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Jeffrey Ryan

603-998-2584 jfryryan@gmail.com

Skills

Architectural Design and Rendering, Project Management, Customer Relationship Management, Facility Management, Drawing, Figurative Oil Painting, Finish Carpentry, Furniture Design and Fabrication, Woodworking Software - Google Sketch-Up, Auto-Cad, Microsoft Office, Photoshop, InDesign, Learning Revit

Education

Boston Architectural College Candidate for M. Arch. - 2015 Art Students League, New York, NY Studio Painting University of New Hampshire BFA Oil Painting

Experience

Arens Stoneworks, Greenland, NH Liaison between designers and clients to translate ideas and assure complete satisfaction with finished project Collaborate with other contractors to resolve design problems Production and Project Management, Fabrication

2008-2014

Penington Friends House, New York, NY, Co-Manager Coordinated and directed day-to-day facility management activities Conducted ongoing physical examination and evaluation of structure in compliance with city building and fire code regulations Designer, Consultant and Project Manager for period restoration of facade on brownstone Designer and Project Manager for new roof and custom deck on brownstone Project Manager for updating physical and mechanical plant Liaison with Friends Seminary for major school renovation project

1991-2005

Svida Design, Stratham, NH and New York, NY- Founder Designed and fabricated custom furniture and lighting Worked with notable clients creating products to meet their specific needs Designed and fabricated key elements for New York City restaurants Responsible for all aspects of physical plant in private residences Designed a line of wooden toys based on historic vehicles

1991-2008

Interests Art, design, antique cars, vintage motorcycles, travel, skiing, cycling


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Project-4 Penington Friends House! ! Roof+Deck

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Project Manager/designer

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Cost- $97,000 Roof- stripping repair 4” rigid foam isulation Carlyle Rubber System——-$80,000 Steel and redwood deck——$17,000

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Penington Friends house, at the time ! of this project was a 100 year old Quaker residential community. One of the many attributes of the Penington was, and is the numerous community spaces that are available for the residents. One of these was a small deck, more of a platform on the roof that functioned as a deck. This small space had no railings and complete access to the roof and parapet perimeter.!

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When I was involved with the re-roofing of the building the removal of the platform became necessary. At this point it was decided to provide a new more secure rooftop space.!

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We embarked on a complete stripping of the existing roof down to the planking. Then the carlyle system consisted of 4” foil back dense foam insulation with the rubber sheets applied over. All parapets were repointed and lead coated copper was applied over as capping.

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Project-4 Penington Friends House! Roof+Deck

I worked with an engineer to design a roof deck system which would meet the needs of a Carlyle Rubber Roof system. This particular system required that nothing should come in contact with the horizontal rubber. Therefor we inserted W flanges into the parapet walls, allowing the deck to float.

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I designed a system whereby the C end of the longitudinal W flange would insert into the A horizontal steel beam and then rest on top of the B horizontal beam allowing for the necessary cantilever to reach the bulkhead door.

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BULKHEAD DOOR

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Project-4 Penington Friends House! Facades refacing Project Manager

Penington Friends House suffered the same fate as ! many other Brownstone in Manhattan in terms of its facade.! At some point after neglect the ornamentation on the ! facade of the structure began to weather and fall off. In addition to this the cornices on many brownstones fell on to the sidewalks creating concern. The response was to remove the cornices and all potentially dangerous ornamentation. What the city ended up with was streets of smooth faced structures. This was the fate that befell the Penington.!

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Over time spalling developed, water penetrated and gaps became apparent around the windows. !

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I interviewed various contractors in the neighborhood who were refacing brownstones and invited them to present a proposal. The Board of Directors were presented with a bid after I negotiated with the contractor for the sum of $52,500. !

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Project-4 Penington Friends House! Facades refacing

The way they resurface is by jackhammering the old surface down to the original stone.! Then a mixture of tinted cement is troweled over the stone and scribed to resemble the cut stones.!

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Moldings were fabricated around windows and doors based on a photo from the 1920�s.!

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We noticed, during the following winter that the heating use was down, and rooms were much warmer, less drafty.

Original stone exposed

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New window molding


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In this quick study I was interested in exploring! the structure of the model. There was a strength! and permanence to the way she positioned herself ! which masked the fragility of her frame.

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RECLINING NUDE


PRIVATE RESIDENCE-RENOVATED CHICKEN COOP


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LEICESTER, UK- INTERIOR RENDERING


SULLIVAN COURTHOUSE PROJECT-INTERIOR SECTION


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