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The desire to become personally involved in the enrichment of the community through the shaping of space is why I became an architect, and I believe the firm I am a part of shares this passion. I’m looking to join a team that strives to craft quality solutions for the client and users in every project. This company inspires and supports career aspirations while encouraging a balanced lifestyle, and has fun throughout the process. These fundamental aspects express themselves throughout your work, which is one of the reasons for my high level of interest in joining your team.

MARAYD HENDRICKS Registered Architect marayd16@gmail.com O 541-419-8816

PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS • Impacting and inspiring the daily lives of users by thoughtfully shaping space • Making the basic need for shelter exceptional • Growing as a team leader • Sustainable design

• Mentorship • Large scale concept development, with equal attention to fine detail • Revitalization of Urban places • Project Types: Multi-Family, Mixed-use, Planning, Hospitality 1


MARAYD HENDRICKS Registered Architect marayd16@gmail.com O 541-419-8816

ALCOA

Pittsburgh, PA

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HUNTERS STATION Nashville, TN

CITY’S EDGE

Pittsburgh, PA


THE MARKET

West Virginia University, Morgantown WV

WVU HEALTH CAMPUS West Virginia University, Morgantown WV

THE MILL

Pittsburgh, PA

OR, THE WHALE

Pittsburgh, PA

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Simpatico Cafe

ALCOA HISTORIC RENOVATION

Pittsburgh PA - 2017 Completion

Adaptive reuse of the historic Alcoa headquarters into residential units, offices, community space, and ground floor restaurants.

SIMPATICO CAFE

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RESIDENTIAL ELEVATOR BANK

SIXTH AVENUE

As my first project at Strada Architecture LLC, I assisted in the completion of design and Construction Documents of the apartments, as well as the office floors. The design and completion of the ground floor restaurants (Talia Cucina Rosticceria, Earth Inspired Salads, and Simpatico Cafe) were aspects I was most involved with.

DN UP

COMMERCIAL ELEVATOR BANK

Existing Regional Enterprise Show Room - Talia

DN

UP GRAB N GO

GRAB N GO

W/D

Responsibilities Included:

Talia

Talia: - Assisted project manager with design concepts and documentation Earth: - Consulted with client for design - Selected materials, and completed Construction Documents - Coordinated with consultants - Oversaw construction

Ground Floor Plan

Existing Bird Cage- Simpatico Cafe

Residential/Office: - Involved in assisting with the layouts of select offices - Space planning of amenity area - Layout of apartment plans, assisting with documentation

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Earth WILLIAM PENN PLACE

Existing Diner - Earth Inspired Salads

Earth Inspired Salads


Talia Restaurant

Talia Bar

Simpatico Cafe

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HUNTERS STATION FOODIE CAMPUS Nashville, TN - Fall 2018 Completion

Transforming a nostalgic auto repair shop and annex into a ‘Foodie Campus’ including seven food concepts, a co-working culinary incubator space, and development offices to anchor East Nashville. Collaboration with the owner and each individual tenant personalized to this foodie campus. The diverse and inspirational design makes this project exciting and dynamic. Core & Shell phase is currently under construction, with Tenant Fit-out phase to begin in May. Responsibilities included:

- Analysis of code requirements

- Assisted in Contract Document writing - Collaboration with in-house landscape

architect for the campus design - Coordinated complex design and existing conditions with engineers - Completion of Construction Documents - Wrote Specifications - Lead small team in Tenant Fit-out development and documentation - Overseeing C.A.

