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SAM WILLIAMS

PROFESSIONAL & ACADEMIC ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

2009 - Present


Spiro Kostof

TABLE OF CONTENTS

“Architecture is a social act and the material theater of human activity.”


RECREATION BUILDING

RB

THORPE LANE

CULINARY INSTITUTE

TL

CI

MEDICAL CENTER

MC

HEALTH CLINIC

HC

ADDITIONAL WORK

AW

FS

FIRE STATION

SS

SECONDARY SCHOOL

CURRICULUM VITAE

CV


University of North Texas Health Science Center Recreation Building

UNTHSC, Fort Worth, TX Student Rec./Meeting Center In Progress, 2012 A small team at Dewberry won a bid to design the new recreation/academic building on the University of North Texas Health Science Center campus in Fort Worth. It combines elements of a recreation building, student meeting center and faculty oďŹƒce building. This site presented many acoustical and site challenges. The program consisted of a full indoor basketball court and running track sharing common spaces with oďŹƒces and meeting rooms. We designed special floor slabs, plumbing walls and acoustic dampers to address these concerns. The urban site contained an existing academic building with a unique footprint. Since the university intends for the recreation building to be a primary gateway into the Fort Worth campus, we added a breezeway to facilitate movement into what is to be the main lawn for the campus. My responsibility on the project entailed much of the design and production of the preliminary construction documents and presentation drawings. Specifically, I worked with the project architect to optimize the performance of the louvers on the main elevation in addition to material selection inside and out. I also worked to create the exterior and interior renderings using Revit and Photoshop post processing.

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DEWBERRY ARCHITECTS


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ELEV.

WOMEN'S LOCKER SHOWERS

IDP

DN

ELEV.

DN

STAIR 5 UP

UP

LOBBY

CARDIO

WOMEN'S LOCKER TOILETS

ELEC.

UP

MEN'S LOCKER SHOWERS

JANITOR

LINE OF COURT BELOW LINE OF FLOOR ABOVE UP

DN

MEN'S LOCKER TOILETS

WOMEN'S LOCKER ROOM

UP

UP

STAIR 6 LACTATION ACTIVITY MULTIPURPOSE COURT

OFFICE

OPEN TO BELOW

MEN'S LOCKER ROOM

LINE OF FLOOR ABOVE DN

STORAGE/LAUNDRY

CARDIO

SERVICE DESK

LINE OF COURT BELOW

DIVIDER NET

DN OPEN TO BELOW

STAIR 3 LOBBY

UP UP

OPEN TO BELOW

LINE OF FLOOR ABOVE

ELEV. SOFT LOUNGE

ELEV. COMMONS

VENDING LOBBY

TRASH

RECYLE

COPIER

COFFEE/ HOT WATER

MEDIUM MEETING

DIVIDABLE MEETING

MEN'S RESTROOM

MULTIPURPOSE

WOMEN'S RESTROOM

JANITOR DIVIDABLE MEETING

STORAGE SOFT LOUNGE

DN

PANTRY

DN

STORE

DN

TABLE/CHAIR STORAGE

DIVIDABLE MEETING

SERVING

A/V RACK RM.

IDP

ELEC. CORRIDOR

CORRIDOR ELEV. ELEV.

MET BUILDING

DIVIDABLE MEETING

MET BUILDING

DN DN

STORAGE

STAIR 1 UP

UP

DUMBWAITER

ground level floor plan IDP

ELEV.

second level floor plan ELEV. RM

WOMEN'S RESTROOM

DN

ELEV. STAIR 5

LOBBY GROUP EXERCISE

GROUP EXERCISE

LINE OF FLOOR ABOVE

MEN'S RESTROOM

LOBBY STORAGE

UP

LINE OF FLOOR BELOW

GROUP EXERCISE

STAIR 4 DN

STORAGE

STORAGE

OPEN TO BELOW

STAIR 6

STAIR 6 MECHANICAL

FREE WEIGHTS STORAGE

DN

CORRIDOR

UNISEX RESTROOM

OPEN TO ABOVE

OPEN TO BELOW

CORRIDOR A/V RACK RM. JANITOR

WORKROOM

OFFICE

WORKSTATION

MEDITATION SMALL MEETING

MEN'S RESTROOM

WOMEN'S RESTROOM

ASST. DIRECTOR

STORAGE H.P. MANAGER

LACTATION

DN

RUNNING TRACK

CORRIDOR

ASSESSMENT

ELEC.

