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PROFESSIONAL &ACADEMIC PROJECTS Professional Projects 2007-2012, 2014-2015

Studio Projects

Fall 2012-Spring 2014


Nizam Uddin Ahmed 2531 Benvenue Ave. Apt 15 Berkeley, CA 94704 arch.nizamahmed@gmail.com 217 721 9546 (cell)

Objective

To be established as an exemplary architect in the field of architecture with my knowledge, understanding, experience, professionalism, and dedication in the future.

Education 05/2014

Illinois School of Architecture The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Urbana, IL Master of Architecture (NAAB accredited professional program)

2006 Architecture Discipline Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh Bachelor of Architecture

Experiences Brick, LLP 928 Carleton St. Berkeley CA Designer

Skills 07/2014 to 04/2015 Worked in Design Development phase, prepared Construction Documents in Revit for several multi-family residential and commercial projects around the Bay area including Oakland and Palo Alto in a group under supervision of the project architects. Prepared presentation with Adobe Creative Suite, researched and selected materials and appliances, coordinated with other consultants, contractors, and vendors in the process of Design-Build.

RailTEC and NURail University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Urbana, IL Graphic Designer

06/2013 to 05/2014

D’form Consultants Ltd. Dhaka, Bangladesh Partner and Senior Architect

03/2010 to 07/2012

Mak Estate Developments Ltd. Dhaka, Bangladesh Architect

07/2009 to 02/2010

Interdec Systems Dhaka, Bangladesh Assistant Architect

07/2008 to 06/2009

Spacescape Dhaka, Bangladesh Assistant Architect

Producing logos, flyers, posters, annual reports, and brochures for various seminars, symposiums, and conferences.

Designed and managed residential and commercial building and interior projects. Involved in dealing with clients, outlining project goal, leading a team of 5 people including a junior architect. Made project presentation, supervised construction site and interacted with other consultants. Produced architectural design and drawings, shop drawing, dealt with clients, and supervised construction site. Designed brochures and posters for marketing. Assisted chief architect with design development and construction drawings of several residential, commercial, and interior design projects. Made project presentation and collaborated with other professionals, delivered shop drawings, and supervised construction sites.

05/2007 to 06/2008 Assisted principal architect by involving in Site Survey, the schematic, design development and detail design phase. Prepared construction drawings and material specification, supervised construction site. Worked well with co-workers in groups, collaborated with other consultants. Got experience in furniture design and Interior works.

Revit 2015, AutoCAD 2014, 3DStudio Max, SketchUp Pro, Rhinoceros Adobe Creative Cloud (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator), CorelDraw X3

Dreamweaver, Microsoft Office Products Ecotect, EnergyPlus, eQUEST, IES Virtual Environment

Professional Affiliation Actively completing IDP hours to get licensure Associate member The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Member Institute of Architects Bangladesh (IAB) Licensed architect in Bangladesh Registration no. A171

Interest Visting places and meeting people. Surprised all time observing the variations in nature. Photography is my insatiable desire that I am still trying


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS 2007-2012

2014-2015


professionalWORKS 2014-2015

385 SHERMAN Client The Minkoff Group

Project Location Palo Alto, CA Project Type Office space and Apartments

Consultant Brick, LLP Berkeley, CA

Responsibilities

Worked closely with Project Architect in a group in Construction Documents phase, assisted in preparStatus Building Permit ing drawings in Revit, researched in materials, and prepared submittal packages.


Client SRM Development

Project Location Oakland, CA Project Type Apartments

Responsibilities

Worked closely with Project Architect in a group in Design Development and Construction Documents phase, assisted in modeling and preparing drawings in Revit, prepared submittal packages.

Consultant Brick, LLP Berkeley, CA

Status Building Permit

TEMESCAL APARTMENTS 2014-2015


2012 Rahman Park

Client Moonstar Properties Ltd. Project Location Mirpur, Bangladesh

Project Type Residential(Apartments) Consultant D’Form Consultants Ltd. Status Completed

Responsibilities Assisted the developer in architectural design, consulted with engineers and produced architectural drawings, supervised site


2012

Residence of Mr. Alam Client Ahsanul Alam.

Project Location Jamalpur, Bangladesh

Project Type Renovation (Residential) Consultant D’Form Consultants Ltd. Status Completed

Responsibilities Meeting client, documentaion of previous status,designing, drafting, consulting with engineers, material selection and construction supervising. Section Through Front Porch

Front Elevation


Wooden Bridge on Pool

2012

Landscape Design

Client APCOM Group.

Project Location Gazipur, Bangladesh

Project Type Landscape design

Consultant D’Form Consultants Ltd.

