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Emily Sprunger


Emily Sprunger Portfolio: https://issuu.com/emilysprunger/docs/portfolio

CONTACT

WORK EXPERIENCE

(440) 537-0787 sprungem@mail.uc.edu 6403 Edgerton Road North Royalton, OH 44133

Ware Malcomb, Atlanta, GA - Architecture Intern January 2018 - April 2018 Skills: Worked mainly on site planning. Made Autocad floor plans, created 3d models of warehouses in Revit. Printed plans, dropped off sets to permitting offices. Helped with construction documents.

EDUCATION

University of Cincinnati Architecture Construction Management Graduate 2020 3.4 GPA

AWARDS AND HONORS Cincinnatus Scholar University of Cincinnati Dean’s List Laying of the Wreath Ceremony Arlington National Cemetery

University of Cincinnati Honors Program - Design Intern May 2018 - Present Skills: Working with video editing software, designing posters and advertisements. Speak with honors students, re-designing pamphlets. Filming promotional videos and taking stock photos.


SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

LEADERSHIP

Chi Omega - Pi Alpha Chapter DAAP Alliance Construction Student Association UC Mountaineering Club Accelerating Racial Justice E2C Symposium

DAAP Tribunal August 2016 - December 2017 Roll: DAAPer of the Week Coordinator Field Trip Committee Chair Educational Events Committee Alpha Rho Chi Brother February 2017 - Present

TECHNICAL SKILLS AutoCad Rhino Revit Adobe Suite Model Building Site Planning Microsoft Office

Roll: Pledge Class President Student Government DAAP Tribunal Senator May 2017 - December 2017 Roll: representative at UC Student Government Emerging Campus Leaders August 2016 - May 2017 Roll: Team building and connections to become future leaders on campus

VOLUNTEERING Meet with Haitian Foreign Exchange students UC Dance Marathon Little Free Libraries at Hays Porter School Camp Bearcat Peer Leader


POETICS OF MOVEMENT My vision was to design an experiential walkway inspired by the movements of the wind. I also wanted to incorporate the feeling of natural space and drama in an urban environment. I used the tall arch structures to give the illusion of soaring air or moving with the wind and the height off the ground gives the effect of floating or being lofted in the air. Utilizing the sunken area, I created a green space that encourages visitors to sit and enjoy the space.










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POETRY FOUNDATION The Composition Center is a space that cultivates growth and expansion of a visitor’s mind. My first inspiration was a greenhouse, and I used the idea of growth and light to inspire my poetry foundation. The envelope of the building is representative of the idea of expansion through the gradual incline of the ceiling height and the linear windows. While exploring the composition of a poem, I was interested in how rhyme schemes act as a layering effect that works to form the final composition. I used this layering effect to divide the building into 3 “layers” or floors that each host a unique set of programming.


Layer 3 - Immersing

This is the layer of growth and knowledge. The atrium space allows for the individual to look down to the previous layers and reflect. It is a space of understanding and acceptance of the art of poetry.

Layer 2 - Experiencing

The atrium space bridges the gap between the third and first level. With the gallery, auditorium and research space, this layer has diverse programming and aids the visitor in experiencing new art forms.

Layer 1 - Introducing

These are the first steps to learning. The atrium and multipurpose spaces are open and light and it invites the visitor to move forward.


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work of the mashrabiya to the completed ferent drawing types and composite


MASHRABIYA My mashrabiya was achieved by taking a pattern and simplifying it to where it looks lighter and an abstraction of the original pattern. I created the structural portion by manipulating a common barrel vault using the cage edit tool in Rhino.


DESIGN/BUILD FOLLY In our group of 8, we decided on the inspiration of deconstructivism and cubism. Through sketches and modeling we came to the conclusion of a tilted cube with different seating integrated within the form. My design contribution was the addition of the slats to create interesting shadows and enhance the structure.


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CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS For my minor in Construction Management, we were assigned numerous plans and elevations in Autocad. We covered the basics of how to create different line types, annotate, and set up sheets.


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TINY HOUSE EXPERIMENT My tiny house project was inspired by my love for residential design and efficient living. I explored many different roof lines and lengths when it came to designing the two final models. I researched several interior layouts and what users would need in the space. These two designs were seen as the most efficient and accommodating.


INTERST

ATE

55'

COMMERCE

95

ROAD

PROPOSED DETENTION

RIGHT-IN ONLY

(20) 9' x 10' DOCK-HIGH TRUCK-DOORS

810'

OFFICE +/-2,500 SF

NVR TENANT SPACE 'A' FOOTPRINT: 251,100 SF

60'

1.11 ACRES (+/-48,182 SF)

70'

190'

60'

PROPOSED DETENTION

(41) 9' x 10' DOCK-HIGH TRUCK-DOORS

810'

FUTURE AUTOPARKING AREA

OFFICE +/-2,500 SF

54' TYP.

