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Resume

3 - 4 Guest room Designs 5 - 10 Concept Design 11 - 14

2D Drawings

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3D Drawings


Profile

Resume

Recent MBA graduate with over 10 years of experience in customer service and supplier relations. My designs are inspired from visual elements found in nature and architectural details. Within the designs I create spaces are infused with modern and traditional design elements.

Sales Associate The White Company, London, UK, 2008 – 2010

Education Master of Business Administration in Operations Management, 2012 American InterContinental University, Atlanta, GA GPA: 3.88 Delta Mu Delta, International Honor Society in Business Administration Bachelors of Fine Arts, Interior Design, 2010 American InterContinental University, London, United Kingdom London South Bank University, London, United Kingdom Upper Second Degree with Honors

Skills: • • • •

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Proficient in Microsoft software packages Proficient in 2D & 3D AutoCAD and SketchUP programs Fluent in Adobe Creative Suite; Photoshop/InDesign/ Illustrator Ability to effectively liaise between clients, suppliers, and management meeting budgets and deadlines.

• Provided personalized customer service to clientele to include custom ordering. • Oversaw inventory control to include merchandise ordering and storage management. • Developed sales strategies taking into consideration for product and inventory availability, pricing, and store promotions. • Assembled and merchandised internal displays using visual guidelines of color, pattern, texture, and balance. Executive Administrative Assistant United States Navy, Norfolk, VA, Sigonella, Italy, and Kuwait, 2003 – 2007 • Established, managed, and coordinated daily administrative operations for over 300 personnel including Executive Staff. • Liaison between Executive Staff and 10 Department Managers on three continents. • Prepared, analyzed, and tracked current and future travel expenditures and allocations while managing a travel budget of $1.5 million. • Managed the proper handling and processing of over 10,000 pieces of official mail, resulting in a top ranked mail program. • Deployed to Kuwait as Lead Administrative Assistant in conjunction with the U.S. 3rd Army, performed administrative duties for 190 deployed naval personnel. • Awarded Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal and Army Achievement Medal for improving processes and providing assistance outside the normal scope of responsibilities.


Restaurant General Manager KFC Yum Brands Inc., Kansas City, 1998 – 2003 • Advanced professionally to General Manager within two years of working with the company. • Reduced Inventory by monitoring a staff of 20, facilitated in-house training and incentive plans, and introduced improved inventory controls. • Tracked sales levels to determine product volume adjustments, replenishments, and allocations. • Conducted P&L accountability; manage sales analysis, forecasting, and reporting activities. • Consistently received outstanding marks on monthly and quarterly inspections and was considered a leader throughout the market for profitability, quality and customer service. • Gave hands-on instruction on new product roll-outs, conducted and supervised career development programs, lead monthly orientation classes. • Assisted in the training, planning, and execution of three store openings.

Acheivements

CSMP 2012 Scholarship Recipient Delta Mu Delta, International Honor Society in Business Administration Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal Army Achievement Medal

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

Christopher Derringer

Association for Operations Management, APICS Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, CSCMP Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society in Business Administration Customer Satisfaction Measurement Benchmarking Association, CSMA Society of British Interior Design, SBID

105 Sheffield PL, Cartersville, GA 30121 Telephone: (678) 956-0088 E-mail: derringer.christopher@gmail.com LinkedIn: : http://www.linkedin.com/in/christopherderringer

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Guest rooms Cartersville, GA

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Nursery School London, England

BRIEF:

Renovate the first two floors and garden of an existing Nursery School reinforcing Montessori’s teaching philosophy. The new scheme incorporates several learning environments focusing on movement and congregation, learning from peers, and education from nature and its surroundings.

