Francis Address: 432 3rd Street, NE Apt. #1 Washington, DC 20002
D’Andrea Professional Experience: Lehman-Smith McLeish, Washington, D.C. (June 2013 - Present) Architect I (June 2013 - November 2014), Architect II (November 2014 - Present) •
Have become a valued member of the studio for excellence in both design and technical aspects of project delivery: strategic planning, test-fits, schematic design, construction documents, and construction administration.
Selected Experience: King & Spalding - Washington, D.C.
Phased refresh of six floors (apx. 100,000 sf) of existing office space including reception/conference area finish and lighting upgrades, new pantries and practice floor finishes. Currently entering construction.
Fee Munson Ebert, San Francisco, CA (March-August 2012)
University of Cincinnati M.A. Architecture, 2013
Gained experience on both interior and base-building projects in various stages of development. Selected Experience: Runway - San Fransisco, CA •
Responsible for documentation of 30,000 SF Class A office space interior renovation
Clemson University B.A. Architecture, 2010 Magna Cum Laude Departmental Honors Calhoun Honors College
Lehman-Smith McLeish, Washington, D.C. (January-March/June-August 2011)
OTJ Architects, Washington, D.C. (May-September 2010)
Architectural Intern •
Gained experience in construction document phase of building repositioning project. Selected Experience: 2001 M Street - Washington, D.C. •
Member of project team responsible for delivery of construction documents on project to reposition and re-clad a 9 story office building and add 2 new floors (284,000 SF total).
Architectural Intern Selected Experience: Managed Funds Association - Washington, D.C. •
Responsible for Interior renovation of 20,000 SF of Class A office space - from schematic design through construction documents
Mancini Duffy Architecture and Design, Washington, D.C. (Summers 2006-2008) Architectural Intern
Awards, Honors and Publications: 35th Cooper Source Awards - Winner Student Category (July 2012) •
Entry Full Disclosure was selected as winner in the nationwide competition
Schmelling Scholarship (November 2011) •
Awarded by University of Cincinnati to outstanding Graduate Student of Architecture
D3 Natural Systems Competition 2010 - Third Place (September 2010) •
Recipient of the South Carolina Chapter AIA award (April 2010) •
Awarded to one fourth year undergraduate student for academic achievement,highest quality of design ability,professional promise and service
Third Advanced Architecture Competition - Honorable mention (January 2010) • •
Skills: • •
Placed in top six of 702 professional and student entries from 120 countries Entry Reciprocity published in 3rd Advanced Architecture Competition, Self Sufficient City: Envisioning the Habitat of the Future (May 2010) Proficient in: Autodesk Revit, Autodesk Architectural Desktop, AutoCAD, Microstation, Sketchup, Rhinoceros, Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design, Office Suite General Knowledge of: Maya, 3ds Max, ESRI ArcMap