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Cabinetmaking/wood design classes using CAD software Four years of art classes, presented an exhibition of work

ACADEMIC/LEADERSHIP LEED GREEN ASSOCIATE

Completed a LEED Green Associate workshop with Vertegy, Alberici’s LEED consultants. Plan to pass exam during summer 2011.

Architecture Design Studio: fall 2009 - spring 2010 Awarded for leadership in timely completion of group projects Nominated group leader for pre design projects

American Institute of Architectural Students (active member)

Precast Concrete Institute (active student member)

Boy Scouts of America

Eagle Scout merit: October 2003 Built signs for Piatt County Park District (pg. 24)

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Co-wrote and recorded the soundtrack to a senior thesis film: “A Wager of Testament” Twenty years experience playing guitar and drum set Ten years experience writing/recording music

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Monticello High School: 2000 - 2004

Carbondale, Illinois August 2008 - present Job Titles: Server, Bartender, Cashier, Certified Trainer (consistently top ten branch in nation)

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Carbondale, Illinois August 2008 - May 2009 Job Titles: Transit Driver, Disability Van Driver Delivered disabled, and injured students to class

Samuel Music Company

Champaign, Illinois September 2005 - August 2007 Job Title: Product/Service Specialist (musical instrument sales and service) Consistent monthly leader in sales Excelled in merchandising (designing displays to feature unpopular items)

Computer Proficiencies

Microsoft Office, Auto Desk - Auto CAD 2003-2010, Revit 2008-2011, Architectural Desktop 2008. Corel Draw. Google SketchUp Pro 2010. Adobe - In Design CS4-5, Photoshop CS4-5. Rhinoceros 3d modeling. (in order of experience)

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Associate degree in applied science Dean’s list with a graduating accumulative GPA of 3.3/4.0

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Although I have been interested in architecture most of my life, it wasn’t until my first years at Southern Illinois University that I began learning what architectural design really encapsulated. Here, I have applied strengths learned, prior to a knowledge of the built environment. For example, I have a natural ability to lead and teach others. That is, I began training during my first part time job at age 16 and have been selected to train new/current employees at every job since. Furthermore, this strength has benefited when it came time to work in groups for design projects. Although I was forced to learn time management skills during high school while juggling sports, a part time job, finalizing my eagle scout project, and homework; they were not fine-tuned until I was a full time student in the SIUC architecture program and worked two part time jobs while continuing to earn A grades.

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I began to understand early that I was a kinaesthetic learner when I enjoyed taking art classes and wood design/build classes in high school. For instance, I enjoyed drawing, painting, and especially the process of sketching, to creating detail CAD drawings, to actually building. That is because I believe one really understands how to solve problems in the third dimension when forced to go through all of those steps. This is why I am fascinated with all things built, as it takes the process in order to understand how every component works and how it feels to move through a space. My goals for the future are to acquire a position at a credible architectural design firm, while working toward an M-ARCH degree and completing the Architectural Registration Exam. In the office, I plan to bring elements of persistence, patience, and an open mind for learning from professionals. Also, I can apply almost a decade of service skills learned from sales, and expanse service applications. That is, as most of my professors have taught me, the practice of architecture is primarily a service industry.

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The design for the Montreal World Film Institute became a synthesis of a life of enjoying films, living with a film major, helping produce a motion picture, and researching the tectonics required to house that program complexity. The project was for context studio, therefore, as in the real world, a site visit is critical in order to understand how the building should live on the site. This site was chosen due to it’s proximity to downtown, within an urban corridor. Surrounded by typologies composed of a proposed symphony, Place Des Arts, an art museum, shopping centers, hotels, and Montreal University of Quebec. Also, a connection to several transportation media is adjacent below grade. Furthermore, a major highway that connects to New York is just one block away. Therefore, inspiration for the building came not only from film, but the ability to transpire the structure seamlessly with several different modes of transportation.

