal restrictions, time and aesthetics. Develops a design program based on research and study of trends in contemporary design.

Aug 2011 - May 2014
 

Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD, US, Bachelors, Architecture

Studied and explored roles, relationships, and legal responsibilities of an architect interacting with consultants, owners, and contractors. Studied fundamentals of professional practice and ethics as well as various management tools. Applied organizational concepts, methods and the use of BIM to advance sustainable design through the analysis of materials and building performance.

Aug 2007 - May 2011
 

Skills