Patrick Corrigan

Patrick Corrigan

Philadelphia, PA, US



Highly motivated, growth-focused leader with a background in architecture, construction management and studies in real estate development.  


Ewing Cole, Philadelphia, PA, US, Intern Architect

Projects: Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Cooper University Hospital and United Therapeutics Biotechnology Offices
Developed design concepts with team members, studied current market trends and produced concept inspiration boards.
Created digital models and renderings with design teams and presented schemes to clients.
Served as Revit/BIM captain for design development and construction document packages for Cooper University Hospital.
Coordinated with contractors and manufacturers, primarily to ensure the successful installation of complex ceiling and millwork designs.

Sep 2012 - Mar 2014

Steven Leach Group, Bangkok, TH, Architectural Internship

Produced construction documents for a 55 story office tower in Bangkok and a private villa in Phuket, Thailand.
Developed pre-fabrication design schemes for townhouses outside Bangkok, working with designers and the business development team.

Jun 2011 - Aug 2011

Plan Techos, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Volunteer Draftsman

Worked with architects and a small volunteer group on residential additions outside of Buenos Aires, produced construction documents and built models

Jan 2009 - May 2009

General Growth Properties, Natick, MA, US, Construction Management Intern

Punch-list team member to ensure timely substantial completion of 215 condominium units, part of the Natick Collection mixed-use expansion project.
Kept a running schedule of construction progress for all units and common areas.

Jun 2008 - Oct 2008

Paul Lukez Architecture, Somerville, MA, US, Architectural Internship

Projects: Flip-A-Strip competition to revitalize strip malls in Arizona, Master plan proposal for Zhoushan, China
Conducted research, design studies and site analysis; produced drawings and diagrams for proposals and design competitions.
The job was part time, for 1 course credit at Tufts University, and involved 15-20 hours a week.

Jan 2008 - May 2008

Tufts University, Medford, MA, US, Teaching Assistant for Intermediate-Advanced Architectural Design

Guided students in their projects, provided examples of related buildings to students’ work to help develop their ideas.
Organized the site model construction and kept running logs of studio reviews.

Sep 2007 - Dec 2007

General Growth Properties, Natick, MA, US, Tenant Coordinator

Worked on-site with the Tenant Coordination team for the Natick Collection mixed-use retail expansion.
Analyzed construction documents and managed distribution of building materials to tenants.
Supervised construction and tenants’ cooperation with the base building design and regulations.
Provided tours for store managers and personnel, as well as clients of the developer.

Jun 2007 - Sep 2007

ADD Inc., Cambridge, MA, US, Model maker

Full time model maker for large scale residential projects until September 2006, and part time until December 2006.

Jun 2006 - Dec 2006


University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, US, MArch, Architecture

Master of Architecture and Certificate in Real Estate Design + Development

Sep 2009 - May 2012

University of Pennsylvania, Mexico City, Mexico, Studio Program Abroad

Jun 2010 - Jun 2010

Tufts University, Medford, MA, US, Bachelors, Architectural Studies

Sep 2004 - May 2008

Columbia University, Paris, France, Studio Program Abroad

Jan 2007 - May 2007

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, US, Career Discovery

Jun 2005 - Jul 2005


John Stewardson Memorial Design Competition, Honorable Mention

"Live Cinema" project awarded Honorable Mention and $500 cash prize


E. Lewis Dales Traveling Fellowship, Award

$3,000 Traveling Fellowship won in a portfolio competition for 2nd year M.Arch students


Ideal Beam Structure Competition, 1st Place

Team: Martin Miller, Nathan Hemming and Laura Sussman
Competition is to design a beam that will have the highest ratio of weight the beam supports to the weight of the beam itself


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