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Contents VondelPark Rio de Janeiro City of Gainesville Trimark Properties RTS Re-Development Mid-Town’s Downtown History Park Turlington Plaza Institute on Aging Indonesia Study Abroad Dignity Village Resume Matrix

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VondelPark Ground Truthing and Render

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Sections Section A

Leeds

North Sea

Norwich

United Kingdom

English Channel

Amsterdam Vondelpark

Netherlands

Eindhoven

London

Bristol

Cologne

Brussels Brussel Legend:

Belgium

Capitals

Liege

Lille Charleroi

Country Boundaries Province Boundaries Important Cities

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Luxembourg

100 mi. Picardy

Sections Section B

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Rio de Janeiro Ground Truthing and Render for Flamingo Park 10

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Rio de Janeiro Mapping, Analysis and Synthesis

Pedestrian

Attrations and Federal Bldg

Sao Joao Da Barra

Campos Dos Goytacazes

Cantagalo

Quissama Bom Jardim

Carapebus

Nova Friburgo

Macae

Teresopolis Cachoeira De MacauTeresopolis

Volta Redonda Pinheiral

Casimro De Abreu Rio Das Ostras Japeri Rio Bonito

Rio Claro

Seropedica

Itaglai

Silva Jardim

Queimados Itaborai

RIO DE JANEIRO

Parque do Flamengo

Marcia

Ara

Armacao Dos Buzios Iguaba Grande Sao Pedro Da Aldeia Cabo Frio

Anfra Dos Reis Mangaratiba

Road and Interstates South Atlantic Ocean 0

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Power Line Park Master Plan for Gainesville, Florida Park Chosen Best Design by City Parks and Recrea on 14

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Trimark Properties Master Plan for Savion Place with Innova on Terrace 16

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City of Gainesville Mixed Use Development adjacent to Depot Park 18

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Master Plan for Medium and High Density Mixed Use Development

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This massing study shows the shaded promenade that skirts the park at the lower level. The promenade also contains shops and is designed at a scale intended for human comfort.

Then the scale steps up to the higher density to take advantage of the view of the park and Paynes Prairie to the south.

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My Minor in Urban and Regional Planning and my deep interest in designing within the urban fabric led me to amazing projects. The following projects involved digitally designing and manually building models in SketchUp, helping me understand the spatial relationships between the horizontal and vertical elements within the urban environment. Extensive GIS site analysis, AutoCAD truthing, and Photoshop rendering were needed to develop the complex sites.

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Mid-Town’s Downtown Connected • Entertainment • Living • Shopping • Parking


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Pedway Connecting to Emerson Hall from Stadium


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LEGEND Pedway Bridges

Street to be Closed to Vehicular TraďŹƒc at Night

New Parking Garage

Under-construction

Design Concept The way the University was planned does not have a cohesive connec on to the fabric of Gainesville-the school and the City have grown inside and around each other without communica on or a shared vision between the two en es, outside of the development of Innova on Square. The City of Gainesville has lacked a city-wide vision and comprehensive planning ini a ves, other than through the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA). The design area is limited by Emerson Alumni Hall/NW 20th Terrace to the west to the corner of University Avenue and 13th Street to the east, north to NW 2nd Avenue, and south to South Union Road. Within the project area is a sports facility that can house over 85,000 people for events and games. There is a large amount of development within the surrounding area in both the University and the City. The design aims to create a cohesive system that es the University of Florida campus into the urban fabric of the City. This will create a dynamic, vibrant area that is safe and convenient for ci zens, students, sta, and visitors to the city to enjoy, live, work, and be entertained. 26

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Pedway connecting to Library West

New Parking Garage on University Avenue with blended styles fitting Architectural Context.

