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JARED SCHREMPP 202 3RD AVENUE SOUTH BROOKINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA, 57006, UNITED STATES 605-760-0729 JARED.SCHREMPP@JACKS.SDSTATE.EDU PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ HKG ARCHITECTS ABERDEEN, SOUTH DAKOTA Intern Architect May 2013 - August 2013 • Operate computer-aided drafting (CAD) equipment or conventional drafting station to produce designs, working drawings, charts, forms and records. • Layout and plan interior room arrangements for commercial buildings using computer-assisted drafting (CAD) equipment and software. • Obtain and assemble data to complete architectural designs, visiting job sites to compile measurements as necessary. WORK HISTORY_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ LARSON WINDOWS BROOKINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA Assembly August 2012 - December 2012 PENROD CONSTRUCTION GETTYSBURG, SOUTH DAKOTA Construction Laborer May 2012 - August 2012 SCHREMPP FARMS RIDGEVIEW, SOUTH DAKOTA Farm Hand May 2002 - August 2011 EDUCATION___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY Bachelors of Science in Architectural Studies Candidate, May 2014 • TSP Scholarship • Member of the United States Green Building Council • View online undergraduate portfolio at- http://issuu.com/jmschrempp/docs/jms.portfolio GETTYSBURG HIGH SCHOOL SOUTH DAKOTA • • • • •

Average GPA 3.33 National Honor Society Dean McKay Scholarship Northern Plains Scholarship Moreau Grand Electric Scholarship

ADDITIONAL SKILLS___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ • Experience in many computer programs such as AutoCAD, Revit, Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Rhino, Sketchup, Microsoft, and others • Ability to work with a team to collaborate and problem solve in order to obtain a complex goal • Dependable, motivated, and a strong desire to learn


RAPID CITY MUSEUM OF ART AND SCIENCE FALL YEAR 4 YEAR 1

Site Map

Rapid City Map

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S2

CLEGHORN SPRINGS 3,200 ft

BUSINESS DENSITY/ MAIN ROAD MAP RAPID CREEK

3,700 ft RAILROAD

Initial Form Diagram

Main Street, Site Model

This project started with a collaborative research of Rapid City, South Dakota, as well as three different artists who’s work would be present in each individual project. Next came the site model, also done as a team, to increase efficiency and the total budget. From that point on each person worked on their own to develop their own museum design. This museum is focused on the teaching method of keeping an unexpected daily routine. That focus is achieved by using fragmentation within the circulation, visual perspective, and floor heights.

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Lighting Diagram

Word Web


Column Diagram

Section 1

Beam Diagram

Joist Diagram

Interior Perspective

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RAPID CITY MUSEUM OF ART AND SCIENCE FALL YEAR 4 3rd Floor Plan

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2nd Floor Plan

1st Floor Plan

Light Study

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Street Rendering

The Museum of Art and Science has the ability to inspire visitors by the process of discovery, as exhibits demonstrate what a wide world it is or how deep a concept can go. This experience is achieved by implementing the design concept of fragmentation. Fragmentation is the disintegration of norms regulating behavior, thought, and social relationships. Ever-changing movement patterns and elevation heights make a visitor unaware of what’s next, and keeps them curious to exploration. From the exterior, material use gives an outsider a slight justification of the buildings function, however keeps the interior formality ambiguous.


Building Model

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Parking Plan

Section 2

Not To Scale

Interior Perspective

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MISSISSIPPI RIVER RESEARCH LIBRARY SPRING YEAR 3 YEAR 1

Construction Diagram

1’ 1’

Glass Block

Glass Block

1’ 1’ Concrete 3’

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Block

1st Floor Plan Concrete Block

Section 1

2nd Floor Plan Material Diagram Not To Scale

This stacking project started with the study of public versus private space. The library was intended for the University of Minnesota students and the general public. The requirements of the project were to encompass the public and private spaces under a completely stacked structure. A solution to the design was an arch system that acted as a buttress to the next arch. Each bay is offset to shift the weight more evenly throughout the building.