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INFLATABLE STRUCTURE

LIBRARY

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1 Soft Play Area

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FIRE EXIT

LIFT 5

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Inflatable Structure

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CLASSROOM

CLASSROOM

Cork Flooring

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Soft Mobile Seating

7 LIGHT WELL ENTRANCE

Flexible Seating

Wall Structure

KEY:

SECTION A

[1.] Female W/C [2.] Male W/C [3.] Disabled W/C [4.] First Aid [5.] Storage [6.] Office Space [7.] Reception

Ground floor incorporates several learning environments while enforcing Montessori’s principles of movement and congregation and learning from peers. Social integration is encouraged through the open concept design. . 6


FIRE EXIT

LIFT

Curtain Divider 1

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Transparent Walls 7 B

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OPEN CONCEPT CLASSROOM 4

3 Wall Structure

Flexible seating

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Reading Area

7 Bamboo Garden

Scale: cm 0 50

100

150

Image 51 1st Floor Plan

KEY:

Section B

[1.] Female W/C [2.] Male W/C [3.] Disabled W/C [4.] Reading Area [5.] Food Prep Area [6.] Office Space [7.] Storage

FIRST FLOOR: Creates a open concept learning environment explores Montessori’s principle learning from peers and movement and congregation. Providing a space where children can interact and learn with each other.

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Staircase linking the common areas

Second floor play area incorporating movement trough the staircase design

Classroom design

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Elevation A

Orchard

Greenhouse

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Hedge Maze

Underground Play Tunnel

Existing Playground

Outdoor Play Area

BUILDING

GARDENS: Creates a learning environment that explores Montessori’s principle learning from nature and its

surroundings while providing a space where children can interact and learn with each other. 9


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Low growing vegetation improves air quality,offers aesthetic qualities, and provides natural habitat for wildlife. 100 mm Lightweight growing medium formulated to absorb 40% of its volume in rainwater. Filter fabric helps prevent fine grained soil from clogging the drainage layer.

ECO Titanic

60 mm Dainage layer carring rainwater away from the serface of the roof deck to a rainwater harvesting system.

Sheet barrier protects the waterproof membrane mechanical abrasion and root attachment or penetration. Waterproof membrane the waterproofing of the roof. 100 mm thermal insulation provining the required resistance to heat flow through the roof assembly. 300 mm Reinforced concrete roof slab.

Angled welded bars support pannel to pockets milled into edges of facade pannels.

8 mm recycled oak flooring, oiled and waxed with biological products 10 x 30 mm battens 30 mm ventilation cavity 30 mm screed with under floor heating system polyethylene separation membrane 200 mm reinforced concrete 200 mm wood framed drop ceiling 120 mm thermal and sound impact insulation 10 mm gypsum board finished with biological paint low energy efficient lighting

Clip angled with slotted hole for expansion bolt, welded or bolted to angle cast into edge of slab.

Pannels mounted on a steel subframe are designed to transmit gravity and lateral loads from the facade slabs to the structural frame of the building. The subframe consists of steel struts that support stainless steel or aluminum angles.

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Fire Alarm System

20 mm gipson board finished with biological paint 200 mm reinforced concrete 20 mm gipson board finished with biological paint

20 mm cladding, clay constructed panels 100 mm battens 100 mm thermal insulation polyethylene separation membrane 300 mm reinforced concrete 10 mm gypsum board, finished with biological paint

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20 mm slate pavers, adhesive fixed 30 mm screed with under floor heating system polyethylene separation membrane 100 mm thermal and sound impact insulation 20 mm cladding, clay constructed panels with 100 mm battens

8 mm recycled Oak flooring, oiled and waxed with biological products 10 x 30 mm Battens 30 mm ventilation cavity 30 mm screed with under floor heating system polyethylene separation membrane 200 mm reinforced concrete 200 mm wood framed drop ceiling 120 mm thermal and sound impact insulation 10 mm gypsum board finished with biological paint Low energy affiant lighting

N4

Target carbon dioxide Emission Rate (TER) The Target CO2 Emissions Rate (TER) is the minimum energy performance required specified in Regulation 17B. It is the mass of CO2 emitted per year per square meter of total useful floor area of the building (kg/m2/year). The TER must be calculated using one of the calculation tools included in the methodology for calculating the energy performance of buildings approved by the Secretary of State pursuant to regulation 17A. Those tools include: (a) The Simplified Building Energy Model (SEBEM) for those buildings whose design features are capable of being adequately modeled by SBEM or (b) Other approved software tools. These procedures for approving such software are set out in Annex 1 of ODPM Circular 03/2006. U Value Calculation : (W/m2k)

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L1

A1 (1) The building shall be constructed so that the combined dead, imposed and wind loads are sustained and transmitted by it to the ground:

Medal Cap with continouse cleat.

