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daniel scott recent works (2012-2018)

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projects & proposals

contents Resume

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design development

Mimosa Hall - Conditions Assessment

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Wilburn House - Existing Conditions

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City of Tucker Historic District - Proposed Design Guidelines

campus planning

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University of Cincinnati - Nippert Stadium West Pavilion

Alabama Troy State p

Arizona

Georgia

Ohio

Atlanta Hawks p

University of Cincinnati p

University of Arkansas p

Georgia State University s s

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University of South Carolina p

Tennessee

California

Mimosa Hall pr

Oak Ridge National Laboratories p

University of California, Riverside p

Oldcastle Inc. p

Memphis University p

California Department of Corrections p

Trust Company Monroe Branch pr

Middle Tennessee State University p

Colorado

Valdosta State University p

Texas

Colorado School of Mines p

Kansas State University p

Florida

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Kansas

Broward County Courthouse

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Additional Projects & Renderings

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University of Texas p s

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Texas State University p

University of Florida s

Kentucky

West Virginia

Broward County d

University of Kentucky p

West Virginia University p

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Clemson University p

Wilburn House pr

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South Carolina

City of Tucker Design Guidelines pr

Arkansas

University of Arkansas - Student Athlete Success Center Kansas State University West Stadium Expansion

Chattahoochee Brick Company National Register Nomination pr

University of Arizona p

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daniel scott 447 center circle SW conyers, ga 30094 404.322.8095

PROFILE

EXPERIENCE

As a design communication specialist, I seek to create a common understanding of project goals and design in any project I’m involved in. My experience in various typologies and disciplines allows me to critically assess and explain important project parameters, whether its architecture, education, or preservation.

[8/17 - 07/18] Easements Atlanta Inc. // Intern and Field Surveyor

SKILLS

I’m an energetic and enthusiastic designer interested in expanding my career in architecture through further study of historic preservation materials and methods from concept to construction.

Illustrator

EDUCATION / QUALIFICATIONS

InDesign

[current]

GSU Masters of Historic Preservation Candidate

Photoshop

[Fall 2016]

Autodesk Certified Revit Professional & Inventor Certified User

Premier Pro

[2014-2016]

University of Georgia - GaDOE Teaching Certificate #1461375

3ds Max

AWARDS / RECOGNITION

Vray

[Summer ‘17] “Georgia State University students help Tucker map out road to preserving its historical properties”. Proposed Design Guidelines for City of Tucker Downtown Historic District. Dekalb Neighbor. Author Brent Barron

daniel.scott.arch@gmail.com

Microstation 2d Sketchup Inventor

Maxwell Ableton Live

[Spring‘16]

“Student’s aide Senior Safety” Rockdale Citizen reporter Wade Marbaugh discusses a class project.

HOBBIES

[Spring‘16]

“Project-Based Learning and Community Outreach” 2016 Georgia Charter Schools Association Conference - Presenter

[Spring‘16]

“Advocates for greenway along Chattahoochee River...” Thesis mention in Creative Loafing by T. Wheatley

Woodworking Metal Fabrication Car Restoration

Performed façade inspection reports, and extensive photo documentation for 42 historic buildings in Atlanta. Prepared board meeting presentations and Easement historic structure reports for existing historic properties. Coordinated project info between the HPD, Easements Atlanta, and the client to produce comprehensive façade donation, and historic structure report packages for board review. [8/14-7/17]

Music Production

[Summer ‘11] “Post-slavery South Chained to Hard Labor” Thesis Discussion with Atlanta Journal Constitution author Rich Mckay.

Camping

[Spring ‘10]

SPSU (KSU) College of Architecture Thesis Studio - 3rd Place & Faculty Choice

Rockdale College and Career Academy // Architecture/Engineering Drawing and Design Instructor Architecture and engineering instructor for 9th-12th grades. Guided students through a 3-year course pathway that included everything from hand drawing and blueprint reading, to 3d modeling and simulation. Centered the classroom around industry certified books, 3d printing, and prototyping equipment. Over the course of 3 years of instruction, enrollment increased by 50%. EOC testing pass rate increased from 33% to 74%, and industry certification was implemented to a 90% pass rate.