Status Completed

Responsibilities Meeting client, designing, drafting, consulting with civil and electrical engineers, supervising construction.


Plan of the Pool and Adjacent Area


2011

Studio Apartment Building Client A K Azad, Alam Group.

Project Location Cox’s Bazar, Chittagong, Bangladesh Project Type Residential

Consultant D’Form Consultants Ltd. Status Completed

Responsibilities Outlining client’s requirements, architectural design and drawings, meeting professionals of the city regulatory committee, consulting with engineers, prepared shop drawings, and supervising construction site.


Alif South Breeze Client Alif prperties Ltd.

Project Location Feni, Chittagong, Bangladesh Project Type Residential (Apartments) Consultant D’Form Consultants Ltd. Status Completed

Responsibilities Outlining client’s requirements, architectural design and drawings, consulting engineers, shop drawings, and supervising construction site.


2011 Nasir House

Client Md. Nasir Uddin Project Location Uttara R/A, Dhaka, Bangladesh Project Type Single Family Residence Consultant D’Form Consultants Ltd. Status Completed

Responsibilities Worked as Senior Architect and outlined client’s requirements, preparing architectural design, construction drawings, consulting engineers, shop drawings, and supervising construction site.


INTERIOR DESIGN

2010

Longbeach Hotel Ltd.

D’Form Consultants Ltd

Responsibilities Teaming with an interior designer, I designed the interior of this large scale luxurious hotel in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. The spaces include main lobby, cafe, dine in restaurant, poolside restaurant, conference and meeting rooms, suites and washrooms. Involved in the whole process from dealing client, designing, material research, leading construction team.


reception

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lounge


kitchenette bathroom


pool


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livingroom

games restaurant


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Mak Estate Developments Ltd. Banani, Dhaka Co-Architects Mukta Saha, Hasib Hoque

2009 2010

Period From July 2009-Feb 2010

July Feb

Responsibility Assessment of environmental, socio-economic and other values of the project. Prepare Architectural Design and Drawings according to the valid building construction rules. Assign technical hands to prepare detail drawing.Ltd. Mak Estate Developments Follow-Up day to day developments of assigned job Architect Keeping correspondence with government and non government bodies like RAJUK (Dhaka city development authority of Bangladesh) and clients as well. Arrange supportive structural, Electrical, Plumbing Design & Drawings Preparation of technical Specification, Schedule of Responsibilities items, Bill of Quantity & Cost Estimations with the help of responsible co-worker. design which Producing architectural Top level supervision. includes plan, elevation, section and construction details along with approval drawings, 3d Models, brochures.

Rokeya Heaven, Dhaka

Sultan Abode, Dhaka

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Maryum, Dhaka

Dream Dale, Dhaka

Evergreen, Dhaka


Farazi Villa, Dhaka

Ground Floor landscaping

Roof Top

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Khan Tower, Dhaka

Ashaborie, Dhaka

Prim Rose, Dhaka

Sakura, Dhaka


Responsibilities

Produced architectural details and drawings by AutoCAD, meeting engineers to synchronize architectural design, preparing material specification and checking Bill of Quantity produced by co-workers, preparing shop drawings, and supervising construction site.

Ismailia Jamatkhana, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Project type: Institutional Status: Built (2008)

May June

2007 2008

Spacescape Assistant Architect

Entrance to the Project


Prayer Hall Ismailia Jamatkhana


ACADEMIC PROJECTS MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE


Museum Building Institute Building

Northern Plains Native American Institute of Art South Dakota Spring 2014


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From Museum (second floor lobby) towards Theater Court


Curatorial Building Archival Building

Museum Building (from south-east part of the site)


Archival Building Theater

Museum Building (Archival functions) and Theater Court


Museum Building (Archival functions) and Theater Court

Institute Building and Student Housing is visible from the court through Museum lobby.


Exhibition space Museum Building


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From Theater Lobby looking towards southern Valley


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e are a part of everything that is beneath us, above us, and around us. Our past is our present, our present is our future, and our future is seven generations past and present. -Haudenosaunee teaching This project is to house cultural and academic programs for the native american population which is a necessity in the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. While researching on native american culture and distinct space quality, we found it very different than we usually have. These spaces are evolved from deep knowledge, experiences and directly related to their cultural activities. I tried to capture that spirit into my design.