PATIO

MECHANICAL

D.O.H.P.

OFFICE F.C. MANAGER

STUDENT LOUNGE

RECEPTION

STRETCHING

SOFT LOUNGE

OPEN TO BELOW

STRETCHING

LINE OF FLOOR ABOVE

DN

MEDIUM MEETING

OFFICE OFFICE STAIR 3 CORRIDOR

MECHANICAL

OFFICE OFFICE ELEV. STORAGE ELEV. RM MEDIUM MEETING

KITCHENETTE

OFFICE SOFT LOUNGE

RUNNING TRACK RUNNING TRACK

OPEN TO BELOW OPEN TO ABOVE LINE OF FLOOR ABOVE

OFFICE

SOFT LOUNGE OFFICE

OFFICE

OFFICE

OFFICE

OFFICE

D.O.S.D.

OFFICE DIRECTOR MECHANICAL

OFFICE DIRECTOR WORK ROOM OFFICE

JANITOR JANITOR

COPY

IDP

OFFICE

IDP STUDENT DEV. CUBICLES

ELEC.

ELEV. RM RUNNING TRACK

OFFICE

ELEV.

ELEV.

MET BUILDING

STORAGE

MET BUILDING

DN

STAIR 1 UP

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third level floor plan DEWBERRY ARCHITECTS

STAIR 1 UP

fourth level floor plan


east elevation with main entrance

south elevation with retail

opposite page left: wall section at louver

vertical circulation section

north-south building section rb-4


Cancer Treatment Centers of America Southeastern Regional Medical Center

Newnan, GA Clinic/Infusion Addition Under Construction, 2013 The program of this addition contains a variety of uses for patients, caregivers, staff, and students. The ground floor is primarily programmed as a clinic. The second floor contains dozens of infusion bays for patients and their caregivers. The third floor is largely medical office space. The fourth floor will eventually contain educational and meeting spaces. Of the many factors driving the design of the addition, patient comfort was the primary driving force. On the second floor, which contains the infusion bays, the exterior facades are largely glazed curtain walls. This allows as much natural light as possible to permeate into the large floor plate. Within the building, the infusion bays utilize hundreds of transom glass panes to maintain both natural lighting levels and privacy. While private, the infusion bays were also meant to not completely isolate patients and their caregivers. Surrounding the patient infusion spaces and clinic are a series of semi-private patios and gardens. This is supposed to assist in the patients’ comfort in connecting to the natural and landscaped features throughout the site.

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DEWBERRY ARCHITECTS

I had a very large role in this project though all phases through bidding. I assisted in the design of the exterior scheme and infusion bays. I developed much of the construction documentation, including all wall sections and details. I also created interior and exterior renderings to display to clients.


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BH.6 BH.2 BH

K.10 BG

BE BD.9

BC BA.2 BA A

BD

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A.5 A.6 A.7

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B.5 B.6 B.65 B.68

B.3 B.4

C

AK

AJ

AH.9

D

E.3

AG

FLUID APPLIED AIR AND MOISTURE BARRIER

A.2.212

1/2" WALL SHEATHING B4

INFUSION 38

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I2024

S201S S311S

INFUSION 13 I2017

INFUSION 12

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INFUSION 11 I2011

S301S

NUTRITION I2004

INFUSION 10

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CORRIDOR

S311S SA

S311S SS

P206

A6 A.2.502

S311S SA

P212

=

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=

2SS

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S611

1 5/16"

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PARTIT 1SB

1. PEN -SEA AND 2. PEN CON 3. PEN DES 4. USE MOIS 5. COR OF S

1SB

1SB

A = TO 6" ABOVE CEILING B = TO CEILING C = PARTIAL HEIGHT WALL HEIGHT IN ON TAG IS IN INCHES NO INDICATOR = NOT USED S = STRUCTURE

VESTIBULE

MTL. FLASHING DRIP EDGE W/ CONT. BACKER ROD AND SEALANT Q/ WEEP TUBES @ 24: O.C.