[6/10 - 5/15]

Heery International Inc. // Intern Architect / Project Designer Collaborated with project teams to produce a wide variety of typologies from predesign to construction documentation. Specialized in design communication and visualization to help clarify design intent to the client, engineers and consultants on the project. In addition to visualization, project managers found my software skills invaluable to be able to simulate or study multiple iterations of a design in a timely manner. At any given time in a week I was: studying interior renderings and finishes for the interiors department, creating concept masterplans for project proposals, leading BIM coordination meetings on construction documentation, or 3d printing design research ideas. I felt all of this versatility helped me become a vital member of each design team as well as progress as a designer. Although my time at Heery was an invaluable experience in design, I feel I would’ve benefited from more site visits and construction documentation experience.

[Summer ‘16] “Debate Over Empty Lot Unearths Ugly Piece of Atlanta History”. Thesis discussion and interview on National Public Radio with Molly Samuel. [Summer ‘16] “Industry certification in the classroom” Case study on how I implemented Ascent Autodesk Products into my classroom with 90% passing entry level certification.

Revit Architecture

PROJECT SPOTLIGHT

VOLUNTEERING [2017]

SkillsUSA advisor for 30 students competing in vocational activities statewide.

[2013]

MODA IKEA Chair Hack Bench Repurpose design

[2012]

Furniture Bank of Atlanta - Lamp Design and Auction

[2011]

SDA/AIA CANstruction - Canstructure design and food bank donation

University of Cincinnati Nippert Stadium Project size: 170,000sf Principal Architect: Heery International with Architecture Research Office Completion Date: 08-07-2015 Award: AIA 2017 Excellence/AIACAE /Category: Built Project / Adaptive Reuse Project Role: Drawing, design and presentation from predesign to construction documentation. I also served as project design coordinator aiding the team with BIM modeling and visualization to mitigate construction conflict and enhance design intent. Project Description: Embracing historic Nippert Stadium, framing iconic views and weaving itself into the carefully considered urban fabric of elegant spaces and signature buildings, the West Pavilion is a significant addition to the University of Cincinnati (UC) campus. Sitting in the heart of UC, the stadium is uniquely open year-round to daily campus circulation and use. With its powerful presence, dramatic geometry and cantilevers, the new tower provides unparalleled new amenities and revenue sources through generous club spaces, club and loge seating, luxury suites, and an elevated outdoor terrace overlooking the field. (courtesy of AIA Georgia 2017) 2


Academic / Preservation

Mimosa Hall - Exterior Conditions Assessment PROJECT DESCRIPTION As a student in Georgia State University’s Building Materials and Conservation class I performed an exterior conditions assessment report for an 1840’s Greek-Revival house in Roswell, Georgia. The exterior conditions assessment report is a preliminary report completed by each student as an initial exercise into the semester-long Historic Structure Report. As one of four comprising team members I am responsible for completing a full asbuilt drawing package with measured, condition, and date-specific drawings.

PROJECT ROLE • Survey, measure, and draw existing conditions • Extensive photo documentation of building conditions • Proposed preservation, maintenance, rehabilitation, and restoration plans in accordance

with appropriate National Park service briefs and industry-standard references.

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Freelance design / Predesign / Schematic / Design Development / Construction Documents

Wilburn House - Existing Conditions PROJECT DESCRIPTION Clients of a circa 1918 Leila Ross Wilburn House in Decatur, Georgia seeking to renovate interior and exterior conditions. The project is located in the local MAK historic district and the client needed proper architectural drawings for construction and local historic district commission review. Antiquity Architecture, a local preservation architecture firm, hired me to aid in the surveying and drawing process.

PROJECT ROLE • Survey, measure, and draw existing

conditions • Extensive photo documentation of building

conditions. • Provided architectural drawings for

prospective bid packages and local historic district commission review.