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Fall 20 ARCH 572 Behavior and Environment

Native American Study And Cultural Center

West Quad, UIUC Campus Instructor Professor Joy Monice Malnar

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Daylighting and Energy Usage Investigation

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R 21.8 (WALL) 4.75” Brick Normal Fireclay 1” Polystyrine Foame (High density)insulation) 4” Lightweight Concrete Monthly HVAC Load Investigation

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rain Elevator at Langley is the example of first generation elevators. The idea of storing grains and the structure is a part of prairie history. One of the important feature of the elevator is its verticality which came out with functionality and made it unique and spectacular. As if it is announcing its history itself looking at the prairie. The objective of the project is build new facilities on that historic site. My idea is to create a pathway for the user of the new facilities; to build the new settings without disturbing the old elevator but in a way that the visitor can feel the time, know the history and visualize the past while traveling the pathway throughout the project.

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Spring 20 ARCH 573 Technology and Performance

House of Corns and Beans A Museum of Agricultural History Langley, Illinois.

Instructor Professor Vidar Lerum


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hicago, ‘the world’s capital city of tall buildings’is one of the most fascinating megacity on earth. Socio-economic development, commercial thrust, geographic location, historical background has maneuvered the city’s architecture to the top. The urban fabric as product of contemporary styles with conserved values, use of technologically advanced newer ideas can easily surprise the visitors in Chicago. In the last century, this city became the birth place of high rise buildings.‘High Speed Railway Station and Business Tower’ is proposed with contemporary needs. The station is to make home to the high speed trains, promises to accommodate huge number of people, and to make transition to the city and the country. On the other hand, the tower is dedicated to commercial features like offices and hotel, especially for people coming to the city for business purpose. The project is located on the intersection of Canal and Randolph Street. Lake Street goes through dividing the site. The location is crucial as it is situated on the bank of Chicago River that holds nice panoramic views to the city, just beside the Loop. As it is close to the business district of Chicago, the city will certainly be benefitted from the station and the tower. As part of a group work, the author was responsible of designing the Buisness Tower. The Rail Station part was designed by the other group members of different Design Studio

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Fall 20 ARCH 573 Technology and Performance

High Speed Railway Station and Business Tower Chicago, Illinois

Instructor Professor Paul Armstrong


High speed railway station and Business tower

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High Speed Railway Station and Business Tower

Office Lobby and Amenities at +27’ Level

Typical Office Floor at +53’ Level

Typical Office Floor at +66’ Level

Typical Office Floor at +79’ Level

Typical Hotel Plan at +459’ Level

Hotel Sky Lobby at +742’ Level

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Section detail at Office Levels


High Speed Railway Station and Business Tower

+ 742’ LEVEL STRUCTURAL FLOOR

+ 433’ LEVEL STRUCTURAL FLOOR

+ 183’ LEVEL STRUCTURAL FLOOR Bracing Members

Structural System Twisted Columns and Outrigger system with central core inside


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High Speed Railway Station and Business Tower

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ACADEMIC PROJECTS BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE


Conservation of Paharpur Buddhist Temple Complex Badal Gachhi, Nougao Bangladesh Supervisor:Professor Bijon Bihari Sharma

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Term 5Bachelor Thesis Project

1200

years old Paharpur Buddhist Monestery is one of the spectacular and famous arhaeological monuments of the world. Historically, it was the last center of buddhism while it was losing its power in the central India which was also one of the reasons of enlisting it as UNESCO world heritage site. It stands with the pride of being the ancient center of buddhist philosophy, a mile stone in temple architecture, and a conjunctive picture of religion and people. Monuments that lose their glorious era are often considered useless. they become derelict, misused and even left to the mercy. It is curious fact that while the issue of identity has been foremost in recent Bengali cultural consiousness, Paharpur Temple, possibly the most profound site of identity-marking, has been poorly addressed. lack of fund and general apathy from both public and government has resulted in the irreparable loss of many ancient evidences that document the rich history of Bengal architecture. In this project, while designing tourist facilities, I took a target to uncover the wisdom of this temple for ordianry people, using the ancient architectural features in contemporary way to promote social awareness.


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Conservation of Paharpur Buddhist Temple Complex Residential Units

Court of Vortex Museum

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Conservation of Paharpur Buddhist Temple Complex

Open Air Theater Court of Performace

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Section Through Brahma Rekha

Section Through Soma Rekha

Section through Museum


Conservation of Paharpur Buddhist Temple Complex

Subsurface Drainage For Structure Below Water Table

Foundation Detail

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Conservation of Paharpur Buddhist Temple Complex


Sonadanga Housing Complex Design of Bangladesh aKhulna, residence complex

Term 2005

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Design of A Cardiac Clinic Shibbari, Khulna, Bangladesh

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Community Club

Nirala, Khulna, Bangladesh

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To design a community club for the people who come here to be relaxed, I wanted to make building in such a manner that the eyes will not stop at any right, sharp corner. To make a flowing functional space, I went for dome structure.

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