FOOTPRINT: 461,700 SF

INDUSTRIAL BUILDING

DEMISING WALL

570'

570'

CLEAR HEIGHT: 36'

FOOTPRINT: 461,700 SF CLEAR HEIGHT: 36'

40' TENANT SPACE 'B'

54' TYP.

RY WA

Y

60'

RAMP

(40) 9' x 10' DOCK-HIGH TRUCK-DOORS

60'

INDUST

OFFICE

60'

678'

60'

50' TYP.

FOOTPRINT: 210,600 SF

A

70'

70'

190'

(CONCRETE)

SECURE FENCE & SLIDING GATE

190'

52' TYP.

60'

60'

(1

60'

60' 50'

R

E

N

T

O

V

E

N

U

E

BUILDING EXPANSION +/- 116,100 SF

577,800 OVERALL

N

VICINITY

60'

60'

T

PROPOSED DETENTION

VICINITY MAP

5.24 ACRES (+/-228,262 SF)

This conceptual design is based upon a preliminary review of entitlement requirements and on unverified and possibly incomplete site and/or building information, and is intended merely to assist in exploring how the project might be developed.

SITE

1" =100

0

50

100

200

Conceptual Site Plan

scheme: 23

Commerce Road Industrial Park

ATL17-0014-00 04.18.2018

Richmond, Virginia This conceptual design is based upon a preliminary review of entitlement requirements and on unverified and possibly incomplete site and/or building information, and is intended merely to assist in exploring how the project might be developed.

scheme: 01

1" =60'

0

30

60

150

300

NORTH

Conceptual Site Plan Tanners Creek

ATL18-0015-00 2.27.2018

Hall County, Georgia

SHEET

#1

FUTURE PARKING

RE TU E FU FIC OF

BUILDING 6

960'

41,130 SF

BUILDING 4 ' 50 P. TY

41,100 SF

FUTURE OFFICE

' 52 P. TY

4'

36

' 60 P. TY

RE TU E FU FIC OF

INDU

0'

11

FUTURE OFFICE

37,750 SF

PROPOSED OFFICE

CLEA

INT:

R HE

54' TYP .

BUIL

DING

348,

320

IGH

T: 32

'

SF

FUTURE PARKING

52' TYP.

50' OL

30'

PA

ETA

W

6

(82)

132,110 SF

12'X

53' TRA

ILER

STA

LLS

FUTURE OFFICE

FUTURE OFFICE

216,

HEIG

HT:

BUILDING 2

52' TYP.

SH

75,950 SF

MO

RG

60'

PA

RK

964

G

SF

PROPOSED OFFICE 2,750 SF

W

AY 32'

90'

AN

48'

60'

210'

65'

DETENTION POND 3.73 AC

FUTURE OFFICE

705'

50' TYP.

FUTURE OFFICE

60'

160'

468'

32'

PROPOSED OFFICE 2,750 SF

60'

FUTURE OFFICE

PROPOSED OFFICE 4,500 SF

LLS

EAR

77'

FUTURE OFFICE

K

INDU PROPO S S FOO TRIAL ED TPR BUIL INT: DIN CL

12'X

FUTURE OFFICE

(52)

624'

ILER

BUILDING 3

52' TYP.

53' TRA

50' TYP.

305'

60'

52' TYP.

VICINITY MAP

BUILDING 1

FUTURE OFFICE

75,950 SF

FUTURE OFFICE

468'

40' MUTUAL ACCESS EASEMENT

PROPOSED OFFICE 4,500 SF

FUTURE OFFICE

60 ' BU ' DR ILD AIN ING SE AG E EA TBAC K SE ME NT

45

DETENTION POND 1.5 AC

15 ' UT ' VE ILITY GE TA EASE TIV ME E BU NT FF ER

10

20' BUIL DING 5' VEG SET BAC ETA K TIVE BUF FER

FUTURE OFFICE

EMPLOYEE ENTRANCE

This conceptual design is based upon a preliminary review of entitlement requirements and on unverified and possibly incomplete site and/or building information, and is intended merely to assist in exploring how the project might be developed.

scheme: 02

1" =100

0

50

100

200

500

NORTH

Conceptual Site Plan Interstate Commerce Park

Cartersville, Georgia

ATL18-0016-00 04.18.2018

SHEET

#1

This conceptual design is based upon a preliminary review of entitlement requirements and on unverified and possibly incomplete site and/or building information, and is intended merely to assist in exploring how the project might be developed.