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Academic / Preservation

City of Tucker Historic District - Proposed Design Guidelines

FAÇADE DIAGRAM

SIGNAGE

PROJECT DESCRIPTION As part of the Preservation Planning class at Georgia State University I was one of five students that completed a historic resource survey and proposed design guidelines for the City of Tucker. The client, Tucker Historical Society and the City of Tucker, worked closely with the students in coordination and review of the document. The project was completed over the course of the semester and culminated with a presentation to city council and residents.

PROJECT ROLE

SPACING AND SETBACKS

• Historic Resource survey of downtown. • Provided clear mapping and diagrams of

different city features. (zoning, parking, resources, etc.) • Consulted local planning/historic offices for info. • Provided all graphics and illustrations. • Compiled and coordinated the final document. • Created a presentation for the final review at

City Council.

GUIDELINE SECTIONS

MASSING AND INFILL

1. DESIGN REVIEW PROCESS* 2. HISTORIC DISTRICT CHARACTER 3. SITE DESIGN GUIDELINES* 4. ARCHITECTURAL GUIDELINES * 5. NEW CONSTRUCTION * 6. RELOCATION/STABILIZATION * section I was responsible for 5


Office-related / Predesign / Schematic / Design Development / Construction Documents

University of Cincinnati - Nippert Stadium West Pavilion Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Type: Sports (Higher Education) Size: 115,000SF Completion Date: 2016 Awards: AIA Atlanta / AIA Campus Planning Architect: ARO (Design Consultant) and Heery The University of Cincinnati's new Nippert Stadium West Pavilion raises the standard for collegiate stadium facilities. The dramatic architecture contributes to the state-of-the-art campus by delivering a showcase building for the University and improves the gameday and nongameday environment, all while being located on a tight site. Heery was the Architect of Record and National Sports Designer for the Nippert Stadium west pavilion structure and east concourse at the University of Cincinnati. This project stretches across seven levels, including a 130,000 SF press / VIP tower, the replacement of all existing game day functions, and enhanced premium seating through the addition of 1,100 club seats, 30 loge boxes, and 21 private suites.

“We went to great lengths to balance deference and distinction in designing the exterior expression of the new West Pavilion—particularly how the building faces the campus.” - Adam Yarinsky Architecture Research Office

With contemporary design being a noticeable element on University of Cincinnati’s campus, Heery Sports had the opportunity to provide innovative design solutions to compliment the surrounding areas. Maximizing originality with the functionality of the athletic facility and high end VIP spaces was a challenge, yet a stimulating part of the design process. (Summary courtesy of Heery International 2016)

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Office-related / Predesign / Schematic / Design Development / Construction Documents

University of Cincinnati - Nippert Stadium West Pavilion PROJECT ROLE

LVL 1 - Concourse

Intern architect

DESIGN COMMUNICATION & VISUALIZATION • Building section, sight-line, and massing studies.

panel types. I helped translate a complex Rhino model into an adaptive, Pattern-based Revit component that aided in visualization and coordination of significant design features. • A myriad of angles and oblique

• Space planning and extensive seating/suite configuration studies for prospective

donors.

• Views and drawings of curtainwall

LVL 2- Club

conditions required extensive 3d modeling of every detail.

• Extensive Arch/MEP/Structural conflict detection. • Aided in preparation of Design Review Committee meetings.

Schematic Design / Design Development / Construction Documentation:

LVL 2.5 - Loge

• Aided in translating various 2d and 3d Rhino design files from design architect

into a BIM project model. • Full Revit architecture coordination with project consultants. (Structural, MEP,

A/V, Food Service, Lighting, and life safety)

LVL 3&4 - Suites

• Aided in design and coordination of the entire field side façade; precast seating

tubs, seats, railings, storefront glazing, lighting, and plumbing components. • Aided in extensive design and coordination of the connecting bridge: precast,

plumbing, railing, electrical, life safety, curtain wall, metal panel, and structural components.