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Section 2

3rd Floor Plan

North Elevation

South Elevation


Floor Space

Floor Space

Circulation Space Circulation Space

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Interior Perspective

Building Model

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SDSU DAIRY MILKING FACILITY SPRING YEAR 3 YEAR 1 Summer

Milking Parlor

Utility

Holding Area

Spring/Fall Milk Room

Operator Pit

Winter

Storage

Level 2

Women’s Room

Sunpath Diagram

Men’s Room

1st Floor Plan

Level 1 Office Meeting Room

N This stacking project began with the design of an individual CMU block. This block design creates a ripple affect by the weaving pattern. After completion of the block design, its physical generation was finalized. The project focus shifted toward a Dairy facility on the campus of South Dakota State University. Research and site visits to the current milking facility were crucial due to the strict necessities that are required in order to maximize dairy cattle’s daily milk output. Creating a public space that interacts with the private milking space without interfering with the cattle, was the overall goal of this stacking project.

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Men’s Restroom

Level 4

Level 3 Lobby/Study Space

Outdoor Balcony

Block Wall Model

Women’s Restroom

2nd Floor Plan


Section 1

Jared Schrempp Arch 351

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Section Cut Scale 1/8” = 1’

Section 2

Jared Schrempp Arch 351

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Section Cut Scale 1/8” = 1’

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Bird’s Eye View

Jared Schrempp Arch 351

Block Formwork

S3

Fresh Poured Concrete Block

Section Cut Scale 1/8” = 1’

Block Section

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JOHN HEJDUK ARCHIVE SPRING YEAR 2 YEAR 1 The John Hejduk project is based on a historic site in Berlin, Germany. The site is very narrow and lies between two existing buildings. The reason there is no current building on the site is because the opening is a gateway to the Judengang, an old passageway used by the Prussian King Friedrich Wilhelm III. Friedrich became annoyed of the time it took to get to the palace due to the street being over-occupied from funeral processions. The key to this project is to construct an archive for the work of John Hejduk without obstructing the historic value of the Judengang. The Judengang currently opens only once per year and must be untouched by the design proposal. To hold the significance of the Judengang, the building is hovering over the passageway, with the entrance avoiding the gateway. The design strengthens the significance of the Judengang by the setbacks of the structure implying that the gateway holds more importance than the new building above.

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Section Cut


Ground Level

Level 3

Level 1 Level 4

Level 2

Level 5

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CUBE PROJECT FALL YEAR 2 YEAR 1

This modeling project focused on the integration of three planes. The first solid plane was created using solid and void exploration, which began from the images on the surface of each scrap piece of cardboard. The next two planes, also emerging from the images amongst the scrap piece of cardboard, were made from the addition and subtraction from shapes and percentage of usable surface area. Once the three masses were combined the study focused on the spaces the combination had created and how those spaces can be manipulated into becoming a more habitable space.

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JARED SCHREMPP 202 3RD AVENUE SOUTH BROOKINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA, 57006, UNITED STATES 605-760-0729 JARED.SCHREMPP@JACKS.SDSTATE.EDU

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________   Dear DoArch Faculty, I am writing to inform you of my interest in obtaining my Master’s of Architecture from South Dakota State University. I have submitted the application requirements along with the attached resume and undergraduate portfolio. Knowing the architecture program at SDSU would start in the fall of 2010, I enrolled in the Civil engineering department in 2009 in order to wait for the program and gain industry knowledge. During my time attending SDSU I’ve maintained a GPA of 3.0 and have taken part in the United States Green Building Chapter. I look forward to being one of the first graduates this spring, from SDSU, with a Bachelor’s of Science in Architectural Studies. I developed an interest in architecture at a very young age while growing up on a farm/ranch outside of Ridgeview, South Dakota. Design skills were used in that type of environment more often than people might think. Designing successful layouts for cattle corrals is key to efficient ranch operations. The development of tools and parts is also important to the quick pace work atmosphere on a farm. From there, I gained an interest in building construction from work in the FFA chapter, as well as the production of my own hunting blinds. After I realized that architecture was the career I wanted to pursue, I began working within the industry to learn everything I could about the different phases of construction. Recognizing the complexity, I figured it would be best to start from the bottom and work up, so I took a job with a concrete construction company. From there I have worked at an architecture firm and will continue to work there this summer to begin my NCARB licensing process. My hopes are to work at a design-build construction company after graduate school and obtain my architecture license. After a lengthy amount of experience is acquired I then plan to start my own firm in the central South Dakota area. Given my education and experience, I am confident that I am the right student for the Master’s of Architecture program at SDSU. I have enjoyed the unique experience of growth with this young program and I look forward to the opportunity to continue that growth in graduate school. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me using the information at the top of this page. Respectfully, Jared Schrempp  


Jared Schrempp Doarch Portfolio