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History Park Park and Trail Head Master Plan 1

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History Park

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Master Plan

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The History Plaza with its trains to roads and to present tour of history through the different historical kiosks built in the styles of the periods from cracker style to Flageresque/Mizner. So that not only those on the trail network will have a great way stop but those on the high way. The History Plaza main building houses restroom facilities, vending machines, Model Train Room with Video of Tour of the development of the Flagler Railroad and how its reach through John Hastings creat-ed the train network to support his developments in St Augustine and eventually in West Palm Beach

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Red Brick Drive with Granite Trim

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Wooden Bridge to Create Entrance Threshold

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Permeable Road for Logging Access Road (Occasional Use)

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Bio Filtration for Storm Water

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Bike Parking and Misting Station

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Hand Pump Train Cart & Track (Two Stations)

Train Playscape

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Large Pavilion with Grill for Events and Groups

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Smaller Picnic Pavilions

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Small Bridge Crossing

Large Bridge Crossing

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Trail Entrance and Bike Fix-It Station

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Entrance Sculpture Lighted

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Small Seating Pavilion

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OBJECTIVE: To create an a rac ve amenity with unique features which will en ce travelers from the trail and State Road 207 to stop and explore. Families from nearby towns will visit the park to play and picnic. The park features a mini railroad with “history sta ons� that tells how the area was developed as agricultural land for potatoes and other vegetables. 30

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Construction Details

8'-8 5 " 16

0'-77 8"

History Park Grand Pavilion

CLAY BARREL TILE ROOF - GABLE

CHERT STONE

1'

RED CLAY PAVER

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1 X 3' FOUNDATION TYP. REBAR PLACEMENT

GRAND PAVILION COLUMN ELEVATION SCALE1/2" = 1' - 0"

8" GLULAM WOOD BEAM

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GRAND PAVILION ELEVATION 6" GLULAM WOOD BEAM

SCALE 1/4" = 1' - 0"

1 4"

4'-41 4"

18'-71 8"

10'-10"

STEEL WITH 21" BOLTS

22'-11"

33'-4"

COLUMN LOCATION SEE DTAIL

10" X 10" GLULAM BEAM PREFAB

4" X 4" GLULAM BEAM PREFAB

8" X 8" GLULAM BEAM PREFAB

10" GLULAM WOOD BEAM

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GRAND PAVILION FRAMING PLAN SCALE 1/4" = 1' - 0"

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GRAND PAVILION FRAMING DETAIL SCALE 2" = 1' - 0"


10'-734"

0'-2"

1" 0'-216

5'-43 4"

0'-75 8"

0'-1"

CEMENT CAP

7" 0'-78

1" 1'-316

1'

TYP. REBAR PLACEMENT

7" 11'-98

STD CMU WALL

LIGHT WEIGHT CONCRETE

CLAY CHIMNEY LINER CAST IN PLACE 12" X 12" X 24" CHERT STONE

5" 1'-1116

5'-713" 16

CUSTOM RED CLAY CAP FIRE BRICK

LIONS HEAD TILE RED CLAY FLUE CUSTOM RED CLAY TILES

RED CLAY PAVER

7" 10'-616

CUSTOM RED CLAY ARCH

1" 2'-18

0'-83" 8

7" 6'-116

FIRE BRICK ASH CLEANOUT

FIRE PLACE SLAB 1' TYP. REBAR PLACEMENT

1'

2' X 3' FOUNDATION TYP. REBAR PLACEMENT

5" 1'-1016

1" 2'-104

1'-10" 8'

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1'-10"

1'-10" 5" 8'-616

5" 13'-816

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GRAND PAVILION FIREPLACE FRONT AND SIDE ELEVATION

GRAND PAVILION FIREPLACE SECTION SCALE 1/2" = 1' - 0"

SCALE 1/2" = 1'

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Turlington Plaza UF Historic Plaza Master Plan 34

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Institute on Aging UF Health Center Courtyard Design

Spring Section

Summer Section

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Master Plan

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BUS STOP PERSPECTIVE

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BUS STOP FRONT

SCALE: NTS

SCALE:

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BUS STOP SIDE A

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BUS STOP SIDE B

SCALE:

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The details in SketchUp Pro of the Transit Stop work within the existing context of the Institute on Aging Architecture and the proposed Center Courtyard Design.

