Clifford Gross

Clifford Gross

Work experience

Work experience
May 2007 - Dec 2009

Architectural Project Manager

Flewelling & Moody Architects

8.3 Billion Dollar City Center, Las Vegas a member of a Joint Venture team comprised Flewelling and Moody Architects with Project Solutions Inc. Created and executed strategies for completing Aria Spa DD documents into MDG standards and recover needed time lost by design firm from Japan. Developed Design review documents and completed assignments to evaluate drawing reviews for the client (MGM-Mirage Design Group).  Reviews included the Hotel High rise, the projects signature condominium tower and the shopping complex shell and core drawings.  Field coordination work included supporting the field quality verification team in determining the appropriate details and documents to use in evaluating the as-built design.

Oct 2005 - Mar 2007

Architectural Project Manager

Architectural Project Manager – for design and construction of the phased VA Hospital in North Las Vegas.  Phase one under construction. $400,000,000 project scheduled to open in 2011. Earned bonus and promotion to Sr. PM

May 1996 - May 2005

Architectural Project Manager


URS - San Diego Office

Assigned to San Diego City Schools Promoted to Sr. PM

Sr. Project manager on San Diego High School Modernization

Sr. Project manager on a New Design-Build Elementary School

Sr. Project manager of a various small projects involving modernization of and additions to schools

Oversaw and managed the change order process on all projects.

URS - Denver Office

Assigned to Clark County Schools in Las Vegas

Project manager on 6 new elementary schools using a new prototype design. Led a VE review of prototype design.

URS Seattle Office

Project manager of various USPS projects and misc. other projects.

Apr 1985 - Mar 1996

Principal Architect

GTde Architects

Full service Architectural Office with a practice that included schools, commercial and industrial projects in Washington Sate. 

Additionally, served as team leader to provide Value Analysis services

as VMS on school and US Corp of Engineers projects. 

Conducted research on energy conserving design techniques and solar energy uses -see articles in blog 

Dec 1969 - Apr 1985

Partner - Project Architect

Harthore Hagen Gross, Architects

Specialized in schools and industrial projects in Washington, Oregon and Alaska. Projects included Woodinville High School, Seattle City Light Power Control Addition, fish and potato processing facilities including Cold Storage buildings. Extensive experience in waterfront structures.




Chaired Seattle Chapter Committee on Energy Conservation

Served as AIA representative on the Washington State Fort Warden Conservatory Commission


Elected to Board and President of Council.

Numerious presentations and publications on School Planning and Energy Conservation 

Juryed architectural exhibits received design and planning award for Woodenville High School

Published Sheltonview Elementary in Schools of the Future Publication 

Aug 1957 - Feb 1962

BA - Architecture 5 -yr degree

Kansas State University

Dean's List, Tau Sigma Delta (Chapter President),  Masonry Institute Schoolarship,

Aug 1957 - Feb 1962

BS Architectural Engineering

Kansas State University

Dean's List, Sigma Tau, Steel Ring



Manage and communicate QA/ QC

Experienced manager of custom and traditional document analysis for completeness - errors and omissions

Project Communication

Wide ranging experience with a variety of project management tools to manage and provide project status reportsand keep track of progress.