Hunters Campus - From Main Street

Annex

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Main Building


Main Building

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4 5 Annex

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2 8

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Main Street

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The Grilled Cheeserie

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Citizen Market

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55 South

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Citizen Kitchen Entrance/Loading Dock

3

Tacos Maria

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Outdoor Seating

4

Vui’s Kitchen Vietnameese

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Bocce Ball

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2

8

5

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6

3

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CITY’S EDGE MIXED USE

Pittsburg, PA - Spring 2018 Construction

City’s Edge is a 9 story mixed-use, mixed-income development at the seam of Downtown Pittsburgh and the currently underdeveloped Hill District. This development catalyst includes mixed-income housing, commercial space, and a parking garage. It also includes ground level, and rooftop outdoor space for creative public interaction. Bringing multiple aspects together in a seamless manner, while also distinguishing each portion, was an invigorating design challenge. Activating the street and creating a space for the community was key in making this a true place. Responsibilities included:

- Analysis of complex code requirements - Site analysis - Met low income housing requirements - Designed within tight budget and

zoning restrictions - Collaboration with city planning and local community - Concept development, facade and massing study through to D.D. - Collaboration with Landscape Architect - Completion of Construction Documents

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Ground Floor

First Floor

Fourth Floor (Typical Apartments)

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THE MARKET WVU HSC CAFE

WVU, Morgantown WV - August 2018

The Market is an indoor-outdoor food hall located at the heart of the WVU Health Science Campus and is frequented by students, staff and hospital employees. It has transformed a 1970’s cafeteria into a free flowing food hall with private meeting rooms and flexible covered patio. I worked closely with the Project Manager and contractors to design, document and execute this project in only 90 days.

Exterior Before

Interior Before

Exterior After

Interior After

The concept of food stalls gave each tenant the ability to personalize their front, while also being cohesive. Keeping open and bright brought this once dark, dated cafeteria back to life. Responsibilities included: - Collaboration with tenants for personalized designs - Concept development and space planning - Material Selection - Collaboration with Landscape Architect - Completion of Construction Documents

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13 Covered Patio UP

UP

Meeting Room 48(5) 24

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Smoker

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24 (5) 48

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24 (5) 48

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Little Donkey’s EIO Cafe

Common kitchen and BOH (5) 24 48

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Hugh Baby’s

Smoker

(5) 24 48

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Future Tenant (5) 24 48


WVU HEALTH CAMPUS MASTER PLAN Morgantown, WV

Multi-phased 100+ acre master plan designed to re-shape West Virginia University’s Health Science Campus as it continues to grow since it’s initial construction in 1951. Through extensive analysis, research and design, I was part of the team throughout the process. Indoor-Outdoor connections across extreme topography, while remaining easily accessible for patients, staff, and students was key as this campus expands. Responsibilities included:

- Extensive analysis of HSC building and campus • Pedestrian/vehicular/transit access • Program functionality /efficiency

- Collaboration with WVU HSC and Ruby Hospital for future expansion needs

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Existing Health Science Center Analysis: Determination of the ability for this non-functioning building to be demolished, in order to make way for the future campus configuration.

CurrentHSC Health Split Science Center (Split) NORTH TOWER North Tower

HSC Health Department Current Science Squarefootage Center Departments

SOUTH TOWER South Tower

NORTH TOWER North Tower

Health Science Center Phase 1A Department RE-Arangement North Tower NORTH TOWER

South Tower SOUTH TOWER -By DepartmentDEPARTMENTS

Proposed Total PROPOSED

HealthPhase Science 1B Center Phased Demolition NewBUILDING Building NEW

Department NEEDS Needs DEPARTMENT

North Tower NORTH TOWER

SOUTHSouth TOWER Demolish Tower DEMOLISHED

EIGHTH FLOOR EIGTH FLOOR

SEVENTH FLOOR SEVENTH FLOOR

SIXTH FLOOR SIXTH FLOOR

MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS South Tower: 173,998 sqft

SCHOOL OF SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY Future Need: 62,638 sqft DENTISTRY

FIFTH FLOOR FIFTH FLOOR

FOURTH FLOOR FOURTH FLOOR

FOURTH FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR THIRD FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR SECOND FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

SCHOOL OF SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH South Tower: 23,281 sqft PUBLIC HEALTH