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The first image is a spatial analysis concept model that was done before most of the sketching and modelling. Likewise, we were producing the site model on the right simultaneously in order to achieve a good contextual bearing for our designs. Unlike the buildings, the roads, contours, and sidewalks were hand cut in order to limit hard, burnt lines produced from laser cutting. The last model below and left, was a final presentation small scale model. The color was chosen to be dark to let the interior stand out when the roofs are taken off. In the end, I was thanked by our client after she had seen several presentations, for having a design that appreciates the art of cinema, and excitedly pronounced that she never became lost when describing conceptual and architectural drawings.

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With a main conceptual focus on Interactionism - a sociological impetus for the parti and sketches that ultimately developed into the final design development phases. Interactionism - more than a technological pun, is a topic Erving Goffman talked about in his “Presentation of Self in Everyday Life.” He theorized that everyone lives with a faux facade, or a mask. A good portion of the presidential libraries give stark, up front, White House - like experiences. In his book, Goffman stated that interactionism “. . .is about organization of experiences and not organization of society. Aside from the deviation of normal architectonics, my design sought to contextualize to the fullest. For instance, rather than designing an elevated walkway from building to building that is only accessible by employees like Lincoln’s Museum and Library across the street; my design connects underground parking to the actual Amtrak station two blocks away. Still, the walkway will pierce both the museum and library for entrance to both buildings, all the while being accessible by public 24/7.

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Here are three concept models that were developed alongside the sketches to help with scale and design throughout the semester. Clockwise from top left: The first model was exploring how the building’s second level could be accessed by earth berms in order to further the context - interactionism driving forces. The second model was an exploration into the idea of heavy geometries to appear floating. This was a minor failure with scale, and the walkway was neither integrated, nor accessible. Lastly, this model is closest to the final, with exploration into the expressive structure that would hold this expanse walkway.


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Tributary Area - 558 sq ft Total Column Length - 20’-0” SERVICE/DELIVERY Live load(exhibition, storage, mechanical, atrium floor) ENTRANCE 1/4 of tributary @ 125 psf = 17437.5 + 3/4 @ 100 psf = 41832 = 106.25 psf Live Load = 106.25 psf

6” LED DOWNLIGHT FOR ATRIUM/EXHIBITION SERVICE/DELIVERY ATRIUM SQ FT GROUND FLOOR = 8173 WATTAGE OFENTRANCE LUMINAIRE = 36 WATTS

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For our lighting analysis, we considered a 3,000 sq ft. area within our building to calculate lighting loads and required luminaires by code.

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Again for the lighting portion of this project, we were instructed to analyze the same areas natural lighting characteristics. Previous studies revealed that although the glazing was facing north, ultraviolet radiation would penetrate into the exhibition spaces, causing harm to prospective artifacts. By adding a louvre system to the north wall revealed that very little sunlight would be allowed in the space, therefore, a skylit roof above the atrium was added with a custom perpendicular louvre system to allow for double refraction of summer sun entering. (for detailed, turn page)

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Above is Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. Throughout my undergraduate career, I enjoyed taking pictures of architectural details that I had never seen prior. Wright’s design for these windows become one of the more memorable discoveries. Fallingwater has dozens of windows on this specific corner of the house giving a fascinating sound effect from the waterfall, and surrounding forest. The sound coming from the fenestrations literally sound like someone turning up the volume of a stereo as one opens window after window.

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C Above are two images that were taken on different site visits for studio class. The top image is of Richard Sera’s commission for the Pulitzer Arts Museum in St. Louis. The image below is Moshe Safdie’s Habitat 67 in Montreal, Quebec. (beginning with the far left piece, moving clockwise) The first project, completed in cabinetmaking class in high school, is made of cherry ply and solid woods. The next project is an interlocking chair made of oak wood and green canvas. Next, a night stand also completed in high school also constructed of oak solid wood. The next is one of two signs that I drafted and constructed for my Eagle Scout project. One is located in Cerro Gordo, Illinois, the second is in Atwood, Illinois Lastly, is a construct of a modular component that was originally inspired by a series of taxonomical studies of a wild mushroom, done in concept studio class.


