Tanjhid Choudhury

Tanjhid Choudhury

Los Angeles, CA, US



I’m a graduate of the USC School of Architecture with a minor in Real Estate Development and am currently employed at a firm specializing in multi-family housing. I work with BIM management and setting Revit standards for our projects consisting of market rate multi-family projects and affordable housing. I've coordinated with engineers, developers, and other consultants as needed throughout milestones of our projects. I hope to work toward being a BIM manger and being at the forefront of technology in architecture.

I graduated in December 2016 and during my last year at USC I worked at Sargenti Architects, a retail architecture firm located in Downtown LA, as a BIM Specialist. I was their sole Revit employee in the Los Angeles office and I was responsible for all their projects in Revit as well interfacing with retail clients that required deliverables in different formats. The bulk of my work was several clothing retailers and coffee chains spread throughout California.  I've been able to take care of any tasks thrown at me with no difficulty and have cleaned up a fair share of sloppily designed  Revit projects from previous employees. From working here I learned a lot about how retail architecture differs from the office and hotel projects I was more familiar with at the time. 

In New York I worked with VOA Architecture and KGM Architectural Lighting on several high rise projects throughout the city. The projects were mostly office and hotel with a few residential and mixed use projects scattered throughout. I learned about how different the building process is in New York compared to Los Angeles and how the two cities approach construction and design very differently.

I’m a team player with a good sense of humor and am willing to put in as many hours as necessary to get a project done and up to my standards. I’m capable of prioritizing work by importance and keep a consistent level of quality in my work. I am also an avid cook and love learning about new recipes. I’ve found that food is a good way to bring people together and helps friendships grow stronger. I believe that relaxing helps bring teams together as well and helps people grow more productive and in sync when working for long periods of time. I’m a self-starter with a strong work ethic and I want to explore the limits of my abilities.


Lahmon Architect, Los Angeles, CA, US, Intermediate Designer

• schematic design, design development, and construction documents for multifamily housing
• design architect and executive architect duties
• coordinating with building consultants, owners, afordable housing organizations, HCID,
funding associations, community plans, and neighborhood councils
• mainly working on wood framed apartments on concrete podiums with parking and retail
• turning AutoCAD and Sketchup models into Revit models
• teaching the ofce how to use Revit and how to efectively use BIM practices, creating project
templates, parametric families, and making the best use of Revit for apartment design

Jan 2017 - current

Sargenti Architects, Los Angeles, CA, US, BIM Specialist

• schematic design and construction documents for retail projects
• executive architect duties and issuing bulletins, RFIs, and change orders
• managing all Revit projects in the ofce and maximizing efciency for creating drawing set
• coordinating with building department, owners, landlords, engineers, and contractors
• familiarity with Cofee Bean and other brand design standards for store rollouts
• surveying and turning the data into 2D and 3D drawings

May 2016 - Dec 2016

VOA Architecture, New York, NY, US, Architectural Designer

• construction documents and construction administration for ofce and hotel projects
• creating detailed Revit models that set ofce standards
• design and executive architect duties issuing bulletins and RFIs
• meeting with fabricators and contractors on the job site
• aiding in ofce expansion and moving locations

May 2015 - Aug 2015

KGM Architectural Lighting, New York, NY, US, Lighting Designer

• creating AGI32 photometrics and lighting analyses
• visiting job sites to ensure lighting is properly installed and at proper color temperatures
• creating lighting and RCP sets
• coordinating with manufacturers
• coordinating with architectural and engineering teams

May 2014 - Aug 2014

Richard Wrightman Design, New York City, Furniture Designer

• detailed woodworking, metalworking, and leatherworking
• knowledge and expertise with shop tools including drilling press, tablesaw, lathe, and planer
• creating custom furniture for clients including Neiman Marcus
• designing furniture from initial design all the way to final fabrication
• creating furniture templates for reuse

May 2013 - Aug 2013


University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, CA, US, Bachelors, BS Arch

Architecture and Real Estate Development

Aug 2012 - Dec 2016

Areas of Specialization