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Karim Elibiary 2014- 2018 Selected Work Samples


PROJECT:INDIGO HOTEL YEAR: 2018 TYPE: COMPETITION COLLABORATORS: S+C STUDIO LOCATION: MIAMI, USA SIZE:  16,000 SQF STATUS: UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Project Description: A Hotel in the heart of Brickell Miami, this project was assigned to Sanchez + Coleman Studio and I was responsible for the drafting and 3D modeling of both the inteior spaces and the pool deck. Design Objective: To create alternative proposals for the extended stay rooms of the hotel, one of which under a theme of Danish Modern, the other is Modern Ethnic Theme.


PROJECT: NORTH POINTE YEAR: 2017 TYPE: COMPETITION COLLABORATORS: SOA STUDIO LOCATION: CHICAGO, USA SIZE:  522,000 SQF STATUS: IDEA

Project Description: A proposal for the ULI Hines Student Competition, an urban design and development challenge for graduate students. The competition engages multidisciplinary student teams to devise a comprehensive development program for a real, large-scale site. Teams of five students representing at least three disciplines have two weeks to develop solutions that include drawings, site plans, tables, and market-feasible financial data. Design Objective: NorthPointe builds on the historic identity of the Chicago River’s North Fork to re-purpose the City’s structures as an anchor for an ew community focused on healthy living. A three phase project involves a wide range of building types in which a vacant warehouse is repurposed to facilitate a indoor sports centre. The objective is to intercept sustainable transit with active lifestyles.


PROJECT: TROPICAL HOSPITAL YEAR: 2016 TYPE: STUDIO VIII COLLABORATORS: CATHY ANDERSON LOCATION: CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO SIZE:  395,000 SQF STATUS: IDEA

Project Description The Tropical Hospital was aimed to be a regenerative building process, functioning as a living laboratory to explore how the ways we construct and inhabit healthcare buildings can support a sustainable future. Its goal was be to accelerate wellness and sustainability in the region and beyond by contributing knowledge, practices, lessons and models that can be used by others in fostering sustainable design and healthcare design in the tropics. Design Objective The project goal was to create a new Hospital Prototype for Mexico. The result has a kind of social, behavioural and atmospheric condition to transform the Hospital into a center for healing and wellness. This 150 bed hospital was inspired Le Corbusier Venice hospital, the “pinwheel” form of the parti not only allowed for clear circulation but also enabled a system for further expansion.


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PREFABRICATED STAIR BY OTHERS. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE SHOP DRAWINGS DESIGNED AND SEALED BY A DELEGATED ENGINEER. SEE SHEET A.400 FOR STAIR DETAILS.

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One Design Build, LLC AA 26002592 5582 NE 4th COURT, SUITE 7A Miami, Florida 33137 | 786-8591143

onedbmiami@gmail.com

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5582 NE 4th Court, Suite 7A. Miami, Florida

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GIUSEPPE NEDIANI P.E. 59435 1800 N BAYSHORE DR #3805 MIAMI, FL 33132

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ARCHITECT OF RECORD ANDRES HOLLMANN P.A. 94333

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I UNDERSTAND THAT THIS DESIGN WILL BE DOCUMENTED ON A SET OF CONSTRUCTION PERMIT DRAWINGS WHICH WILL DESCRIBE THIS PROJECT AS SHOWN. ANY DESIGN CHANGES WHICH OCCUR SUBSEQUENT TO THIS SIGN-OFF WILL BE ADDITIONAL SERVICES. I ALSO UNDERSTAND THAT THIS DESIGN DRAWING WILL BE USED BY OTHER ENGINEERING DISCIPLINES (STRUCTURAL, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING) TO COMPLETE WORK NECESSARY FOR THIS PROJECT AND THAT THEY WILL ALSO IMPOSE ADDITIONAL CHARGES FOR CHANGES.