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RETAIL ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN

HOK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (314)421-20000 211 N Broadway, Saint Louis, MO 63102

MacGoy, Jon E. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (314)968-3287 326 Simmons Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63119

Chiodini Associates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(314)725-5588 1401 S Brentwood Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63144

The faux firm was a project to sum up the pro practice course. Shown on this page are some of the business aspects we worked on as well as completing a letter of understanding to supplement the AIA B151 shown below. At the end of the project we presented boards and a website, shown on the next page, for a clientInterview presentation.

Tao & Lee Associates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(314)446-0885 . 308 N 21st St Ste 600, Saint Louis, MO 63103 Fox Architects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(314)621-4343 . 500 Washington Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63101

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24 Compensation for additional project representation rendered by Principals and employees shall be based upon the hourly billing rates set forth below: Principal: Construction Observer:

Compensation for services rendered by principals and employees shall be based on a multiple of 3.0 times Direct Personnel Expense. Compensation for services rendered by Consultants shall be based on a multiple of 1.1 times their invoice.

Interest at a rate of 10% per month will be applied to invoices (or balances) unpaid after 30 days.

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Compensation to be based on a percentage fee of 5.6% based on a Group II Complexity project with an estimated budget of $8,175,000 initially equalling a total fee of $457,800 to be adjusted at the end of each phase and at a project completion per the fee schedule attached.

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Compensation for services rendered by principals and employees shall be based on a multiple of 3.0 times Direct Personnel Expense.

Below is a list of prospective additional services based on project type and complexity. Compensation for additional project services rendered by Principals and employees shall be based upon the hourly billing rates set forth below:

Compensation for Additional Services per employee type

Typical list of Additional services for level II complexity project

CEO: CFO: /hour Head of Retail Design: Head of Studio

LEED Research: Travel (other REI facilities): Mock up Furniture: Building Model: Building Information Modeling (BIM): Drawing Revisions: per paragraph 3.3.1

Arc. CAD Designer (4)

$225.00/hour $225.00/hour $225.00/hour $225.00/hour $120.00/hour

I.D. CAD Designers (4)

$120.00/hour

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$120.00/hour

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fors is a corporation dedicated to solving creative design solutions for the retail environment. Our design team consists of Architect and Interior Designers to deliver the most creative, innovative, and functional environment that satisfies the needs of the clients and consumers. In addition to focusing on sustaining the environmental conditions, our designers strive to give back by implementing the use of renewable energy systems. Understanding the marketing techniques used in retail gives FORS an edge on its other competitors. home contact about us

jason reynolds aia has been an architect for 4 years. jason is

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her BSID degree from Southern Illinois University, and worked for KHI Designers in St Louis for 6 years.

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the Head of Design Studio. Courtney has been an Interior Designer for 5 years. Courtney received her BSID degree from Southern Illinois University, and her MARCH degree from University of Syracuse. Courtney worked for KHI De-

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A 32,700 square foot retail building for REI Recreation co. in Round Rock Texas. The building is to be LEED Certified with an estimated cost of $8,175,000. The building program will be determined by our interior design team. The program, according to REI, and LEED Gold specifications is to be mixed use. Thereby, adding a mezzanine level to allow for community and recreation meetings during and after store hours. Likewise, the design of the interior, exterior, structure (sequenced by specialized consultants) will all be done by FORS.

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There will be a 10% discount of basic compensation, less additional services if paid 6 months prior to project completion. Additional services will be billed based on fore mentioned fee schedule, and any services that fall under article 3 of the AIA B151.

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FORS is a general corporation firm that specializes in retail design. Following the importance of the built environment, our principles and employees are structured around an equal combination of Interior design and Architectural design.

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note: not all of the information below is true, and the REI project was not completed by FORS. Also, FORS is not a real architectural firm.