A6

STAIR

A.2.401

UP

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ACCESS TOILET

DN

2

DOOR AS SCHEDULED

ACCESS OUTPATIENT ACCOMMODATION

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I2007

I2009

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PATIENT TOILET I2023

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WIDTH:

S201S

I2004

I2116

INFUSION 9

1SB

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PATIENT TOILET

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INFUSION 14 I2019

I2117

I2034

I2032

I2024

17.6

P205

I2115

TOILET

INFUSION 15

I2028

PATIENT TOILET

17.2

FUTURE ELEVATORS: INSTALL FRAMED OPENINGS DURING NEW CONSTRUCTION. INFILL OPENINGS WITH 5/8" GYP BD ON CORRIDOR SIDE

H&J

7 1/2"

2HS =

1SB

16.8 16.9

I2034 PATIENT

INFUSION 16

I2026

I2033

16.7

ELEVATORS

CLEAN UTILITY

PRIVATE INFUSION

INFUSION 17 I2025

NOURISHMENT

I2055

I2036

VOLUNTEERS

1 5/16"

1HS =

I2000

S311S SS

I2118

SOILED UTILITY

A1 A.2.327

I2115

2HR =

WALL HEIGHT IDENTIFIER

NUMBER OF GYP BD LAYERS (SIDE 2)

1SB

I2035

I2035

I2030

OUTDOOR PATIO

I2000

NURSE

WIDTH

INDICATES NUMBER OF LAYERS OF GYP BD. 0 INDICATES NO GYP BD ON SIDE.

I2111

LOBBY

1

left top: brick lintel detail; left center: curtain wall detail; left bottom: mullion detail

NUMBER OF GYP BD LAYERS (SIDE 1)

HEIGHT INDICATOR:

B6 A.2.450

H312S 2HR

CORRIDOR UP

S322S 2HR

S311S SS

I2082

I2111

H312S 2HR

I2038

PATIENT TOILET

S201S

I2055

A1 A.2.326

S311S SA

PATIENT TOILET

I2040

NO IND = SA SP = SS = 1HR =

1

NUMBER OF GYP BD LAYERS ( SIDE 1 / SIDE 2)

PATIENT TOILET

I2036

15.8

A.2.212 C6

I2038

CORRIDOR

I2056

16.41

I2112

I2041

I2003

I2031

STAFF TOILET

I2122

S311S SS

INFUSION 18

PRIVATE INFUSION

MWNNH O MATERIAL

M = MASONRY S = METAL STUD C = CONCRETE F = FURRING Z = CUSTOM H = METAL H STUD

PATIENT RELATIONS DIR.

I2112

PATIENT TOILET PRIVATE INFUSION

OTHER 1 1

MATERIAL:

S311S SS

I2042

I2037

I2037

INFUSION 19

I2027

INFUSION 39

1 A.2.302

PRIVATE INFUSION

1

2

I2046

I2082

1

2

I2048

OFFICE

INFUSION

H312S 2HR

INFUSION 21

PATIENT TOILET

I2001

S201S

INFUSION 20 I2029

15.6

IDF I2078

WAITING

I2003

I2052

S311S

15.59

I2076

2 A.2.301

WALL PARTITION AND ASSEMB

OTHER MODIFIERS

1SB

I2079

INFUSION 22

I2054

NURSE STATION

I2057

MD215

BILLING

INFUSION 23 I2053

INFUSION 40

15.58

S311S

I2046

E4

15.3 15.52

17

S201S

S201S

I2042 7 A.2.411

CONT. SEALANT

PARTITION TYPE LEGEND 1

Room

I2122

S311S

I2058

S311S SS

INJECTION

H612S

S311S

16.3

I2074

CORRIDOR

INFUSION 41

6" DOUBLE METAL STUD

TOILET

S311S SA

S311S SS

ALCOVE

CONT. SEALANT

SHIM AS REQUIRED INFUSION RECEPTION

I2078

INFUSION 24

I2049

I2050

15.2

16

A3 A.2.327

INFUSION 25

I2047

15.02 15.1

I2081

I2041

S311S

CONFERENCE ROOM

S201S

I2117

I2059

15

I2079

H612S

I2076

INFUSION 26

RECEP

CORRIDOR

I2080

S311S

14

ELECTRICAL ROOM

CORRIDOR

I2051

INFUSION 42

I2072

5/8" TYPE "X" GYPSUM BOARD

EIFS

I2002

I2066

D6

PATIENT TOILET

I2002

I2061

NURSE STATION

S311S

I2068

INFUSION 29

S201S

I206

WAITING

1SB

I2075

INFUSION 28 INFUSION 27

WOUND CARE

1SB

CHEMO PROCESSOR

S311S SS

S311S SS

FLUID APPLIED AIR AND MOISTURE BARRIER

2

S201S

S311S SS

I2061

WOUND CARE

PATIENT TOILET

I206

S311S SS

18" D. SHEL HANGER BA

1/2" EXTERIOR WALL SHEATHING

S412 2HR

I2085

H612S

P212

P215

P215

S301S 1SB

1'-1 5/8"

DOOR AS SCHEDULED

2HR

POSITIVE CLEAN ROOM

S201S

INFUSION 43

A17

S412

S301S SA S301S SA

S311S SS

E4

13

12060

5/8" TYPE 'X' GYPSUM BOARD

REF.

P213

I2084

I2085

ANTEROOM

MED PREP

SOILED HOLDING

I2070

CORRIDOR

P203

1SB

CORRIDOR

I2062

A16

CONT. SEALANT

PHARMACY

STAFF LOUNGE

I2081

I2069

S311S

A.2.211

S412 2HR

S311S SA

I2071

P214

P214

I2084B

INFUSION 30

INFUSION 31

I2067

13.6

NEGATIVE CLEAN ROOM

S311S SS

I2086

PATIENT TOILET S311S 1SB

S311S SA

INFUSION 44

13.4

S311S 1HR

I2086 I2065

NURSE STATION

I2088

I2092 S201S

S311S

P211

TECHS

S311S SA

I2084A

S311S

S311S SA

P211

S311S SS

SUPERVISOR

S311S

INFUSION 34

I2094

INFUSION 32

12.5

(2) ANCHORS PER HEAD MIN.

P202

S311S SS

S311S SS

S201S

INFUSION 35

I2063

WEEP VENTS AT 24" O.C.

STAFF TOILET STORAGE

P205

INFUSION 33

INFUSION 45

P206

GALV. STEEL LINTEL, PAINT. REF. STRUCTURAL

P204

I2083

I2083

S201S

S311S

CONFERENCE ROOM

P204

EQUIP/ SUPPLY

FEC

2 A.2.302

STORAGE AREA

S311S SS

I2087

I2090 S301S 1SB

S311S SS

S311S SS

PATIENT TOILET

I2096

I2064

P210

SOLDIER COURSE BRICK ELEVATOR

I2107

CORRIDOR

INFUSION 46

P202

S311S SA P207

P210

WALL FLASHING

D3

I2091

S311S

12

ELEVATOR

P201

A.2.401

P209

OFFICE

P213

UP

1 A.2.326

TRASH

P207

SS

I2095

I2093 A.2.212

I2106

I2089

S311S SS

STAFF TOILET

JC

INFUSION 36 INFUSION 37

I2107

S201S

I2098

I2097

I2108

S311S SS

A15

I2096

ALCOVE

NUTRITION

NURSE STATION

CORRIDOR

I2087

OUTDOOR PATIO

C1 A.2.401

A.2.401

S311S SS

I2106

6 A.2.411 A7

A5

I2100A

I2108

I2100

11.4

11.55

S201S

S311S SA S311S SS

S311S

CORRIDOR

OFFICE

S311S SS

A9

S201S

S311S SS

CLEAN

1

S201S

11.1

P209

MORTAR NETTING OFFICE

S311S SS

I2105A

I2103

S201S

#6B

I2102

I2101

NO. 6

P208

OFFICE

I2123

S311S SA

I2100A

I2123

I2105

OFFICE

S311S SS

UP S301S SA

JANITOR STAIR

DN

S311S SS

STAFF TOILET

STAFF LOUNGE

S311S SA

2

I2103

S311S SA

STAIR

UP

S201S

ELEC

11

PACK ALL VOID SPACES FULL ON INSULATION COLD FORMED METAL STUD HEADER

D3

S311S SA

DN

OFFICE

I2102

K&L

D3

P208

DIRECTOR

I2101

ELEVATORS

D3

2

NURSE PRACTITIONER

FUTURE ELEVATOR: INSTALL FRAMED OPENING DURING NEW CONSTRUCTION. INFILL OPENINGS WITH 5/8" GYP BD ON CORRIDOR SIDE

D3

S311S SS

10.1

D3

S311S SA

D3

S311S SA

A8

10

CORRIDOR

A.2.450

2 1/2"

