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Portfolio Jordan Cash


With an understanding of construction combined with my appreciation for the architectural design process, I have had great success working with architects and wish to further “bridge the gap� between the two disciplines.

Professional Experience

Having an education in architecture and 7 years work experience in construction management, I have had unique opportunities to seek ways in which I can apply my design education throughout my construction management work experience.


Construction coordination Early in my involvement with the Oregon City Medical Office Building project, I took it upon myself to “construct” the foundations of the building using SketchUp. The foundations were a scope of work that Howard S. Wright was self-performing, so I thought it would be a good exercise to vet the constructability of the foundation structure using the information provided via the structural drawings. If I could “build” the foundations digitally, our crew should have no problem building this in the real world. In addition to confirming the constructability of the structure, this model ended up being a valuable tool for verifying dimensions and ultimately avoiding a number of RFIs during the construction of the foundations.


RFI Solutions Working or a general contractor has trained me to come to the table with multiple solutions to a design or construction issue. The following pages are some examples of issues that I have worked through over the past years.


BIM Coordination Building Information Modeling was utilized during the early stages of the Oregon City Medical Office Building project. It was my job to oversee the coordination between MEP contractors and ensure that the coordination was completed on time with the project schedule.


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AWB breach AWB R.O. treatment 1/2 frame depth min. AWB seal interior of glazing pocket, align w/ shoulder TYP. Extruded silicone at ends of verticals for AWB continuity

Could be eliminated... RDH COMMENTS October 3, 2017 By Bill Collingwood

AWB continuity recommended here

Do not bisect AWB seals with sheet metal. AWB sealed to R.O. WP on one side and frame on other side TYPICAL


Exterior Skin Design Another example from the Oregon City Medical Office Building, these pages show the efforts that went into coordinating and vetting the design of the exterior skin system on the building. This was over the course of 4 weeks and resulted in an ASI issued by the architects to address the suggested solutions.

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How is continuity in AWB achieved across the tops and bottoms of these vertical tubes? RDH COMMENTS October 3, 2017 By Bill Collingwood

sheet metal infil

Peel and Stick or air barrier tape on this side


R.O. AWB typical AWB seal Recommend head receptors w sealed end closures, for all head conditions.

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Sheet metal cannot bisect AWB seal

Recommend using head receptors for all heads. Alternatively, provide infill to support backer rod TYPICAL.

RDH COMMENTS

"Z" clips for flashing attachment Do not fasten through horizontal WP R.O. WP

October 3, 2017 By Bill Collingwood

3/4" shims Aluminum angle sized for structural connection & finished to match system Silicone sealant between HP flashing and WP on sill angle

See RDH SK-01 NO

Maintain drainage path


The following pages showcase some examples of the best sketches I have produced both while at UI and after having graduated.

Hand Sketches

Early in my architecture education at the University of Idaho, I realized the importance and rarity of the ability to render buildings by hand. As my education continued I made it a priority to hone this skill.


Rome, Italy Summer 2007


Seattle, WA Summer 2010


Gasworks Park


St. James Cathedral


Pike Place Market


The following pages highlight various architecture projects completed while attending the University of Idaho.

Architecture Education

Simplcity, functionality, and sustainability became my personal drivers behind the designs of projects completed throughout my architecture studio curriculum.


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Key 1- Porch Area 2- Entry 3- Living 4- Dining 5- Kitchen

6- Outdoor Patio 7- Guest Room/ Workout Space 8- Mater Bedroom 9- Office Soace

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The inspiration for this row house came from the design ideas of architect Renzo Piano. One of the main ideas Piano accomplishes in his buildings is the successful filtration of natural daylight into the interior spaces using a complex and innovative system of light scoops or louvers. This is accomplished in the row house through the use of operable louvers located on the roof. These louvers are assembled in a grid structure that is carried out within the plan of the house, working to organize the interior spaces.

Third year design studio project. Rowhouse design, using inspiration from architect Renzo Piano.


This was a project completed during my third year at the University of Idaho. It was a competition for the redesign of Fire Station 5 in Boise, ID, using the modular CMU block as the basis for the design.


Interdisciplinary Design Studio


Senior Thesis Project Cook Inlet Sealife Science Center


Construction Education

I was initially exposed to construction management in 2005, in the summer between my first and second years at U of I. I saw concepts and techniques that I had recently learned about at school being applied in Solution: Pipes could be lowered below the the real world.

mbers so that no clash exists.

This inspired me to pursue a continued education in construction management at the University of Washington. The following pages show some of the work completed during that time.

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Clash Report

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Problem Description Level Steel columns Roof penetrating through HVAC system in the attic

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Possible solution: Consider resizing HVAC to accommodate for location of steel columns.

Clash ID Problem Description Level Grid Ref Clash 101 Plumbing pipes Basement penetrating through steel structure beneath auditorium

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Possible Solution: Relocate plumbing so that it is not intersecting with steel, either above or below.

Clash ID Problem Description Level Grid Ref Clash 105 Pipe intersects steel Basement members beneath slab under auditorium seating

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Possible Solution: Pipes could be lowered below the steel members so that no clash exists.

Clash ID Problem Description Level Clash 109 Plumbing intersects with Attic steel frame in the upper levels of the building

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Possible Solution: Move plumbing to the outside of the steel member.

Clash ID Problem Description Clash 198 Smaller pipe intersects with larger pipe in floor between entry level and basement level

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Possible Solution: Raise problemmatic smaller pipe above larger pipe.


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Jordan Cash UDP 573: Digital Design Practicum Assignment 3: Pocket Park


Jordan Cash

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jordancash cash5320@gmail.com 208.310.1338 LEED Green Associate

Experience

January 2017 - Present Howard S. Wright Constructors; Assistant Project Manager Coordinating with building users and clients to establish clear, attainable project expectations. Building upon established client relationships for continued project procurement and success. Managing project finances Construction project estimating June 2011 - January 2017 Howard S. Wright Constructors; Project Engineer Working closely with architect and owner to solve issues through value-driven solutions. Assisting Project Manager and Superintendent to manage project financials and construction activity progress. Writing subcontracts; understanding project documents and scopes of work. Submittals and material procurement, RFI documentation and management, quality control. Projects completed: • Peace Island Medical Center; Friday Harbor, WA • UW Medicine Sports Medicine Center; Seattle, WA • Touchdown Terrace; Seattle, WA • Samaritan Sports Medicine Center; Corvallis, OR • Credena Health Specialty Pharmacy; Portland, OR • Providence Guest Housing; Portland, OR • Providence Willamette Falls Re-roof; Oregon City, OR • Providence Willamette Falls Pharmacy Remodel; Oregon City, OR • Multiple Providence Tenant Improvements; Portland, OR • Providence Oregon City Medical Office Building; Oregon City, OR

Education

Construction Management University of Washington, Seattle WA September 2009 to December 2010 Master of Construction Management, Cumulative GPA: 3.47 Architecture University of Idaho, Moscow ID August 2004 to May 2009 Master of Architecture, Cumulative GPA: 3.8 Bachelor of Science, Architecture, Cumulative GPA: 3.4

Skills

Proficient in: BlueBeam, SketchUp, Photoshop, InDesign, Hand Drafting, Hand Rendering, Physical Modeling

Exposure to: Revit, NavisWorks, Construction Contract Documents, Construction Procurement Methods, Construction Estimating, Scheduling

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