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IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS PERTAINING TO THIS AUTHORIZATION TO PROCEED, PLEASE CALL US AT 786-859-1143

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UPON APPROVAL OF THE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT DOCUMENTS, PLEASE SIGN AND RETURN THIS AUTHORIZATION TO PROCEED TO: ONE DESIGN BUILT LLC 5582 NE 4TH COURT, SUITE 7A MIAMI, FL 33137

PHASE TO BE APPROVED: SCHEMATIC DESIGN DESIGN DEVELOPMENT CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS BIDDING ADMINISTRATION CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION

www.onedbmiami.com

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THESE DRAWINGS SHALL NOT BE USED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS THEY ARE SIGNED AND SELAED AND HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT. IT IS THE CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY TO BUILD FROM THE MOST UP-TO-DATE AND COMPLETE SET OF CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. THE RELEASE AND USE OF PARTIAL DURING DESIGN DEVELOPMENT AND BIDDING SHALL NOT RELIEVE THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR OF HIS/HER RESPONSIBILITY FOR HIS/HER WORK AND IT’S COORDINATION WITH ALL TRADES.

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R311.3.2 FLOOR ELEVATIONS FOR OTHER EXTERIOR DOORS. DOORS OTHER THAN THE REQUIRED EGRESS DOOR SHALL BE PROVIDED WITH LANDINGS OR FLOORS NOT MORE THAN 7-3/4 INCHES BELOW THE TOP OF THE THRESHOLD.

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H ALL ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS, EQUIPMENT AND COMPONENTS; HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING; PLUMBING APPLIANCES AND PLUMBING FIXTURES; DUCT SYSTEMS; AND OTHER SERVICE EQUIPMENT SHALL BE LOCATED ABOVE THE BASE FLOOD ELEVATION (6.00' NGVD) 5' - 4"

FLOOD VENTS VENTS SHALL COMPLY W/FEMA TECHNICAL BULLETIN 1-93 FOR THE MINIMUM CRITERIA OF TWO OPENINGS HAVING A TOTAL NET AREA OF NOT LESS THAN ONE SQUARE INCH FOR VERY SQUARE FOOT OF ENCLOSED AREA SUBJECT TO FLOODING SHALL BE PROVIDED IF REQUIRED. THE BOTTOM OF ALL OPENINGS SHALL BE NO HIGHER THAN ONE FOOT ABOVE GRADE. THE OPENINGS SHALL BE INSTALLED ON AT LEAST TWO SIDES OF THE ENCLOSED AREA. GARAGE= 780 SQ FT = 780 SQ INCH OF VENTS REQUIRED (1)16"x8" VENT = 200 SQ INCH 780 SQ INCH OF VENTS REQ'D/200 SQ INCH = 4 VENTS REQ'D 4 VENTS PROVIDED

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ALL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS BELOW BASE FLOOD ELEVATION SHALL BE FLOOD -DAMAGE RESISTANT MATERIAL AND SHALL COMPLY WITH FEMA TECHNICAL BULLETIN 2/2008. WALLS BELOW BASE FLOOD ELEVATION SHALL BE CMU OR CONCRETE.

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ALL ENCLOSED AREAS THAT ARE BELOW BASE FLOOD ELEVATION SHALL ONLY BE USED FOR PARKING, BUILDING ACCESS OR STORAGE

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8" NOM. CONC. BLOCK - GARAGE EXTERIOR WALL: SKIM COAT INTERIOR FINISH WITH STUCCO EXTERIOR FINISH. SEE STRUCTURAL DWG'S AND GENERAL. 8" NOM. CONC. BLOCK - GARAGE INTERIOR WALL: INTERIOR FINISH WITH WITH 5/8" GYP. BD. ON 1"X2" P.T. FURRING @ 16" O.C. ON 1" R-MAX ALUMINUM BACKED RIGID INSUALTION. SKIM COAT INTERIOR FINISH ON GARAGE SIDE. SEE STRUCTURAL DWG'S AND GENERAL. 8" NOM. CONC. BLOCK - EXTERIOR WALL: INTERIOR FINISH WITH WITH 5/8" GYP. BD. ON 1"X2" P.T. FURRING @ 16" O.C. ON 1" R-MAX ALUMINUM BACKED RIGID INSUALTION WITH TRAVERTINE STONE EXTERIOR FINISH. SEE STRUCTURAL DWG'S AND GENERAL OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS. 12" NOM. CONC. BLOCK - EXTERIOR WALL: INTERIOR FINISH WITH WITH 5/8" GYP. BD. ON 4" 25GA STUDS @ 16" O.C. ON 1" R-MAX ALUMINUM BACKED RIGID INSULATION WITH TRAVERTINE STONE EXTERIOR FINISH. SEE STRUCTURAL DWG'S AND GENERAL OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS. INTERIOR LOAD BEARING PARTITION WALL: 5/8" GYP. BD. EACH SIDE ON 6" (18 GA. MIN.) GALV. MTL. STUDS @ 16" O.C. WIDTH MAY VARY. SEE PLAN FOR EXACT SIZES. SEE DETAIL 15/A.510 AND GENERAL OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS.