A1 A.2.324

A4

1 A.2.301

C1 A.2.450

9.8

BA.2 BA

NURSE STATION I2005

I2023

CORRIDOR

CORRIDOR

E1

I2020

C2

D2

I2010

1 A.2.212A.2.327

A.2.121

A.2.401

A6

INFUSION 8

A.2.501

I2022

SITTING AREA

INFUSION 7 I2021

18.1

A.2.225 4

INFUSION 5

I2018

I2016

S311S S311S

3 5/8" BATT. INSULATION

INFUSION 1 I2006

I2014

INFUSION 6

INFUSION 4 I2013

INFUSION 3

INFUSION 2

BREAK METAL END CAP

I2008

I2012

E3

A19

A18

W-47

18.3

E3

MULLION MATE

5 A.2.411

C6 A1Sim

A.2.501 1 A.2.301

2 A.2.301

LINE OF SILL BELOW

A.2.211

second level floor plan 19.6

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DEWBERRY ARCHITECTS

CURTAIN WALL MULLION


rendering of infusion bays

bird’s-eye view of existing and new building

north elevation

east elevation mc-4


Fire Station #37 City of Dallas

Upper Greenville, Dallas, TX Municipal Fire Station-LEED Silver Under Construction, 2012 This LEED Silver project seeks to present a quiet, yet functionally edgy response to the popular UpperGreenville district’s context. It is sited one block away from the existing Dallas Fire Station No. 37. In maintaining its green credentials, the building is designed to reduce its impact on the site, maximize its energy eďŹƒciency and provide a productive atmosphere for the users. The interior spaces of the building are largely illuminated by daylight while keeping energy cost low through a series of overhangs and other building extrusions. The program layout helps to facilitate interaction between the fire station employees by grouping an open kitchen, work out space and recreational patio. I presided over the LEED credit documentation, coordinating with consultants to help achieve Silver status. I also created construction documents and renderings. Additionally, I acted as a junior construction administrator.

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DEWBERRY ARCHITECTS


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floor plan wing roof join detail

soďŹƒt detail

CMU plan detail

curtain wall section

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DEWBERRY ARCHITECTS


diagrammatic perspective of early soďŹƒt strategy

perspective from private parking lot

signage detail

wall section through apparatus bay

west elevation fs-4


Thorpe Lane Dormitories

Texas State University, San Marcos, TX Private Mixed-Use Dormitory In Progress, 2013 This private dormitory marks one of the first attempts in San Marcos to create a mixed-use and walkable environment outside of the downtown core and Texas State campus. It is sited adjacent to the aforementioned districts in an area the city intends to focus further development into. The building oers the student population a luxury residential alternative to campus housing. The building contains an area for ground-level retail adjacent to a fitness facility inside. This presented challenges as our team had to balance security concerns with the need for public access to the building and parking structure. The dormitory is designed in the Texas-doughnut style with a large parking structure and courtyard surrounded by over 170 residential units. I involved myself with the design of the elevations and unit layouts, which includes ADA accessible rooms. The facade palette includes an ashlar stone base, stucco, vertical and horizontal corrugated metal panel. I also designed the cross-sectional elements of all vertical circulation and wall construction.

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W301

W611RS

LOFT "F"

2 A-403

ELECT RM W312RS

EL1.01

W611RS W311RS W311RS

W611RS W311RS W311RS

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W611RS

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W311RSW611RS W311RS

W301

W611RS

W301

W301 W611RS

LOFT "B-2"

LOFT "B"

324

323

REF.

