NATASHA M. REISING
1598 BROADVIEW AVE. APT A COLUMBUS, OH 43212 email@example.com (419) 283-4281
NATASHA M. REISING EDUCATION The University of Cincinnati Class of 2011: Master of Architecture The University of Cincinnati Class of 2009: Bachelor of Science, Architecture
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE WD Partners Intern Architect: Jun. 2011 - Present
Architectural Team Lead: Responsibilities include overseeing deliverable quality, maximizing team efficiency, and maintaining deliverable consistency as a consultant for an international retail company. Daily collaboration with support architectural designers and senior architects. Projects include sitespecific design and construction documents for new and renovation projects throughout the U.S. Additional responsibilities include internal management of client brand standards, and production/development of internal team process guidelines on a regular basis. This include sharing this information with the team, and monitoring team efficiency and effecitivness pertaining to these processes. Project Coordinator: Responsibilities include coordination with Clients, Environment Designers, Project Managers, Senior Architects and MEP teams to develop and deliver Site Surveys, Schematic Design, Design Development, and Construction Documents for fit-out retail environments. Effective communication and timely completion of deliverables throughout the project lifecycle have been keys to achieving high level client satisfaction.
2D: AutoCAD, TurboCAD, Microstation XM, Graphite 3D: Microstation 3D, SketchUp, Revit (2009, 2012, and 2013), Rhino, 3Ds MAX, Maya, BIM software Other: Microsoft Office, Adobe Suites (CS5), Grant writing, Mac/W indows platforms, Acrobat, Buzzsaw
SSOE Group Toledo, Ohio Co-op: Sept. 2009- Mar. 2010, Jun. 2010- Sept. 2010 Designed large-scale industrial automotive and food processing facilities. Responsibilities included rendering schematic proposals, modifying bid documents, updating CAD standards, drafting construction documents, digitally modeling designs in BIM software, preliminary checking of documents and responding to RFIs.
Childress and Cunningham Inc. Co-op: Mar. 2008- Dec. 2008
Earl Swensson Associates Co-op: Mar. 2007- Dec. 2007
Aided in creating small-scale residential and church design. Tasks included detailing of custom millwork, drafting construction documents, and assisting in construction management from bidding to site observation.
Supported design development of projects ranging from large-scale hospitality and healthcare facilities to international small-scale boutique hotel designs with varied construction types. Developed and presented physical models and digital renderings of building designs directly to clients.
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Habitat for Humanity Volunteer M. Architecture Graduate Student Association (Vice President) Alpha Phi Omega Volunteer Service Fraternity (2007-2011) NCARB Intern Architect
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