(a) safely; and (b) without causing such deflections or deformation of any part of the building, or such movement of the ground, as will impair the stability of any part of another building.

Bonding adhesive. Reinforced EPTDM membrain flashing.

(2) In assessing weather a building complies with sub paragraph (1) regard shall be had to the imposed wind loads to which it is likely to be subject in the ordinary course of its use for the purpose for which it is intended.

Splicing cement 70 mm minimum Lap sealant

solar vortex panels 20 mm steel sheeting 100 mm thermal insulation Roof membrane with double polyethylene reinforcement 110 mm screed 300 mm reinforced concrete 180 mm wood framed drop ceiling 80 mm thermal and sound impact insulation

Mechanical Fasteners at 30 cm o.c. muct penetrate into roof deck. 100 mm Rigid Insulation

A2 The building shall be constructed so that ground movement caused by: (a) swelling, shrinkage or freezing of the subsoil; or (b) land-slip or subsidence ( other than subsidence arising from shrinkage, in so far as the risk can be reasonably foreseen en), will not impair stability of any part of the building. A3 The building shall be constructed so that in an event of an accident the building will not suffer to an extent disproportionate to the cause.

300 mm reinforced concrete roof deck

B1 The building shall be designed and constructed so that there are appropriate provisions for early warning of fire, and appropriate means of escape outside the building capable of being safely and effectively used at all material times. B2 (1) To inhibit the spread of fire within the building, the internal lining shall: (a) Adequately resist the spread of flame over their surfaces; and (b) have, if ignited, a rate of heat or a rate of fire growth, which is reasonable in the circumstances. (2) In this paragraph “internal linings” mean the materials or products used in lining any partition, wall, ceiling or other internal structure B3 (1) The building shall be designed and constructed so that, in the event of fire, it’s stability will be maintained for a reasonable period. (2) A wall common to two or more buildings shall be designed and constructed so that it adequately resists the spread of fire between those buildings. For the purpose of this sub-paragraph a house in a terrace and a semi-detached house are each to be treated as a separate building. (3) Where reasonably necessary to inhabit the spread of fire within the building, measures shall be taken, to an extent appropriate to the size and intended use of the building, comprising either or both of the following: (a) sub-division of the building with fire-resisting construction; (b) installation of suitable automatic fire suppression systems. (4) The building shall be designed and constructed so that the unseen spread of fire and smoke within concealed spaces in its structure and fabric is inhibited.

20 mm slate pavers, adhesive fixed 30 mm Screed polyethylene separation membrane 200 mm concrete floor slab

B4 (1) The external walls of the building shall adequately resist the spread of fire over the walls and from one building to another, having regarded to the height, use and position of the building. (2) The roof of the building shall adequately resist the spread of fire over the roof and from one building to another, having regard to the use and position of the building. B5 (1) The building shall be designed and constructed so as to provide reasonable facilities to assist firefighters in the protection of life.

K2

20 mm thick glass platform supported by 40 x 3000 glass supporting beams with 40 mm x 260 glass steps

2000 mm x 20 mm Glass landing supported by steel trusts welded to 200 mm round steel tubing

(2) Reasonable provisions shall be made within the site of the building to enable fire appliances to gain access to the building. C1 (1) The ground to be covered by the building shall be reasonably free from any material that might damage the building or affect stability, including vegetable matter, topsail and pre-existing foundations. (2) Reasonable precautions shall be taken to avoid danger to health and safety caused by containments on or in the ground covered, or to be covered be the building and any land associated with the building. (3) Adequate subsoil drainage hall be provided if it’s needed to provide: (a) the passage of ground moister to the interior of the building; (b) damage to the building including damage through the transport of water-borne contaminants to the foundation of the building.