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SCALE:

NTS


Irrigation Plan TREMRON HEX PAVER 16" GRAY CLR MIX I

TREMRON PLANK PAVER SAND COLOR MIX G PERMALOCK SS BORDER SYSTEM J TREMRON PLANK PAVER GREY COLOR MIX H

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BRICK DETAIL SCALE 3"=1'-0

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TREMRON HEX PAVER 16" GRAY CLR MIX I

TREMRON PLANK PAVER SAND COLOR MIX G PERMALOCK SS BORDER SYSTEM J TREMRON HEX PAVER 16" GRAY CLR MIX I

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BRICK DETAIL SCALE 3"=1'-0

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TREMRON PLANK SAND MIX

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REFUSE/RECYCLE CONTAINER

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FOUNTAIN BASE FOR SCULTURE

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TREMRON HEX PAVER GREY MIX

SCALE NTS

SCALE NTS

SCALE NTS

BRICK DETAIL SCALE 3"=1'-0

1'-0" 1" RADIUS FINISHED CORNER FINISH GRADE APPLY WATERPROOF SEALANT TO BACK OF WALL

4'-0"

CONTINUOUS HORIZONTAL #5 REBAR @ 16" O.C.

SCALE NTS

SCALE NTS

SCALE NTS

VERTICAL #5 REBAR W/ STD HOOK

POURED IN PLACE CONCRETE

DRAIN FIELD GRAVEL 1' X1'

8"

3" PERFORARTED DRAIN PIPE

2" H X 4" W KEY

1'-0"

8" MIN

1'-0"

POURED IN PLACE CONCRETE FOOTER W/ REINFORCEMENT

3" MIN

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3'-3"

COMPACTED SUBGRADE

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RETAINING WALL SECTION SCALE 3/4" = 1' - 0"

RETAINING WALL CALCULATIONS SCALE N/A

SS 2" SQUARE POST PREDRILLE

1'-4"

3" SS CAP 1"

1.0"

1'-6"

CONTINUOUS REBAR GROUTED IN BOND BEAM

3.5"

STD RED CLAY BRICK STD CONRETE BLOCK

VERTICAL REBAR @ REQUIRED O.C. SPACING WITH STD. HOOK

3'-11.3"

8" 1'-0"

3"

CONCRETE FOOTING WITH REINFORCEMENT AS REQUIRED

COMPACTED SUBGRADE

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5'-2" O.C.

SAND SET PAVER SECTION SCALE 3/4" = 1' - 0"

SCALE NTS

SCALE NTS

CONCRETE BASE

5" 1"

2.0"

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SCALE NTS

STAINLESS 3/8" ROD

8.0"

2'-6"

3" O.C.

SS 1" SQUARE POST PREDRILLE FINISH GRADE

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5"

STAINLESS STEEL RAILING SECTION SCALE 3/4" = 1' - 0"

Construction Details

2.5"

1.0"

SS CAP 1"

GRAVEL DRAIN EDGE ALONG RETAINING WALL

SS 2" SQUARE END POST PREDRILLED

3'-11.3"

1- 12" SAND SETTING BED 4" AGGREGATE SUBBASE

STABILIZED SUBGRADE

STAINLESS 3/8" ROD

8.0"

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3" O.C.

PERMALOC SS EDGE SYSTEM CONCRETE PAVERS

SAND SET PAVER SECTION SCALE 1" = 1' - 0"

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Center Courtyard Design

CONCRETE BASE

SS RAILING SECTION (SIDE VIEW) SCALE 3/4" = 1' - 0"

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Indonesia Study Abroad Design Workshop Master Plan of Recrea on and Wetland/Reservoir Restora on Kacang Pedang

The University of Florida gave 7 students the opportunity to collaborate with an Indonesian University, the Ins tut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), on a design project in Pinkal Pinang, Indonesia, located on Bangka Island. 40

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The proposal included circula on, drainage, wetland restora ons, community parks, and recrea onal centers. A topographically complex and physically large site with mul ple cultural and historic priori es provided the study area with many design issues to be solved and conceptualized. The project had a ght deadline and difficult working condi ons, including 75-hour work weeks, limited access to the Internet, and a language barrier. Despite the challenges, this study abroad project was an incredible experience and a wonderful learning opportunity.