SCHOOL OF SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH Future Need: 15,856 sqft PUBLIC HEALTH ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATION Future Need: 143,495 sqft

ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATION South Tower: 123,128 sqft

FIRST FLOOR

GROUND FLOORFLOOR GROUND

GROUND FLOOR

Future Need: 15,937 sqft

SCHOOL OF SCHOOL OF PHARMACOLOGY Future Need: 28,014 sqft PHARMACOLOGY

SCHOOL OF SCHOOL OF PHARMACOLOGY South Tower: 4,898 sqft PHARMACOLOGY

CLASSROOMS CLASSROOMS Future Need: 65,056 sqft

CLASSROOMS CLASSROOMS South Tower: 6,963 sqft

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE (Clinical) SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Future Need: 135,150 sqft

CLINICAL

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE (Basic Science) SCHOOL OF sqft MEDICINE Future Need: 121,955

BASIC SCIENCE

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE South Tower: 155,075 sqft

Market

BASEMENT BASEMENT

to new building)

SCHOOL OF NURSING SCHOOL OF NURSING

SCHOOL OF NURSING SCHOOL OFsqftNURSING South Tower: 19,036

FIRST FLOOR FIRST FLOOR

(Partial Admin to move Partial Admin to move

BASEMENT RUBY HOSPITAL FUNCTIONS RUBY HOSPITAL South Tower: 25,338 sqft

Existing Condition

South Tower Department qunatification

Department

Consolidation

Determine future department needs

New Building for School of Medicine + Partial Admin

Demolish South Tower

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New - Current Phase New - Previous Phase

Phase 1

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Existing


New - Current Phase New - Previous Phase

Phase 2

Existing

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New - Current Phase New - Previous Phase

Phase 3

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Existing


Existing Facilities to Remain a

Bank Building

b

Mountaineer Station

c

Health South

d

BRNI

e

Ruby Hospital

f

Chestnut Ridge

g

Byrd Research Center

h

Cancer Center

c

Parking Structure

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Mixed Use/Clinical

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West Connector Building

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Development Site

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HSC Academic building + Parking

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North Connector Building

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HSC Academic Building

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Campus Hub

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School of Medicine

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Cancer Center Expansion

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Children’s Hospital

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Mountaineer Square

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Medical Commons

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HSC Quad New - Current Phase

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3

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Hospital Expansion

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New - Previous Phase Existing

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THE MILL APARTMENT COMPLEX Pittsburgh, PA

Through two phases, an old industrial site will be the home of a new residential complex within a research and technology hub. With the core of the campus reflecting the site’s steel mill history through design, The Mill also takes advantage of view corridors to the adjacent river and access to the river trail system. Blending industrial ‘machine’ aesthetics with simply detailed warehouse building styles evoke the essence of the site’s history. Abundant green space allows a pedestrian scale while also incorporating sustainable design.

Existing Site Condition

Inspiration

The Mill’s Central Commons Rain Garden

Phase 1

Phase 2

While the design has been well documented, the construction set is the extent of this project currently. Responsibilities included:

- Space planning and apartment

layouts - Facade Study - Interior concept development - Completion of Design Development through Construction Documents

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Riv

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Common building and Entrance from Technology Drive The Mill on Second Ave

Pittsburgh, PA

Walnut Capital

Common building and Entrance from Technology Drive The Mill on Second Ave

Pittsburgh, PA

Walnut Capital

Second Floor Plan ( Typical Apartment Plan)

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OR, THE WHALE RESTAURANT + BAR Pittsburgh, PA

this seafood and chop house resides in the old gym of the historic Salvation Army building in downtown Pittsburgh, PA. Utilizing the existing mezzanine level, the main dinning area takes advantage of the expansive ceiling heights with themed details and lighting. The open kitchen, a window into the butcher room and the private dinning wine cellar bring life into this abandoned gym. The mezzanine bar revitalizes the balcony of the once multi-level chapel. While the existing ceilings and windows have been restored, new casework and detailing was done in harmonious styling and design.