LOFT "A" LOFT "D-4" 318

333

2

LOFT "D" 335

W311RS W311RS

LOFT "D-2"

LOFT "D-2"

128

105

104

LOFT "G"

313

LOFT "D" 312

1

JANITOR

1 A-403

LOBBY

1 A-553 CORRIDOR

W311RS

LOFT "D-2"

336

A-301

W301

M1.01

A-304

LOFT "D-2"

337 2

W611RS

ELEV. RM

10' - 5 127/128"

4

A-303

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LOFT "D" W311RS W311RS

W311

S6.01

LOFT "D"

W611RS

1 W611RS A-561 1 A-552

315

REF.

W311RS W311RS

129

REF.

W611RS

LOFT "G"

STAIR

LOFT "D-4"

334

W301

W611RS

W611RS

W611RS

LOFT "D-4"

REF.

1 A-402

106

W611RS

REF.

W301

REF.

LOFT "D"

107

W301

REF.

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A-303 A-306

REF.

W311RS

LOFT "D-4" W311RS 1

W311RS W311RS

W311RS W311RS W611RS

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W611RS W611RS

W301

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W611RS

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W611RS

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W301

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127 W311RS W311RS

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332

W611RS

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LOFT "D"

REF.

LOFT "D"

REF.

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W301

W611RS

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327

319

W311RS W311RS

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108

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320

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W301

W611RS

W301

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W611RS

W311RS LOFT "D" W311RS

W301

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331

W611RS W611RS

2 1

322 REF.

LOFT "B-4"

328

LOFT "D-4"

REF.

W311RS LOFT "D-2" W311RS 124

W311RS

A-302 A-305

LOFT "D"

REF.

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2 A-402

LOFT "D-4"

125

W611RS

325

W611RS

W311RS LOFT "D"

1 A-402

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326 REF.

110

W611RS

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REF.

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W611RS

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329

W311RS W611RS

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LOFT "B-4"

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LOFT "B"

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W301

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W311RS

W611RS

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W301

W611RS

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LOFT "B-4"

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W311RS 123 W311RS

W611RS

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W611RS

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LOFT "F"

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W311RS W311RS

W611RS

W611RS

REF.

W611RS

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REF.

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114 W311RS W311RS W611RS

REF.

W611RS

W301

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REF.

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W301

LOFT "B" W311RS W311RS W611RS

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W311RS W311RS W311RSW611RS W611RS W311RS

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REF.

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L1.01

CORRIDOR

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LOFT "B-5"

300

301

JANITOR STAIR

J1.01

W311RS S1.01

20 SPACES @ 9'-0"

REF.

MAIL ROOM

W301 W311 PS1.01

1 A-413

W611RS

W301

STAIR

W311RS

SLOPE DN @ 6% 117'-0" @ 6% = APPROX. 7'-0"

222' - 9 1/8"

LEVEL @ 604.5'

S1.03

W311RS

LOFT "D"

PARKING GARAGE

LOFT "D"

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FIFTH FLOOR 4TH- 0" FLR PLATE HEIGHT 43' 41' - 4"

FOURTH FLOOR 3RD FLR PLATE HEIGHT 32' - 3" 30' - 7"

THIRD FLOOR 2ND FLR PLATE HEIGHT 21' - 6" 19' - 10"

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El Canton Health Clinic

El Canton, Honduras Design/Build-Health Clinic Under Construction (2012) The strengths of this project lie in its simplicity and restraint in regards to the site conditions, ease of construction, and use of volunteer labor. The steep slope dictated a split-level approach and separated the public patient areas from the private treatment rooms with a 5 foot elevation change. This resulted in an eďŹƒcient use of cut and fill. I was mindful of the future land use (community center) and attempted to provide a space on the second level for a seamless connection to the next phase. I chose a modest material palette that includes concrete, wood, and CMU block, and a low tech method of construction that will result in a much needed health care center for El Canton. More specifically, I was responsible for the design of the site strategy, including passive components and the design of the water retention system.

