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Jennifer Martillie Bradley, LEED AP 3520 Circle Lake Ln. Knoxville, TN 37920 865.591.9058 Professional Affiliations USGBC Associate Member, American Institute of Architects Intern/IDP, NCARB Professional Experience McCarty Holsaple McCarty -- Knoxville, Tennessee Intern architect, June 2008 to April 2010; July 2011 to present I am involved with presentation graphics, schematic design, and representational studies of early-phase and construction-phase projects. I provide conceptual models for programming-phase projects, programming and space requirement research, documentation, and coordination with programming. I am in charge of implementing LEED strategies, in both contract documents and LEED documentation, for both LEED NC and LEED EB O&M. I generate contract documents, construction details,and sheets. Also, I coordinate consultant work, updates, and the general updating of construction sets with revisions. I am also responsible for extensive construction administration duties such as RFI review and response, as well as coordinating and tracking construction and consultant RFIs, both at the office and on site. [Projects] State Street Garage Expansion -- Knoxville, Tennessee Safe Skies, MKAA -- Knoxville, Tennessee ORNL CRMS -- Oak Ridge, Tennessee TVA Bellefonte Nuclear Facility -- Hollywood, Alabama Food City Corporate Headquarters -- Abingdon, Virginia Maryville College, Clayton Center for the Arts -- Maryville, Tennessee CapitalMark Bank -- Knoxville, Tennessee Lawler-Wood Interior Build-outs -- Knoxville, Tennessee Holy Ghost Catholic Church -- Knoxville, Tennessee Building 1059, ORNL (LEED) -- Oak Ridge, Tennessee Kingsport Center for Higher Education (LEED) -- Kingsport, Tennessee USGBC, East Tennessee Chapter -- Knoxville, Tennessee Print-Media Graphics Coordinator, February 2010 to present I create, update and manage all graphics produced for chapter. In addition, I am involved with monthly and special announcements (i.e., press releases, brochures, event flyers) via Web-Media Manager, as well as contributing to the monthly newsletter. I also assist other committees with assembling graphic publications or press releases as needed. I perform administrative work for the website, as well. Aislenine, Inc. -- Knoxville, Tennessee Manager, July 2010 to September 2011 I managed all aspects of day-to-day operation: ordering and tracking inventory, signage, some marketing, employee scheduling and coordination, payroll, taxation and permits, stock development and strategy, and graphic design. I also performed event coordination and maintain contact/management with local producers.

Academic Experience UT Center for Clean Products/The Institute for a Secure and Sustainable Environment (ISSE), 2007-2008 I performed extensive work with the Pharos Project; as well as the creation of Best Practices information in conjunction with the EPA and DOE. I researched and evaluated sustainable products and manufacturers, as well as defining some of the evaluative parameters and frameworks. Graduate Assistantship, Architecture 213 and 101, 2006-2008 Graduate Assistantship, History 242 and 272, 2001-2003 I created examinations and discussion outlines, and lead seminar discussions. I coordinated material for lectures (sources, notes, slides, and other visual aids), performed general administrative tasks, and was responsible for grading and the reporting of said grades. I maintained office hours, was the main liaison with the students, and coordinated any efforts required by the Office of Disabilities. Skills and Software Hand-drafting and drawing, architectural renderings AutoCAD, Architectural Desktop, and Revit, 2009-2013 Google SketchUp 8 Adobe Creative Suite, CS5 Form Z Rhino Micro Station/Bentley ArchiCAD, Artlantis Studio Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) iWork Aperture Final Cut Express Blackboard IBM/PC and Macintosh environments Education University of Tennessee -- Knoxville, Tennessee College of Architecture and Design Degree -- Master of Architecture -- May 2008 Thesis: The Temporal Life of a Site: Photomontage and Meaning University of Tennessee -- Knoxville, Tennessee College of Arts and Sciences Degree -- Master of Arts in History -- May 2003 Thesis: (Re) Imagining Urban Identity Maryville College -- Maryville, Tennessee Humanities Degree -- Bachelor of Arts in History -- May 2000

References Paul A. Bielicki, AIA, NCARB Project Architect McCarty Holsaple McCarty University of Tennessee, Lecturer 550 W. Main St., Suite 300 Knoxville, TN 37902 865.544.2000 George P. Dodds, PhD. University of Tennessee, James R. Cox Professor, ACSA Distinguished Professor, Executive Editor, Journal of Architectural Education 865.974.3266 865.963.8773 Charles Draper Parsons, The New School for Design, Lecturer 865.414.7133 Jeffrey D. Johnson, AIA Executive Vice President Chief Administrative Officer McCarty Holsaple McCarty 550 W. Main St., Suite 300 Knoxville, TN 37902 865.544.2000 Douglas McCarty, AIA President Chief Executive Officer McCarty Holsaple McCarty 550 W. Main St., Suite 300 Knoxville, TN 37902 865.544.2000 John McRae University of Tennessee Professor, Dean of College of Architecture 865.974.5267