Existing Gym - Lower dining area Before

Responsibilities included:

- Concept development - Design concept collaboration with the owner - Material selection - Completion of Design Development through Construction Documents

Dining area from Entry

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Lower dining area After


Corr. 208

SCALE: 1/8" =

1'-0"

N 10'-2"

Stair ST-3

+4'-0" FEC

+4'-3" Meat Cure 041

UP Area Dining 028 Stair ST-2 +4'-0"

Storage Mezzanine Bar 028A

UP

Stair ST-2

DN 46'-1"

Vestibule 038

Office 039 Unisex Toilet 115C

Storage 112a

UP

Storage 028A Demarc./IT +4'-3" Room 112b

Expo Kitchen 036

Landing Area 111

Freight Elev. EL-3

Data Clst. 119

Stair ST-3

Family Tlt. 109A

Loading Vestibule 121 A: 113 sq ft

Server 123

Profe Corridor 120

Vert. Shaft VS-1 Corr. 110

Corridor 116

Stair ST-2

Unisex Toilet 115B

UP Dining 124

DN

DN

Unisex Toilet 115C

Data Clst. 119

Freight Elev. EL-3

Proje Family Tlt. 109A

Family Tlt. 109B

Open to below Mech. Closet 124AStorage 112a

Expo Kitchen UP 036

UP

DN UP Parlor 115 A: 992 sq ft

DN

0'-0"

10'-2"

Bar 122 Corridor 120

Unisex Toilet 115B

UP

Dining Area 028

UP

Elev. EL-1

Vert. Shaft VS-1

DN

Expo Kitchen 036

Align

Corridor 116

Align

Elev. EL-2

FEC

Freight Elev. EL-3

Copier

+4'-3"

Expo Kitchen 036

Data Clst. 029

Stair ST-3 FEC

Prep. Kitchen 040

1'-0"

22'-3"

22'-3"

Office 039

UP

Parlor 115 A: 992 sq ft

SCALE: 1/8" =

Loading Vestibule 121 A: 113 sq ft

F

Vestibule 038

eight Elev. EL-3

0'-0"

Storage 017

Partial Second Floor Plan - Access from Gues

3 A1.01

UP

DW

Prep. Kitchen 040

Meat Cure 041

Freight Elev. EL-3

Data Clst. 218

Partial Second Floor Plan - Access from Guest Rooms to Stair 2 46'-1"

FEC

Housekeeping 207

Vert. Shaft VS-1

Corr. 219 UP Stair ST-2 DN

3 A1.01

+4'-3"

Room 204

Freight Elev. EL-3

Data Clst. 218

UP Stair ST-2 DN

-0"

Below

Housekeeping 207

Vert. Shaft VS-1

UP

Proje

Landing Area 111

Family Tlt. 109B

(1) Step

FEC

Corr.

Distrik 110

14060

Clien

Green Private Dining 034

Pastry Rm 035

0'-0"

FEC

Elev. EL-2 Business Center 104 Elev. EL-1

Align

UP

Demarc./IT Room Elev. 112b EL-2

Issue(

DN

Date

Elev. Lobby 100

Pastry Rm 035

Private Dining 034

UP

12.13.1 Elev. Business EL-1 Center 104

FEC

Entry/ Lounge 125

Elev. Lobby 100

Align

Check-in Desk 103

Valet 108

Align

Align

Office 102

Vestibule 107

Lobby 105

DN UP

Restaurant Bar

Lower Level Floor Plan

Valet 108

Porte Cochere

Office 102

Luggage Room 106

UP Stair ST-1

Check-in Desk 103

Vestibule 107

Lobby 105

Ground Floor Plan DN

UP

Fire Comm. Rm. 118

Vestibule 101

UP Stair ST-1

Stair ST-4 DN

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Luggage Room 106

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