Highly experienced Project Manager and LEED AP specializing in green architecture on a wide variety of commercial and residential building types including Higher Ed, Government, Military, Fire Stations, Religious, Retail, Mixed-Use, Multi-Family ad Residential projects. My goal is to be employed by a green, forward thinking organization, whose common goal is to reduce the carbon footprint of the future built environment while creatively desigining award winning projects conforming to the client's program, bringing the project in on time and on budget, and challenging me and all my skill sets to produce a successful project.
Nov 2008 - Present
Searching for a New Opportunity as an Architect, Project Manager, Construction Administrator, Facilities Planner, or LEED AP
I am currently pursuing a position as an Architect, Project Manager, Facilities Planner, or a Construction Administrator for Higher Education, Government, Military, MIxed-Use, Retail, Multi-Family Housing, or other commercial and residential projects including new construction, renovations, and additions for a progressive green design firm. I am always looking for partnering opportunities to create new green buildings. Please give me a call if you know of anyone that may need my services or who is looking to employ an experience Architect, Project Manager, Facilities Planner, or Construction Administrator.
Nov 2008 - Sep 2009
Leo A Daly
As a Project Manager I was responsible for the Higher Education and Federal sectors of work within the office in addition to assisting on the Science and Technology projects in the office. Some of the projects I successfully managed were the following:
Colorado School of Mines,
Sep 2008 - Oct 2008
Facility Planner - Contract Position
University of Colorado at Boulder, Department of Facilites Management
Worked as a Facility Planner as a temporary contract position on the prepartion of the Feasibility Study for the University Club at CU and the Feasibility Study for the Folsom Field Stadium Printing Services Facility Relocation. In addition, I worked on various options for the infill of Flemming Hall after the new Visual Arts Complex is occupied in January of 2010 and the current tenants of Flemming move out of the building.