1:100

0

50

100

Conceptual Site Plan

scheme: 01

Pooler

S.H. Morgan Parkway, Pooler, Georgia

PROPOSED DETENTION 0.53 ACRES (+/- 23,000 SF)

BIKE RACK

310'

PROPOSED STAMPED CONCRETE PEDESTRIAN SIDEWALK

50' TYP.

5'

60'

60'

70'

. U.S ND 8 OU Y 7 HB A . RT HW U.S NO HIG ND 8 OU Y 7 HB A UT HW SO HIG

185'

20'

55'

54'

ON

FR GE

369,470 SF 32'

AD

CLEAR HEIGHT:

RO

1188'

FOOTPRINT

TA

PROPOSED BUILDING 200

INDUSTRIAL

FUTURE AUTO / TRAILER STORAGE

55 ' BIKE RACK

' 70 5' 18 '

60

' 50 P. TY

FUTURE AUTO / TRAILER STORAGE

'

3

BIKE RACK

60

' 12

ED OS IAL OP TR 300 SF PR US G 9,090 ' D IN IN ILD T 12 HT: 32 BU RIN HEIG

PROPOSED STAMPED CONCRETE PEDESTRIAN SIDEWALK

P R OT LEA C

FO

BIKE RACK

60 ' '

60 '

5'

18

70

EXISTING PARK-DETENTION

55 '

E

AG

NT

O FR RO AD

55'

210'

60'

80'

60'

I-1

PROPOSED OFFICE

FUTURE OFFICE

BAC

FER

58'

AN

D

SET

BUF

STA

AY

TIVE

KING

RK

PAR

ER

53' 4" TYP .

PO

60'

TO

60'

FUTURE OFFICE

60' VEG

360'

61'

FUTURE OFFICE

100'

20' BUIL

DING

50' TYP.

110'

IAL

5' VEG ETA 20' BUIL TIVE BUF FER DING SET BAC K

60' TYP.

STR

TPR

364'

52' TYP.

70' TYP.

FOO

0' 11 P. TY

BUILDING 5

50' TYP.

OFFICE

F

,6

73

INDUSTRIAL BUILDING

160'

328'

ET 68 S

D

PROPOS ED BUILDI NG 209,56 0 SF

364'

PROPOS ED EXPANS 104,78 ION 0 SF

SIDEWALK TO BUS STOP

N .) TIO.6 AC

EN

50' TYP.

60'

12' TYP.

310'

310'

30'

190' 70'

60'

70'

1.52 ACRES (+/-66,154 SF)

scheme: 10

Conceptual Site Plan I-22 Logistics Park

Olive Branch, Mississippi

This conceptual design is based upon a preliminary review of entitlement requirements and on unverified and possibly incomplete site and/or building information, and is intended merely to assist in exploring how the project might be developed.

1" =100'

0

50

100

200


EP

E UTSID RE O SECU ORAGE ST1.1 ACRES

12'X15

' DOCK

' DOOR

HIGH DOOR

50'

255'

T PRIN T: 32' FOOT EAR HEIGH CL

45'

0

K

TBAC

DG. SE

RD BL

DE YA

25' SI

468'

58

'

22,95

30' ROAD

LOOP

OSED PROP BUILDING RIAL 19,340 SF 1 DUST

IN

E OFFICSF

10'X12

75 ' BL FRO DG N .S TY ET AR BA D CK

APPROXIMATE LOCATION OF FLOOD PLAIN - AREA EXCLUDED FROM NET ACREAGE CALCULATIONS

DOCK EYOR CONV DOORS HIGH HIGH DOCK S K DOOR TRUC

60'

54' TYP.

36'

5' RETAINING WALL

135'

60'

TER

K TBAC AR YA

RD BL

FE

75'

RI VE RS ID

PROPOSED DETENTION

NCE

DUMPS

K

SETBAC

40' RE

AR KW AY

ENING

SCRE

55'

2' RETAINING WALL

BLDG.

DG. SE

E YARD

25' SID

TR

OO

NC

IR

CL

E

This conceptual design is based upon entitlement requirements and on unv incomplete site and/or building infor merely to assist in exploring how the

scheme: 04

Conceptual Site Plan 8050 Troon Circle

Cobb County, Georgia

SITE PLANNING These are a collection of site plans I made and/or edited during my co-op term with Ware Malcomb. We did mostly heavy industrial work, so most of my site planning included truck courts, parking areas and detention ponds.


UHP PROJECTS For the University Honors Program, I have created some new logos and graphics for their handouts and pamphlets. Over the course of the semester, I will be working on the rebranding of the Honors program and creating new materials and logos for their program.


Emily Sprunger (440) 537-0787 sprungem@mail.uc.edu

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