K1

(4) For the purpose of this requirement, “containment” means any substance which may become harmful to persons or building includes substance are corrosive, explosive, flammable, radioactive or taxic. C2 The floors, walls and roof of the building shall adequately protect the building and people who use the building from harmful effects caused by:

2 layers 20 x100 Double glazed switch able windows (“smart” windows), with 400 mm gap sealed with silicone adhesive supported joined together with 04 mm stainless steel tension cable system

(a) (b) (c) (d)

ground moister; precipitation and wind-driven spray; interstitial and surface condensation ; and spilling of water from or associated with sanitary fittings or fixed appliances.

D1 If the insulation material is inserted in a cavity wall reasonable precautions shall be taken to prevent the subsequent permeation of any toxic fumes from the material into any part of the building occupied by people. K1 Stairs, Ladders and ramps shall be designed, constructed and installed as to be safe for people moving between different levels in or about the building.

20 mm slate pavers, adhesive fixed 30 mm Screed polyethylene separation membrane 180 mm reinforced concrete floor slab

N1

K2 (a) Any stairs, ramps, and balconies and any roof to which people have access, and (b) any light well, basement area or similar sunken area connected to a building, shall provide with barriers where it is necessary to protect people in or about the building from falling. L1 Reasonable provisions shall be made for the conservation of fuel and power in building by: (a) vices.

20 mm thick glass platform supported by 40 x 3000 glass supporting beams with 40 mm x 260 glass steps

limiting heat gains and losses: i. through thermal elements and other parts of the building fabric; and ii. from pipes, ducts and vessels used for space heating, space cooling and hot water ser-

(b) providing and commissioning energy fixed building services with effective controls; andproviding to the owner sufficient information about the building, the fixed building services and their maintenance requirements so that the building can be operated in such a manner as to use no more fuel and power than is reasonable in the circumstances. 20 mm slate pavers, adhesive fixed 30 mm Screed with under floor hating system polyethylene separation membrane 130 mm thermal and sound impact insulation 300 mm reinforced concrete floor slab

N1 Glazing, with which people are likely to come into contact whilst moving in or about the building shall: (a) (b) (c)

if broken on impact, break in a way which is unlikely to cause injury; or resist impact without breaking; or be shielded or protected from impact.

N4 Provisions shall be made for any windows, skylights, or any transparent or translucent walls, ceilings or roofs to be safely accessible for cleaning.

Title Size

UK Building Regulations and Codes

36 x 66

Date:

Number

N-387

October 2010

Revision

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Sheet 1 of 1

Drawn By: Christopher Derringer

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B

Outside seating

3 FOOD PREP AREA

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KEY:

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[1.] Female W/C [2.] Male W/C [3.] Dishwashing area [4.] Office Space [5.] Refrigerated storage [6.] Employee / mechanical room

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Restaurant Design London, England

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Elevation B

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elevation A PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

COVERED COURTYARD

a

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

BAR

Floor Plan

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LOUNGE SEATING

ENTRANCE

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DRY STORAGE

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Front Elevation


The brief was to design a restaurant/disco as past of an existing hotel that infuses modern design elements without losing the historic characteristics of the building. The existing courtyard was enclosed with a glass structure so that it can be utilized year round for events. The design elements incorporate fluid motions throughout. This is evident in the bar design and the seating that rapes around the entire space. The overall design is light and airy with a mixture of modern and rustic elements. 14


Retail Design London, England

The overall design incorporates fluid movements within a set constraint mimicking the fashion designers’ style and collections. The curved surfaces draw you throughout the space allowing you to have a new experience around every corner.

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storage Dressing Rooms Lookout point

Retail Space

Ground Floor

Indoor Garden Seedling Room

Restaurant

Male / Female Rest rooms

Underground floor: 16


Work Studio

Retail Space

First and Second floors

Sky Lights

Sky Lights

Roof Deck 17

Solar Panels


Christopher Derringer 105 Sheffield PL, Cartersville, GA 30121 Telephone: (678) 956-0088 E-mail: derringer.christopher@gmail.com LinkedIn: : http://www.linkedin.com/in/christopherderringer


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