Jennifer Martillie Bradley, LEED AP 3520 Circle Lake Ln. Knoxville, TN 37920 865.591.9058 email@example.com http://jennifermartilliebradley.wordpress.com/ 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com Charles Draper Parsons, The New School for Design, Lecturer 865.414.7133 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com Douglas McCarty, AIA President Chief Executive Officer McCarty Holsaple McCarty 550 W. Main St., Suite 300 Knoxville, TN 37902 865.544.2000 firstname.lastname@example.org John McRae University of Tennessee Professor, Dean of College of Architecture 865.974.5267 email@example.com