LVL 5 - Press & Suites

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Office-related / Predesign / Schematic / Design Development / Construction Documents

University of Cincinnati - Nippert Stadium West Pavilion BRIDGE DESIGN, DETAILING, AND COORDINATION • These drawings

illustrate the connecting bridge between the existing Tangeman Campus Student Center and the proposed Nippert Stadium design. • The complex

parallelogram glazing, angled structural columns, and egresscompliant exits required extensive coordination to assure proper code compliance, secure and efficient gameday egress, and building systems coordination.

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Office-related / Predesign / Schematic / Design Development / Construction Documents

University of Cincinnati - Nippert Stadium West Pavilion FIELDSIDE DESIGN, DETAILING, AND COORDINATION • Views and drawings of

wall sections and section details illustrating the angled façade elements as well as the precast concrete seating tub design. • The very narrow site and

angled building section required extensive coordination between waterproofing, precast, storefront, and steel elements. • I helped design,

coordinate, and review precast design, steel connections, ada counters, optimal sight line seating positions, and nearly transparent glazing.

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Office-related / Predesign / Schematic / Design Development / Construction Documents

University of Arkansas - Student Athlete Success Center Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas Type: Higher Education Size: 50,000SF Completion Date: 2015 Awards: LEED Silver Architect: Heery (Design) and WDD Architects (Architect of Record) Enhancing the total student-athlete experience is at the forefront of every athletic administrator’s mind. Recent legislation and the demand to pay closer attention to the student-athlete well-being is guiding a transformation in collegiate athletics facilities, requiring nutritional enhancements and heightened awareness for customized academic support. The project houses academic, nutritional, personal and professional development components for more than 460 studentathletes. The Center also includes the Razorback Leadership Academy, supporting athletes in their community outreach and campus leadership roles. The projects main components include a dining hall and full-service kitchen, group study, quiet study, and tutoring rooms, computer labs, learning labs, 170-seat auditorium and staff and academic counselor offices.

"I know what a good building looks like, I built one down in Dallas. But now THIS this is a beautiful building... gorgeous building." - Jerry Jones, Owner, Dallas Cowboys and Supporter of University of Arkansas Athletics

The linear organization of the program on the site creates a green space buffer between the street and the scale of adjacent buildings, and makes visual navigation of the academic center very coherent. Layers of daylighting create the basis for the building’s organization and correspond to public spaces, department suites, and tutoring spaces. The academic center is inwardly focused while the dining component of the facility is outwardly focused, placed on the prominent public corner of the site with views to campus. The look and feel of the interior of the building is meant to be comfortable for student athletes. The variety of formal and informal teaching and study spaces are designed to be relaxed and hospitable. (Summary courtesy of Heery International 2016)

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Office-related / Predesign / Schematic / Design Development / Construction Documents

University of Arkansas - Student Athlete Success Center PROJECT ROLE

LVL 1 - PROGRAM

Intern architect

DESIGN COMMUNICATION & VISUALIZATION • Building section and massing studies. • Space planning and extensive programming

studies for different project user groups. (tutors, professors, food service, administrators)

LVL 1 - FINISH PLAN

• Arch/MEP/Structural conflict detection • Material and façade configuration studies • Plaza and site hardscape design studies. • Site access and utility coordination. • Prepared Campus Design Review meeting

presentations.

LVL 2 - PROGRAM

• Clerestory structure and lighting studies.

SCHEMATIC DESIGN / DESIGN DEVELOPMENT / CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION • Aided in translating various 2d and 3d design

files into a common project team platform. • Full Revit architecture coordination with project

consultants. (Structural, MEP, A/V, Food Service, Lighting, and life safety)

LVL 2 - FINISH PLAN

• Aided in design, review, and coordination of

key defining architectural elements. (window module, metal panel, glazing, and structure).