INTERIOR NON BEARING PARTITION WALL: 5/8" GYP. BD. EACH SIDE ON 3-5/8" (25 GA. MIN.) GALV. MTL. STUDS @ 16" O.C. WIDTH MAY VARY. SEE PLAN FOR EXACT SIZES. SEE DETAIL 15/A.510 AND GENERAL OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS.

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INTERIOR PLUMBING PARTITION WALL: 1/2" GYP. BD. EACH SIDE ON 6" (25 GA. MIN.) GALV. MTL. STUDS @ 16" O.C. WIDTH MAY VARY. SEE PLAN FOR EXACT SIZES. SEE DETAIL 14/A.401 AND GENERAL OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS.

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INTERIOR NON BEARING INSULATED PARTITION WALL: 1/2" GYP. BD. EACH SIDE ON 3-5/8" (25 GA. MIN.) GALV. MTL. STUDS @ 16" O.C. WITH R-11 BATT INSULATION. SEE PLAN FOR EXACT SIZES. SEE DETAIL 14/A.401.

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633 CORAL WAY, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33301

8" NOM. CONC. BLOCK - EXTERIOR WALL: INTERIOR FINISH WITH 5/8" GYP. BD. ON 1"X2" P.T. FURRING @ 16" O.C. ON 1" R-MAX ALUMINUM BACKED RIGID INSUALTION WITH PAREX EIF WALL SYSTEM EXTERIOR FINISH. SEE STRUCTURAL DWG'S AND GENERAL OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS. 12" NOM. CONC. BLOCK - EXTERIOR WALL: INTERIOR FINISH WITH 5/8" GYP. BD. ON 1"X2" P.T. FURRING @ 16" O.C. ON 1" R-MAX ALUMINUM BACKED RIGID INSUALTION WITH PAREX EIF WALL SYSTEM EXTERIOR FINISH. SEE STRUCTURAL DWG'S AND GENERAL OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS.

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PROJECT: ADZ HOUSE YEAR: 2016 TYPE: ONE D+B COMMISION COLLABORATORS: HUGO MIJARES LOCATION: MIAMI, FL SIZE:  24000 SQF STATUS: UNDER CONSTRUCTION

1/4" = 1'-0"

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Project Description This project was commissioned to One D+B firm in 2015, a 4 Bedroom house on 633 Coral Way in Fort Lauderdale. I worked closely with Hugo Mijares through the Design Development phase. This luxury villa embodied a large open space at the entrance of the residence, the void that extended to the second floor was in need of a iconic stair case. Initially swirling wood stairs of the Fendi Residence in Miami Beach was a big inspiration, our recreation of it would anchor the centre of the living room and create a bold statement in the front facade of the building. However, the client disagreed and thought the con’vexed glass wall spoke a different language than the rest of the building. Our result would be to use interior space to the left of the entrance as a bar and to tuck the fully spiral staircase to the corner of the living room.


PROJECT: SUNRISE CLINIC YEAR: 2016 TYPE: STUDIO IX COLLABORATORS: ARQUITECTONICA LOCATION:  MIAMI, FL SIZE:  50,000 SQF STATUS: IDEA

Project Description As a collaboration with Arquitectonica GEO this Healthcare Design Studio will explore innovative design solutions to adapt an existing outdated strip mall into a hub of Outpatient Care and Support Services that provide healing envIronments for patients and staff through the integration of daylight and landscape. Current urban strip malls are strategically located within communities, providing a great opportunity to bring health care to our communities. However, these malls are often dead and outdated, they have limited landscaped and shaded areas to encourage outdoor activities and they have limited access to daylight. We propose an adaptive re-use of these dead malls to provide the neighboring community convenient access to care and a healing environment that promotes the health and well-being of the community. Strategies will be employed to develop design solutions that integrate architectureand landscape with a sustainable approach.