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Santa Rosa Secondary School

Santa Rosa, Honduras Design/Build- Secondary School Under Construction (2012) Global Architecture Brigades UT participated in a design/build eort to provide an impoverished rural community in Honduras with a secondary school. We approached the Santa Rosa Project with the intent of creating an engaging environment for students and community members that fosters sustainability through passive systems. I designed the building arrangement, planned the truss configuration and worked on the water retention system. The program is divided into two volumes: one structure houses the secondary school classrooms while the other contains the remaining programmatic elements. The classroom volume is oriented along the Cartesian axes to take advantage of northern light and prevailing winds. The second volume, lying perpendicular to the existing primary school, connects the old with the new and houses a community center, library and service spaces. The angle formed between these structures frames a courtyard with the existing building while providing a prominent 16 point of entry.

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GLOBAL ARCHITECTURE BRIGADES


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1 existing primary school 2 cistern 3 open exterior space 4 covered exterior space 5 site entrance

library

1 corrugated metal roof

bathroom pilas

2 hay or wood insulation

bathroom 3 secondary structure - wood kitchen

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5 reinforced concrete frame

covered exterior space

cafeteria / community center 6 CMU infill

classrooms 7 reinforced concrete slab

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GLOBAL ARCHITECTURE BRIGADES


corridor

recreation field

community building elevation section through site entrance

wind flow

water retention system

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Maine State Pier Redevelopment and Culinary School

Maine State Pier, Portland, ME Studio Project-Culinary School Spring 2012 In a city which desired the redevelopment of the Maine State Pier, in a region with a rich culinary tradition and shipbuilding history, the goal was to create a school and infrastructure design which accommodates the economic activities of the pier. I first designed the larger infrastructural centerpiece of the pier’s redevelopment. Running the entire 1050 foot length of the pier spans a 30 foot deep mega truss which addresses the scale and prominence of the large sea vessels which dock on the pier. It is supported by a sequence of pylons made of a space frame to give the entire structure the appearance of floating. . The Pylons encase all vertical circulation and access to either side of the pier. All other spaces are flexible and temporary. The Maine Culinary School is designed on the edge of the larger project facing the water. To aid in the physical, but not visual separation of public access from the commercial, I raised the public paths to the second tier of the infrastructure. The school is organized similarly to a ship with the public, light filled and recreational spaces on the top level while the heavier uses and kitchens are on the ground level.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AUSTIN


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THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AUSTIN

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Northern Illinois University Stephens Building NIU, DeKalb, IL Winter 2012 Renderings of new natural science wing. I also designed and produced wall construction

Cancer Treatment Centers of America Tulsa, OK Spring 2013 Rendering of the new outpatient wing of hospital.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AUSTIN


Zilker Bluff Events Center Zilker Park, Austin, TX Spring 2010 Site plan and interior perspective of event center located on a bluff which offers views of the city skyline and greenbelt.

Residences at 700 River Street CBD, Austin, TX Fall 2010 Perspectives of residential development of varying scales in a gentrifying neighborhood. This urban design program integrates town homes and courtyard housing with block apartments.

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exterior entry tower

Museum of N. American

audio/visual room

Vernacular Architecture Austin, TX Spring 2009

main gallery

cafe

deck

Elevation and floor plan concepts of a gallery space dedicated to regional architecture.

cafe seating

Cleburne Bible Church Youth Wing Cleburne, TX Spring 2013 Renderings and design for the new youth wing and entrance for church.

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DEWBERRY ARCHITECTS


House in Berlin: Wall Section Study

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Shoal Creek Charcoal Study: Light and Friction Shoal Creek, Austin, TX Spring 2011 Using firsthand observation, I documented several light-and-shadow conditions of Shoal Creek using charcoal. The compositions are in the reverse figure ground with shadows rendered white and figures rendered black. There are no details except the shadows; all other elements fade into the background as black. This is meant to be a study of Shoal Creek’s interactive biophysical environment, noting its dynamic relationships between both man made and ecological processes. In both ecological and cultural terms, Shoal Creek is a rugged, vibrant ecotone right in the heart of the city. Like other ecotones this one has its own energetic edge where dierence aggregates so that greater diversity develops and something new emerges.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AUSTIN


Europe Travel Photos Cityscapes

During the fall of 2011, I spent 4 months traveling Europe to study the urban design and architecture from various ages, regions, and contexts. My travels took me through 17 countries. I lived for two months in Paris to get a better understanding of imperial architecture and Haussmann’s urban layout. Here are a few photographs that I took which captured a few landmarks around the continent. Clockwise from top left: Karluv Tax Gate-PRAGUE, St. Peters Dome-THE VATICAN, Tour Montparnasse-PARIS, Duomo-FLORENCE