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KacangPedang

Tin Mining: 75 % of Economy-30 % Revenue from tin mining. Tourism: New economic driver Diversifies economy • •

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New Cultural Identity for Kacang Pedang (12 heroes) Water Management + Cultural Identity + New Green Public Space Sulaiman Saimin Island

Saman Tholib Island

Romantic Park Hangout, Wedding

Memorial Park Soldier Information, Military Visualization

Sudirman Street

Saman Samin Island

Teluk Bayur

– Flooding and Polluted water source – Damaged wetlands and Tin Sedimentation – Erosion and poor soil – Dilapidated infrastructure – Lack of waste management

Community Farming Urban Farming, market Plaza

Abdul Majid Gambang Island

Reach to the Sky Wall Climbing, Cafe, Hooch

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2km

Adam Cholik Island Sporty Field Flying Fox, Futsal, Playgorund, Jogging Track

Salim Adok Island Hide and Seek Playing Slide, Hangout, Dock

Challenge Game Labyrinth, Dock

Suardi Marsam Island

Kacang an ang ng Pedang

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Karto Saleh Island

Komar Island

Racing Area Skate Board, remote control area

Semarang Cultural Park Viewing Deck, Dock, Pendopo

Apip Adi Island

Ali Samid Island

Jamher Island

Path in the Air Tree House, Hooch

Harbour and Beach Dock, Boat Rental, Cafe

Friendship Island Hangout, Deck

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City of Gainesville Grace Market Place and Dignity Village

Site Proposal Long Term Design •

Overall Site: Grading and Food Forest

Each Zone: • • •

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Bath House Seating Circles Prefab Slab or Poured Slab with Lock Box set to State Design Standards Hammock Standard Tubes Rubber Mats Holes for Tents

This semester group project that I co-ordinated and par cipated designing with my fellow students in the crime preven on through environmental design (CPTED) class. It was designed to assist in resolving some of the complex issues with the homeless in Gainesville. The presenta on was given to the Gainesville city Police CPTED department, City Commissioners and staff of Grace Market Place/Dignity Village. . 42

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Individual Sites

4”x4”x8’ Pressure treated wood posts on 4 corners set into pre-fab concrete place holders. Allows for customization of site with hammocks, canopies and/or clothing lines. 15’ x 15’ or larger composite decking material 2x4’s set .5” apart to facilitate drainage. Set into a gravel bed w/ edging.

UF students share long term-vision for Dignity Village

Supported on concrete supports set into gravel bed at edge or underneath decking.

Juniper along with other native plants boundary and a sense of place for each site.

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Lemon grass and other plantings to repel pests.

From the day Grace Marketplace opened in May 2014, tents began to pop up around its perimeter.

Leveled & compacted soil as a base for gravel and pad.

Zone Design Concept for each of the zones

15’ x 15’ or larger Trex or composite decking material 2x4’s set .5” apart to facilitate drainage. Set on concrete supports set into gravel bed. 4”x4”x8’ Pressure treated wood posts on 4 corners set into prefab concrete place holders. Crushed granite or recycled concrete paths and roadways set on sand/lime rock base so creates less of an impervious surface and impact on environment.

Native planting material on slope to facilitate filtration of run off from sites and roadway.

Water retention area planted with littoral plantings, native pines and cypress trees.

Pad Design for Sites Set into a gravel bed 1’ to 2’ larger than the decking with edging to retain material. Trex or composite decking material 2x4’s set .5” apart to facilitate drainage. Set on Concrete supports set into gravel bed.

4”x4”x8’ Pressure treated wood posts on 4 corners set into pre-fab concrete place holders. Allows for customization of site with hammocks, canopies and/or clothing lines.