PROJECT: BAYFRONT CIRCLE YEAR: 2017 TYPE: COMMISION COLLABORATORS: KoDA MIAMI LOCATION: MIAMI, FL SIZE:  70,000 SQF STATUS: UNDER LOBYING

Project Description Like most forward-thinking projects, the design for this roof pavilion required purpose beyond the functional requirements of a music venue. The process started with analysis and research into each stakeholder including the client, the community and the city at large. External factors such as sun, wind and acoustics were carefully surveyed to curate the wholistic experience of the visitor. The venue itself required protection from the harsh Miami sun, while still providing it’s patrons with the distinct feeling of being outside on the bay. Therefore, a retractable canopy was proposed. In addition to serving the functions of protection from wind and rain, the awning also becomes a canvas for projections & display while also enhancing acoustics. Topped with 736 solar panels, the circular structure glows at night to showcase the energy collected from the sun during the day. The result, a glowing symbol of unity, infinite energy and inclusion dedicated to the diverse community of Miami.


PROJECT: YEAR: 2014 TYPE: STUDIO 1V COLLABORATORS: NONE LOCATION: MIAMI, FL SIZE:  23,000 SQF STATUS: IDEA

Project Description A vacant slither of land on the Miami river called for the design of a Market, the design if this Market would provide a permanent market structure for the purchace of the fresh local fish and produce. The requiremnts included twenty to thirty stalls, a open plan restraunt, storage, a cistern and the whole enclosure must be secure as it would be left vacant at night.


PROPERTY LINE

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Side Setback 12' - 5 1/2"

8' - 5 1/2"

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Front Setback

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11' - 11"

Side Setback

Front Porch

Flush Garage Door Office 30

Guest Bedroom

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Garage

Floor Uplighter Lights

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Family Room 29

Staff Quarters

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Foyer 36' - 11"

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Laundry

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Pantry

1121 SF

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Summer Kitchen

Swiming Pool 12' - 0"

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Sliding Glass Wall

ONED+B SECOFFEE Ground Floor Plan

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Tropical Palm Tree

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PROJECT: OAK TREE HOUSE YEAR: 2016 TYPE: ONE D+B COMMISION COLLABORATORS: HUGO MIJARES LOCATION: MIAMI, FL SIZE:  18,000 SQF STATUS: UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Project Number Issue Date K.E H.M

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Project Description The house was designed around a large, leafy Oak tree that grows up through the middle of the main living area.The tree is not just a clever design element, it influenced how the entire house was arranged, allowing it to provide air, shade, and a sense of flow through the different living spaces

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Sliding Door

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PROJECT: YMCA ON MAIN STREET YEAR: 2017 TYPE: STUDIO X COLLABORATORS: NONE LOCATION: ATLANTA, GA SIZE:  120,000 SQF STATUS: UNDER LOBYING

Project Description The goal for the first part of the semester is to build on Atlanta’s Comprehensive Development Plan adoption in 2004 of the Donald L. Hollowell Parkway Redevelopment Plan (DLHPRP) for a neighborhoodbased vision for the eastern section of the Donald L. Hollowell Parkway (highlighted above) as a Resilient Main Street. This project will advance ideas to transform an urban highway into a livable corridor with walkable and bikeable networks, enhancing prospects for placemaking. The second part of the semester will focus on the development of particular aspects of the Corridor as identified in the DLHPRP, as well as others that emerge through this study.


PROJECT: APIZZA BROKLYN YEAR: 2018 TYPE: TENNANT INMPROVMENT COLLABORATORS: WESLEY KEAN LOCATION: MIAMI, FL SIZE:  10,000 SQF STATUS: UNDER PERMIT

Project Description This unique design approach began by investigating the feedback provided by the hundreds of reviews, sifting through those not specifically related to the experience. The customer’s feedback formulated several topics that became design challenges; noise control, seating variety, table arrangement, Etc. Analysis and research aided the solutions to the proposed challenges, however it was only through dynamic conversations with the client and their customers where the appropriate unique solutions realized.


PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PROJECT: SOCIAL HOUSING PROJECT YEAR: 2014 TYPE: STUDIO V COLLABORATORS: ALEC GOLDBERG LOCATION: PARIS, FRANCE SIZE:  80,000 SQF STATUS: IDEA

Project Description Mixed use social housing in the 19th District of Paris. In a region that deals with a process of gentrification, this task required the elaboration of the housing design given a certain socio-economic type. Furthermore, designing a structure that complies with the Building codes of France, Le Coupe entailed to dicest the block into 2 segments. One of which would be assignened to student housing where the other would be for social housing.


4th Floor P.A.C. Healthcare Clinic Propos Karim Elibiary - Corey Wiess - Alexandra Altman

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Floor P.A.C. Healthcare Clinic Proposal Karim Elibiary - Corey Wiess - Alexandra Altman

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Staff & Patient Flow

Space Allocation

Private

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Nurse Station & Support Staff

Public

Doctor

Clinic Area

Nurse

Existing Vertical Circulation and Mechainal Spaces

Public & Private Patient Nurse Doctor

PROJECT: A CLINIC’S FUTURE YEAR: 2015 TYPE: STUDIO VII COLLABORATORS: COREY WEISS LOCATION: MIAMI, FL SIZE:  15,000 SQF STATUS: IDEA

Existing Vertical Circulation and Mechainal Spaces Nursing Stations and Support Staff Clinic Area

Project Description The renovation of the 4th ffloor of the PAC building in the Miller School of Medicine’s Campus became an opportunity to design an outpatient clinic that would accomodate the needs of the future. The design provided efficent circulation for both the staff and patients. The specification of the furniture allowed for a variation of arrangements according to the multi purposed waiting area.


PROJECT:COFFEE MARKET YEAR: 2015 TYPE: STUDIO VI COLLABORATORS: REEM NAJJAR LOCATION: MIAMI, FL SIZE:  60,000 SQF STATUS: IDEA

Project Description Miami has potential to become the largest importer of Coffee for the United States, with commerce increasing throught the Miami River there lacks the required infrastructure to support the import of goods. The project called to provide construction document for a Mega-Structure that would house all the programatic needs to revolutionize Miami’s interaction with the much love beverage.


PROJECT:TETRIS IRONSIDE YEAR: 2015 TYPE: SENIOR DESIGN PROJECT COLLABORATORS: ENG. SCHOOL LOCATION: MIAMI, FL SIZE:  60,000 SQF STATUS: IDEA

Project Description Miami Ironside is an urban art and design desrict located in Miami’s Upper Eastside, off of the MiMo Historic Biscayne Boulevard and nearby Palm Grove. It is home to over 65 designer showrooms, art galleries, architecture firms, creative spaces, and a public piazza. The owner of the complex intends to expand the project with demanded residential housing without disturbing the identity of the neighbourhourhood.


PROJECT:MASPEIRO TRIANGLE YEAR: 2015 TYPE: URBAN DESIGN PROJECT COLLABORATORS: ACE ASSOC. LOCATION:  CAIRO, EGYPT SIZE:  800,000 SQF STATUS: UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Project Description The 35ha masterplan aims to introduce new residential, commercial and retail spaces, while rehousing the majority low income population in the same area and retaining its unique character and spatial attributes. The project is envisaged as a combination of public initiative with private investment support to produce a viable urban regeneration scheme. Based on estimated land values, the masterplan places commercial and residential spaces along the river edge and main street frontages, while mixed use buildings and open community spaces occupy the more private, central core of the scheme. This allows the existing population of the district to maintain their overlapping spatial live-work relationships while new office and retail spaces on the edges of the site create employment opportunities for the entire city of Cairo.


PROJECT:EL GEZURIA PLAZA YEAR: 2014 TYPE: URBAN DESIGN PROJECT COLLABORATORS: ACE ASSOC. LOCATION: CAIRO, EGYPT SIZE:  20,000 SQF STATUS: UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Project Description On a large construction project for a Food and Beverage Mall, I assisted to run the day-to-day operations on the construction site and control the short-term schedule. As well as performing conformance with drawings, specifications, reviewing and certifying amounts due to the contractor, completed field reports to document field observations from construction site visit.

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