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Professional Experience

Port Authority of New York and New Jersey •Participated in the stage three design of the Harrison, NJ PATH Station •Assisted with design development and material acquisition •Produced Construction Documents Hidden Hills Farm •Landscape projects and building repair •Property maintenance and animal care Sussex Wantage Little League •Baseball umpire for ages 9-14 •Enforced game play •Responsible for controlling coaches and spectators

2013

2011-2014

2007-2009

Design Skills

Model making, hand drafting, sketching

Technical Proficiencies

Autodesk Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Design Suite, Microsoft Office Suite

Machine Skills

Education

University of Hartford BS, Architectural Engineering Technology NAAB and ABET accredited GPA: 3.45

Various woodworking tools, 3D Printer, laser Cutter

Honors

President’s Honors List and Dean’s List Tau Sigma Delta Architectural Honor Society Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society Sigma Alpha Pi Honor Society Enrolled in Studio Intensive Track Connecticut Hospice design competition finalist

Certifications

AIAS National Youth Sports Coaches Association


Let the past Influence the future


Assorted Sketches 1 Hospice Visitor’s Center 5 East Haddam Firehouse 10 Wellesley College Botanical Gardens 14 Culinary Arts Institute 18 Harrison, NJ Path Station 26


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Brooklyn Bridge NY,NY


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Prudential (Gauranty) Building Buffalo, NY


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Top: Walther PPK Left: Batman Mask(1989)


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Red and Blue Chair


Hospice Visitor’s Center

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Due to the calming nature of water and the ocean, the concept for the visitor’s center is waves. There are five large wave walls that run through the building. In order to retain the home-like feel, there is a fireplace in the gathering space, derived from the multiple fireplaces inside the hospice center. The quiet area is an all season room so the occupants can feel like they are outside during their quiet refelections. Each space has excellent views of the water and there is a balcony off of the gathering space. The second story space is a work area that hospice patients likely wouldn’t need to access. 1 Gathering Space 2 Quiet Area 3 Cafe 4 Work Area

Level Two

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2

Level One


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East Elevation

West Elevation

Section

To further the concept, the wave walls angle inward and descend in size. They are also made up of a light blue aluminum, a calming color and a smooth matieral. The front facade is clad with the same granite as the hospice center to further their connection. The back of the building consists entirely of curtain walls in order to maximize the views of the water. This, along with the building orientation, takes advantage of the extensive natural heating periods of the climate, and will help to eliminate the need for artificial lights to be used continuously. The visitor’s center is located on the eastern part of the site so that it can be seen from patient rooms but it will not be blocking patients’ views of the water. As the client requested, all the paths will be redone with stone pavers. The new paths will also approach the water in order to help make the waterfront more accessible to all. There is also access to the cafe from outside to help simplify the guests’ experience.


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East Haddam Firehouse

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The firehouse is located in the Goodspeed Village of East Haddam, CT, a small historical town best known for the Goodspeed Opera House. The site is a historical site, directly in front of the bridge that serves as the main entrance to the town. It is meant to be a paid firehouse with space for a few firefighters to stay days at a time. This introduced the need for living spaces for the firefighters. Along with this, space was needed for multiple offices towards the front of the building and a garage large enough to fit three sizeable trucks.


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Level One

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West Elevation

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1 Reception 2 Office 3 Specialty Room 4 Living Space 5 Garage

East Elevation In order to respond to the historical site that the firehouse is located on the design has a very classical feel. The building is symmetrical on both axis and uses strictly masonry construction. Another important feature of the design is the height of the building. The town of East Haddam is comprised of small buildings; the large towers of the firehouse are designed to draw the eye upward and add a vertical dimension to the town. This helps the building to become an icon at the center of the town.

Section

South Elevation


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Wellesley College Botanical Gardens

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Wellesley College in Massachusetts has a nationally known botanical research program. The college wants to redesign the out-of-date building that houses the research rooms and faculty offices as well as adding space for a student lounge. There was a desire to design an interior space that has the feel of one that is exterior as well as adding a museum feel throughout the space so that guests could see the students at work while visiting the college. Overall, the building space needed to be enlarged and updated to better their program.


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Roof The concept for the design was blending nature and manmade structure. The building shape is very organic and free-flowing, inspired by the natural curvature of plants. To further the concept the exterior is clad with a naturally occuring wood panelling. There are areas throughout the buidling that contain plants, helping to bridge the gap between interior and exterior as well. There are also multiple green roofs that can grow produce to be used in the student kitchen. The second floor contains a catwalk over the lab spaces creating the desired museum feel without disrupting the students as they work. The third floor houses staff offices that contain light wells to assist in bringing natural light into the spaces.

