Tony Pegg

Tony Pegg

Chester, NY, US



A dedicated professional with over 20 years experience in architecture-related fields, including over 10 years in collaborative Performing Arts Facility design. I am a Marine Veteran currently running his own company offering Computer-aided Drafting and Design services with clients ranging from a Manhattan-based theater planning company, a Midwest architectural firm, and a newly formed Orange County, NY scene shop.

Specialties: Theater design, Concert Hall design, AutoCAD, Revit, Amateur Photography, Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, Acrobat Pro, and Microsoft Office.



TPegg Design, LLC, Chester, NY, US, Owner/Designer

A veteran-owned design and drafting service company providing 2D and 3D solutions on a project by project basis.

We are experienced in working within different CAD standards to facilitate complete integration within your existing system.

We have over 20 years of experience with CAD and within the architectural field including collaboration in engineering, landscaping, performing arts design and development.

Apr 2012 - current

Artec Consultants, New York, NY, US, Senior Consultant

Design of Performing Arts Facilities through all phases of the project, preliminary, concept, final, construction, specifications, site inspection, and as-built drawings.

Collaborate with architects, engineers, and clients to provide a facility that promotes the best environment for the performing arts.

Integration of the flow of patrons, staff, and performers throughout the building, both Front of House and Back of House.

Provide seating layout that ensures an appropriate level of sight lines, life safety, and accessibility for all patrons.

Provide accommodations for Performance Lighting systems to inform the Electrical Engineer of the complexities of said system.

Provide loading diagrams to structural and electrical engineers for appropriate sizing of systems.

Provide space planning diagrams specific to performing arts facilities including dressing rooms, control rooms, box offices, truck docks, etc.

Supervision of drawing sets from Schematic Design through Construction including site inspection of completed work for compliance with drawing intent, life safety, and specifications.

Skills: Theater design, Concert Hall design, Sound system design, acoustics, AutoCAD, Photography, Photoshop, Acrobat Pro, Microsoft Office.

Performing Arts projects include:
Orange County Performing Arts Center, Costa Mesa, CA with Cesar Pelli Architects;
Fox Cities PAC, Appleton, WI with Zeidler Partnership Architects;
STAR PAC, Singapore with AEDAS;
Salle Pleyel renovation, Paris France with Francois CERIA.

Jun 2001 - Jun 2011

US Architects, Yorktown, IN, US, Project Technician

Project coordination of all aspects of architectural projects, preliminary, concept, final, construction documents, specifications, and as-built drawings.

Supervision of a design team toward a completed project.

Provided evaluation of projects for compliance with all applicable codes, regulations, specifications, and life and safety.

Provided structural design and evaluation utilizing Strucalc software.

Skills: AutoCAD, Microsoft Office, including Word and Excel, hand-sketching, cost estimation,
photography, Photoshop, and Acrobat.

Commercial and Residential projects included refits of hospital spaces, clinics, retail, shops, warehouses, apartments, and financial.

Jun 1999 - May 2001

Architects America, Farmland, IN, US, Architectural Intern

Prepared drawings of all phases of commercial and residential projects including preliminary, concept, final design, and construction documents.

Prepared basic cost estimations to assist the architect.

Studied and researched all pertinent codes, specifications, and life and safety criteria.

Performed site surveys of existing structures for documentation prior to renovation and reuse.

Skills: AutoCAD, sketching, cost estimation, Microsoft Office.

Commercial and residential projects included warehouses, office renovations, small to large houses, kitchen remodels, and home additions.

Aug 1995 - May 1999

Yops & Wilkie, Architects, Wyandotte, MI, US, Architectural Intern

Preparation of Design drawings preliminary and final design.

Study and research of project requirements, codes, and specifications of materials.

Performed site visits of existing structures to be renovated and reused.

Determined egress and fire ratings to comply with fire and safety protection criteria.

Skills: hand drafting, sketching, AutoCAD, Microsoft Office, photography.

Commercial and residential projects include:
Downriver Center for Oncology, Brownstown Township, Michigan
Southgate Library addition,Southgate, Michigan
Southgate Courthouse, Southgate, Michigan
Taylor City Hall addition and alterations, Taylor, Michigan
Lakes of Taylor Golf Course Clubhouse, Pro-shop, and Water feature, Taylor, Michigan
Taylor Police Gun Range and Animal Shelter, Taylor, Michigan.

Mar 1993 - May 1995

United States Marine Corps, Camp LeJeune, NC, Sergeant, Arabic Cryptologic Linguist

Cryptologic linguists monitor, transcribe, and translate intercepted target communications; perform analysis and exploitation of designated foreign communications; and install, operate, and perform preventive maintenance of intercept equipment.

Secondary duties and tasks include aspects of EW/COMSEC and direction-finding operations.

Power supply operation, equipment prime mover (truck) operation, and vehicle maintenance procedures.

Jul 1985 - May 1992


Ball State University, Muncie, IN, US, BArch, Architecture

Bachelor of Architecture curriculum with a minor in Mathematical Science. Additional classes were taken in Physics, Theater History, Music History, Dance History, and Stagecraft.

Sep 1995 - May 2001

Ball State University, Muncie, IN, US, Bachelors, BS in Environmental Design

Sep 1995 - May 2001

Coastal Carolina Community College, Jacksonville, NC, US, Architectural Technology

Received a Certificate of Architectural Technology from Coastal Carolina Community college while performing duties in the Marine Corps. The one-year course including methods and materials of construction, architectural drafting techniques, and computer-aided design.

Sep 1991 - May 1992


National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Scholarship, Scholarship

Applicant must be currently enrolled in a construction-related degree program at a school in the United Sates and must have a least one term remaining in a course of study leading to a degree or an associate degree in a construction-related field. High school seniors are not eligible.

Applicant must desire a career in a construction-related field.

Applicant must be enrolled full-time.

Applicant must have a current cumulative GPA or 3.0 or higher to be considered for awards.


Indiana Architectural Foundation Donor Scholarship, Scholarship

An award based on academic credentials, a resume, letters of reference and an essay.


Autodesk Architect of Distinction, Award

The award was given based on merit and design.


Areas of Specialization