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Office-related / Predesign / Schematic / Design Development / Construction Documents

University of Arkansas - Student Athlete Success Center

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Design Detailing - Window

Views and drawings of window and clerestory detailing. I worked with another designer to coordinate and detail the key architectural features. Deep-punched windows and a stacked clerestory required thorough and clear coordination of ; metal panel, storefront, steel, and roofing consultants.

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Office-related / Predesign / Schematic / Design Development / Construction Documents

Kansas State University - West Stadium Expansion Location: Manhattan, Kansas Type: Sports (Higher Education) Size: 250,000SF Completion Date: 2014 Architect: Heery (Design) and AECom New renovations to the Bill Snyder Family Stadium represents a historic step towards the future of Kansas State University and K-State Athletics. The Stadium and its associated activities are an integral part of the campus athletic experience as well as a major recruiting tool for all K-State sports and the University in general. The newly expanded and renovated stadium enhanced VIP amenities and created new price points to drive revenue. Heery acted as the sports design consultant to the architect of record, AECOM. This project focuses on an eight-story new press/suite tower above the existing grandstands. Service components on the main lobby entry level include ticketing and merchandise sales, restrooms and concessions, as well as TV production staging and all associated infrastructure to support the facility. Also included is a tailgate terrace, unique to all of college football with two pre-game activation spaces for 717 people. The second level of the stadium includes club seating with outdoor terraces, and a mezzanine level with 38 fourseat loges that overlook the club lounge. On the third level, the Heery team designed a University Lounge area, suites, and conference space. Level four includes individual suites with a large gathering space dedicated to those patrons. Finally the fifth level was designed is for a 100person working press level. (Summary courtesy of Heery International 2016) 13


Office-related / Predesign / Schematic / Design Development / Construction Documents

Kansas State University - West Stadium Expansion PROJECT ROLE

LVL 2.5 - Loge________

Intern architect

DESIGN COMMUNICATION & VISUALIZATION • Building section, sight-line, and massing studies. • Space planning and extensive seating/suite

configuration studies for prospective donors. • Arch/MEP/Structural conflict detection

LVL 3 - Suites A_______

• Building and plaza lighting analysis. • Plaza and site hardscape and design studies. • ADA compliance analysis • Prepared Campus Design Review meeting

presentations. • Stone coursing and concourse façade studies.

SCHEMATIC DESIGN / DESIGN DEVELOPMENT / CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION

LVL 4 - Suites B_______

• Aided in translating various 2d and 3d design files

into a BIM project model. • Full Revit architecture coordination with project

consultants. (Structural, MEP, A/V, Food Service, Lighting, and life safety) • Aided in design, review, and coordination of precast LVL 5 - Press__________

architectural elements. • Design and coordination of the monumental

concourse entrance gates.

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Office-related / Predesign / Schematic / Design Development / Construction Documents

Broward County Courthouse PROJECT ROLE Intern designer and detailer

DESIGN COMMUNICATION & VISUALIZATION • Striated tower concrete façade studies. • Building and plaza lighting analysis. • Plaza and site hardscape and design studies.

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT/ CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION • Entrance canopy design and detailing. • Extensive waterproofing drawing coordination

with consultants.. • Exterior lighting coordination with in-house

electrical engineers. • Extensive red-line corrections for construction

document drawing submittals.

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Additional Projects and Renderings

Memphis University - Indoor Football Practice Facility Rendering (office) Clemson University - Stadium Renovation Proposal Rendering (office)

2013 CANstruction - Judges’ Favorite (office)

Broward County Batman Timelapse Rendering (personal)

Memphis University - Indoor Football Practice Facility Rendering (office) Clemson University - Stadium Renovation Proposal Rendering (office)

Clemson University - Stadium Renovation Proposal Rendering (office)

Clemson University - Basketball Arena Proposal Rendering (office)

MODA 2014 - IKEA Chair Hack Competition (personal)

Chairish Atlanta 2014 - Antimorphic emitter lamp - natural resin casting (personal) 16

Dan Scott recent works  

Academic and Professional Portfolio

Dan Scott recent works  

Academic and Professional Portfolio

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