Zone Design: Section

From the day Grace Marketplace opened in May 2014, tents began to pop up around its perimeter. Over the next several months, the Dignity Village homeless camp developed piecemeal just outside the shelter and social services center. Now, a group of University of Florida urban planning and landscape architecture students have recommended a long-term master plan they say will help the property function more like a true campground, while increasing resources for those seeking to transition out of homelessness. Unveiled at the Grace Marketplace chapel Tuesday afternoon, the plan calls for 240 individual camp sites, each with a 15-by-15 foot tent pad, in six separate zones. Their proposal included 48 Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant sites, utilities such as water and electricity, bathhouse buildings for showers and restrooms, and paths through the site to allow police and emergency vehicles to move through more easily. It also recommended better security lighting, grading the land and digging retention ponds to combat standing water and flooding problems, a community garden, more native plants and an additional access point to Grace Marketplace, which is separated from the campground by a long stretch of fence. Jessica Leonard, who was part of the site design team for the project, said the goal was to make Dignity Village “a more livable space.” The students’ presentation did not include a cost estimate for the recommended improvements to the area, which the city of Gainesville manages and oversees.

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JEFFREY J HAVILAND 715 SW 9th Street Apt. D, Gainesville, FL 32601 | C: 352.359.1810

EDUCATION Santa Fe College | Associate of Arts University of Florida | Bachelor of Arts Landscape Architecture B.A. Minor in Urban Planning

PROFILE Served on the City of Gainesville’s Design Review Board for six years with two of them as Chair. Contributed to the development of new form-based code and code rewrite. Currently attending The University of Florida, College of Landscape Design and Urban Planning.

(Graduating May 2018)

STUDY ABROAD PROJECTS Location Pinkal Pinang, Indonesia Project Master-plan of Kacang Pedang Schools Involved UF & Bundung Inst. of Tech. (ITB) Client City Mayor Wali Kota

ACCOMPLISHMENTS Created an entire marketing firm for a multi million-dollar corporation that began with just five employees. Excellent team collaboration to create and define a product, produce financial reports and problem solving to accomplish goals while maintaining time lines.

INTERNSHIP Ashton Woods LLC | Orlando Landscape Designer | Land Planner Land planning, landscape plans, construction drawings, final product hand and computer renderings, client emails, site visits, and more.

SOFTWARE Adobe Design Software Autodesk AutoCAD Rhino ArcGIS SketchUP Microsoft Office Suite Windows/Apple MAC OS

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SELECTED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Personal Banker and Loan Specialist Bank of America Corporation 2001 to 2011 • Met and exceeded sales in the highest volume branch in Florida. Sold financial products, such as Credit Cards, CD’s IRA’s, loans and deposit accounts and processed loan/real estate financing applications, where I exceeded regional sales in real estate and business loans.


AFFILIATIONS American Society of Landscape Architects - Student Member (ASLA)

SKILLS Advertising+Marketing, Project Management+Logistics Customer Service Event Planning+Trade Shows Financial Planning Human Resources+Training Hospitality Management

Director of Communications and Vice President of Marketing Aavex Communications |Access America Financial Corp 1996 to 2000 • Advised, designed and implemented corporate planning, operations and internal policies and procedures from start-up to a company with over six hundred employees. Initiated, structured and conducted marketing for multiple divisions (business and market analysis, media planning, staff training organizational development.) Designed marketing campaigns with, trade show events, commercials and employee recruitment advertising; coordinate retention initiatives. Managed logistics to handle large national direct mail marketing, printing and customer correspondence systems for internal and client needs.

Sales, Advertising and Design Services Regional Director Images an Office Depot Company 1995 to1996 • Managed business unit with annual sales of over one million dollars, with complete profit and loss responsibility. Created and implement new product lines, evaluate new technologies for implementation. Developed new accounts (e.g. Extended Stay America, Blockbuster, AutoNation, et al.)

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JEFFREY HAVILAND 715 SW 9th Street, APT D, Gainesville, FL 32604-1946 C: 352.359.1810 | jeffrey@haviland.me

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