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Southern Illinois University already encourages walking and biking by maintaining a vast forest in the center and contouring the campus. Located adjacent to the site is a large under used parking lot. After group research, we developed further site analyses and were encouraged to construct at least two big idea concepts. My first sketch was to have the bike shop the nucleus of a small campus consisting of the programmatic features: bicycle retail/repair shop, base camp, and a camp site. My second idea was the beginning of my final concept, a more holistic approach. Rather than concentrating on the site, I used the campus lake, national and regional bike trails, and the city as regulating lines to allow for the building to be an attraction and elevated above the complex topography, embracing a creek that connects to a residential walk/bikeway. With these trails surrounding the building, the bike shop wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be a place to find, like the first idea, it will be a outlet passed by thousands of students and citizens that reside south of the site, on their way to work or class. Furthermore, if someone does not have a bicycle, one can be rented from the base camp.


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Geometries of bldg taken from bicycle 4 Primary concepts taken from the idea that spokes hold the shape of the wheel and that the frame holds the user 5 Bike frame of two triangles regulate the east facade, curvilinear east facade reflects the bikeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wheel 6 Structural column diagram/truss calculations 7 North/south facade design based on design of logo 8 Further development of logo ideas 9 Bubble diagram 10 Progressed spatial diagram 11 Beginning floor plan sketch 12 A final sketch utilizing the site plan and regulating lines

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(PREVIOUS PAGES) View approaching the building from the south as seen from a bicyclists perspective. Elevated bike/walk path allows travellers to venture off of the busy highway and through a peaceful forest. A Bioclimatic section showing how clerestory windows and natural ventilation help preserve the forest B Scenic overlook as a break from riding, jogging, or walking, to view the forest that will be minimally disturbed through the use of a pile foundation system. C Dynamic perspective from bicycle approaching the retail space.

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The shelter project began with group research presentations involving issues related to the aftermath of recent earthquakes in Haiti and Chile, aftermath of the Gulf Coast hurricanes of 2005, the ongoing issues of urban homelessness in the USA, the need for shelter in war zones, and the extremes of poverty worldwide. With a strong focus on altruism in our designs, our concept was aimed toward self dignity. With the request from our professor, we were encouraged to make the design â&#x20AC;&#x153;look like architecture,â&#x20AC;? and not what other shelters are becoming around the world. For instance, one extreme is a horizontally extruded pentagon made of plywood inspired strictly by cost, not modularity. Another extreme that has been given to disaster relief victims is essentially a collapsable clothes hamper. After research, we began to understand that neither of these structures would be something we would be proud to sleep in. Utilizing one simple rectangular slat made of oak plywood, our shelter can be mass produced, and shipped for assembly, or in the case of the model we built, footings, custom cots, and structure can be added for semi permanent capabilities. In the end, our shelter was the only one that survived a trial sleep. Others designed their shelters from the outside in, leaving an after thought decision of making the bed a flat sheet of plywood. Again, our concept was inspired by dignity - would we feel comfortable sleeping in this shelter and would we be proud to have this as our temporary dwelling after a terrible disaster? The test was successful as we woke up from our shelter in the middle of campus with hundreds of students walking passed us, we were proud to emerge from the dwelling.

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From the beginning, this arc design was inspired by self customization of the structure to allow fenestrations, and patterns for wind and sunlight to enter. Still, the openings can be closed during a light rain, and for privacy. Aside from hand sketching, computer modelling and drafting, we provided a series of concept models as well as a mock up of the most complex issue, how the footing, cot, and arc all connect. A “T” shaped pin slides BED through the cot structure and into the adjustable footing to support the thrust of the arc.

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Cahokia was once a very prosperous city that was home to over a hundred mounds built to ascend above the 0LVVLVVLSSLĂ&#x20AC;RRGSODLQV1DWLYH Americans knew over a millennia DJRWKDWVWUXFWXUHVEXLOWRQORZĂ&#x20AC;RRGable elevations would result in poor living conditions and would simply become desolate.

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A once diverse racial city quickly marginalizes. Also, more and more buildings are abandoned, infrastructure is designed solely to direct tourists away from East St Louis.

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Grid System - mirroring downtown St Louis and projected from East St Louis, grid joins at a seam where major structures, streets, and green space become the axis for a merging city.

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