Level Three

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15 Level Two

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Private Student Guest 1 Gallery 2 Labs 3 Education 4 Public Gathering 5 Offices 6 Lounge 7 Kitchen 8 Green Roof

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Level One


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West Elevation

North Elevation

East Elevation


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Culinary Arts Institute


20 The Culinary Arts Institute is located in Hartford, Connecticut, across the street from both the historic Hartford Union Station and Bushnell Park. The site is also in the same area as many local bars and restaurants. The school requires multiple classrooms and teaching kitchens, as well as a faculty demonstration kitchen and administrative offices. There is also a need for a student lounge, library, and fitness center, making it a complete facility. The program also requires a student run restaurant and cafe that is open to the public.


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The concept for the Culinary Arts School is freeform creativity vs. straight-edged professionalism. The left side of the building, housing the learning and recreation spaces, has free flowing curves, while the right side, containing the administrative and restaurant spaces, has straight lines and points. The restaurant is located on the third floor with a viewable kitchen to see the students at work. There is also a bar and outdoor seating at ground level below the elevated portion of the building. A light well descends from the roof, lighting the restaurant and offices, and ends directly above an outdoor bar. There are separate entrances for students and the public to keep the student side private.

Level Three

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Level Two

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Level One

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1 Classroom 2 Teaching Kitchen 3 Demonstration Kitchen 4 Lecture Hall 5 Restaurant 6 Offices 7 Lounge 8 Library 9 Fitness Center

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West Elevation

North Elevation

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Wall Section

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The building is oriented so that it addresses the historical train station to the West, and the Hartford Capital Building and Bushnell Park to the South. The restaurant and offices have views of the Capital Building, park, and train station, while the classrooms and lounge have views of the train station. The site contains produce plants, giving the restaurant the ability to grow some of its own food.


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Harrison, NJ Path Station Sheet

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PTD. STL. GUARDRAIL MECH. EQUIPMENTS SEE MECH DWGS.

ALUM. AND GLASS CURTAIN WALL, TYP.

T.O. ROOF 48' - 6"

ALUM. AND GLASS CURTAIN WALL

T.O. ROOF 48' - 6"

CHIEF ARCHITECT MTL CURB

SE MEZZANINE LEVEL

CAST STONE VENEER WALL (TYP.) SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

EQ EQ EQ STREET LEVEL 13' - 6"

MTL GATE

CAST STONE VENEER WALL (TYP.) SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

SE STATION - SE ELEVATIONS

D 1 0

8

1'0"- 1"

STREET LEVEL 13' - 6"

15' - 9 1/2"

EQ

27' - 5 7/8"

1'0"- 1" EQ

EQ

EQ

27' - 5 7/8"

15' - 9 1/2"

SE MEZZANINE LEVEL

2' - 9 1/2" 9"

EQ 2' - 9 1/2" 9"

MTL CURB

SE STATION - EAST ELEVATION

D 2

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0

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SCALE IN FEET

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SCALE IN FEET

No.

DATE

DESCRIPTION

APPROVED

ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

PATH

MECHANICAL EQUIPMENTS SEE MECH DWG ALUM. AND GLASS CURTAIN WALL

PTD. STL. GUARDRAIL ALUM. AND GLASS CURTAIN WALL

T.O. ROOF

GENERAL

PTD. STL. GUARDRAIL

MECH EQUIPMENTS SEE MECH DWG

Title

T.O. ROOF

48' - 6"

HARRISON STATION REPLACEMENT AND UPGRADE VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION

48' - 6"

EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS

STREET LEVEL 13' - 6"

EQ 2' - 9 1/2" 9"

MTL CURB SW MEZZANINE LEVEL 28' - 9 7/16"

EQ EQ 1' - 1" EQ

1' - 1" EQ

EQ

EQ

28' - 9 7/16"

15' - 9 1/2"

SW MEZZANINE LEVEL

STREET LEVEL 13' - 6"

CAST STONE VENEER WALL (TYP.) SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

CAST STONE VENEER WALL (TYP.) SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

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SW STATION - SW ELEVATION

D 3 0

8 SCALE IN FEET

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15' - 9 1/2"

EQ 2' - 9 1/2" 9"

MTL CURB

SW STATION - WEST ELEVATION

D 4 0

8 SCALE IN FEET

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This drawing subject to conditions in contract. All inventions, ideas, designs and methods herein are reserved to Port Authority and may not be used without its written consent. All recipients of Contract documents, including bidders and those who do not bid and their prospective subcontractors and suppliers who may shall make every effort to ensure the secure and appropriate disposal of the contract documents to prevent further disclosure of the information contained in the documents. Secure and appropriate disposal includes methods of document destruction such as shredding or arrangements with refuse handlers that ensure that third persons will not have access to the documents' contents either before, during, or after disposal. Documents may also be returned for disposal purposes to the Contract Desk on the 3rd Floor, 3 Gateway Center, Newark NJ 07102 or the office of the Director of Procurement, One Madison Avenue, 7th Floor, New York NY 10010. It is a violation of law for any person to alter a document in any way, unless acting under the direction of a licensed professional engineer or registered architect. If this document bearing the seal of an engineer/architect is altered, the altering engineer/architect shall affix to the document their seal and the notation "altered by" followed by their signature and the date of such alteration, and a specific description of the alteration.

Designer Design by Date

Author Drawn by

Checker Checked by

8/16/2013

WORK ORDER No. 8 PAT-024.028A

Contract Number

Drawing Number

A306 PID # 07963300

Construction Documents


Sheet PTD. STL. GUARDRAIL

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MECH EQUIPMENTS SEE MECH DWG ALUM. AND GLASS CURTAIN WALL

ALUM. AND GLASS CURTAIN WALL T.O. ROOF 48' - 6"

T.O. ROOF 48' - 6"

CHIEF ARCHITECT

13' - 6"

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EQ EQ 13' - 6"

CAST STONE VENEER WALL (TYP.) SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

NE STATION - EAST ELEVATION

D 2

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0

SCALE IN FEET

15' - 9 1/2"

EQ EQ STREET LEVEL

CAST STONE VENEER WALL (TYP.) SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

NE STATION - NE ELEVATION

D 1

1' - 1"

EQ EQ 1' - 1" EQ

STREET LEVEL

MTL CURB NE MEZZANINE LEVEL 27' - 11 13/16"

15' - 9 1/2"

NE MEZZANINE LEVEL 27' - 11 13/16"

2' - 9 1/8" 9"

EQ 2' - 9 1/8" 9"

MTL CURB

8

16

SCALE IN FEET

No.

DATE

DESCRIPTION

APPROVED

ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

PATH

GENERAL MECHANICAL EQUIPMENTS SEE MECH DWG Title

ALUM. AND GLASS CURTAIN WALL PTD. STL. GUARDRAIL

T.O. ROOF

HARRISON STATION REPLACEMENT AND UPGRADE VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION

48' - 6"

MTL CURB NOT MODELED OR IN WRONG PLACE This drawing subject to conditions in contract. All inventions, ideas, designs and methods herein are reserved to Port Authority and may not be used without its written consent.

1'0"- 1" EQ

EQ

NW MEZZANINE LEVEL 28' - 4 15/16"

15' - 9 1/2"

EQ 2' - 9 1/2" 2' - 8 13/16"

EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS

STREET LEVEL 13' - 6"

CAST STONE VENEER WALL (TYP.) SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS D 3

NW STATION - WEST ELEVATION 0

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All recipients of Contract documents, including bidders and those who do not bid and their prospective subcontractors and suppliers who may shall make every effort to ensure the secure and appropriate disposal of the contract documents to prevent further disclosure of the information contained in the documents. Secure and appropriate disposal includes methods of document destruction such as shredding or arrangements with refuse handlers that ensure that third persons will not have access to the documents' contents either before, during, or after disposal. Documents may also be returned for disposal purposes to the Contract Desk on the 3rd Floor, 3 Gateway Center, Newark NJ 07102 or the office of the Director of Procurement, One Madison Avenue, 7th Floor, New York NY 10010. It is a violation of law for any person to alter a document in any way, unless acting under the direction of a licensed professional engineer or registered architect. If this document bearing the seal of an engineer/architect is altered, the altering engineer/architect shall affix to the document their seal and the notation "altered by" followed by their signature and the date of such alteration, and a specific description of the alteration.

Designer Design by Date

Author Drawn by

Checker Checked by

8/16/2013

WORK ORDER No. 8 PAT-024.028A

Contract Number

SCALE IN FEET Drawing Number

A307 PID # 07963300

Construction Documents

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NP PL

NP PL

NP PL

NP PL

NP PL

NP PL

NP PL

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GRANITE TILE

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Street Level Finish Plan - NE Station House

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Mezzanine Level Finish Plan - NE Station House

NE Finish Plan Option 2

ARCHITECTURE

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SK-135

Floor Finish Plan


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Manual Pull Station

Pendant Light C10

Fire Cabinet

Pendant Light C6

Smoke Detector

Troffer Light

Smoke Detector

Recessed Light

Data Jack

Heat Detector

Recessed Light

Public Telephone Outlet

Fire Alarm Strobe

Telephone Outlet

PA Speaker Security Camera Security Camera Wall CR

Card Reader

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Defibrillator

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Quadruplex Receptacle

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Duplex Receptacle GFCI

Fire Alarm Strobe/Speaker

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Recessed Light Flourescent Strip Light

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Amenities Elevation NE Street Level

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Amenities Reflected Ceiling plan NE Street Level

Amenities Elevation NE Street Level

Duplex Receptacle

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Amenities Plan NE Street Level

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Amenities Elevation NE Street Level

C2 Light Fixture

Alarm Signal

Pit Light Fixture

Sprinkler

Exit Sign

Siamese Connection

Amenities Plan

Amenities Plan

ARCHITECTURE

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Collection of work through four years at the University of Hartford

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