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SAMUEL WILLIAMS

samuel_williams@utexas.edu 281.794.2293 3506 Manchaca Rd. #108 Austin, TX 78704

Portfolio web link: http://issuu.com/samwill89/ docs/samuel_williams_2013_ portfolio_171Ɵad2b1d332

EDUCATION 2007-2012

The University of Texas at Austin Bachelor of Architecture, May 2012 Urban Studies concentration 3.4 /4.0 GPA

2011

Ecole nationale Superieure d’Architecture de Paris Belleville Studio Paris, Fall 2011

TECHNICAL SKILLS 4+ years experience

Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro, Lumion, SketchUp, Kerkythea, Python, Processing, Microsoft Oƥce, construction documentation, model building , charcoal drafting

WORK EXPERIENCE June 2012-Present

Architectural Intern/Junior Project Manager, Dewberry Architects | Dallas, TX Responsible for design, production of construction documentation, LEED documentation, construction administration, renderings, and consultant coordination for a diverse range of projects. Project types include: Healthcare, Higher Education, Residential, Ecclesiastical, Recreational, Civic, and Public Safety. Participated in and won multiple design competitions.

2013-Present

Architectural Intern-Contracted, GSC Architects | Austin, TX Construction Documentation and production assistance for complex, high-caliber projects. Project types include Tech/Commercial, Research Facilities, Laboratories, Manufacturing Campuses.

2012-Present

Design Software Programmer-Independent | Austin, TX Writing software prototypes which automates elements of architectural site and building code analytics. It also aids schematic design & documentation. Building interface and automation are additional scopes.

2009-2012

Designer/ Construction Supervisor, Global Architecture Brigades | Austin, TX Part of a team tasked with the design and construction of economically stimulating buildings for impoverished communities in Central America, including a Secondary School and Private Clinic. Supervised the manual construction of concrete beams and a mamposteria foundation of school on site in Honduras.

2011-2013

Graphic Design Intern, Houston Bicycle Museum | Houston, TX Composed internet-viral graphics for publications internationally, including The Atlantic Cities, Architizer, ArchDaily. Designed web pages and graphics, to promote the funding and construction of the HB Museum.

2011

Design Consultant, Texas Campaign for the Environment | Houston, TX Created reconƤgured Walmart plans to allow for electronic recycling centers. Successfully worked with team to have the Texas State Legislature to write and pass S.B. 329, aimed at reducing mercury levels in public drinking water sources via electronic recycling incentives.

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DEWBERRY ARCHITECTS | THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AUSTIN


COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT 2002-Present

Speaker/Member, World Youth Foundation | Houston, TX Addressed U.S. Senate & House Representatives in Washington, D.C. on mobilization for missing youth.

2007-2013

President, Urban Development Society / Advisor, Rail 4 Real Coalition | Austin, TX Lead a major student group to further interest in sustainable urban developments throughout Texas. Arranged meetings between developers and regional lawmakers to discuss the future of Austin transit. Partners included: The Congress for New Urbanism-Central Texas, City of Austin, Councilman Chris Riley, Project Connect, Downtown Area Neighborhood Alliance, Capital Metropolitan Transit Authority.

2011-Present

Event Coordinator/ Board Member, HALO Art Project | Houston, TX Founding member of the Hermann Area Landowner Art Project. Worked to improve abandoned and under-utilized lots in Houston’s Museum District by encouraging art installations and sculptures from local artists.

TRAVELS& DESIGN/BUILD

Architectural Design and Study travels to: Honduras, United Kingdom, Ireland, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Italy, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Denmark, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Bulgaria & Greece.

PROJECT LIST Education

Civic/Federal

- University of North Texas- Health Science Center: Recreation Building - Northern Illinois University- Stephens Building - Santa Rosa Secondary School - Northlake College ADA Renovations - Midland Central Library

- Sandia National Laboratories - Fire Station No. 37 - Equal Employment Opportunity Commission - Executive Office for Immigration Review - Saginaw City Hall - Bexar County Sheriff ’s Department Needs Assessment - Marine Corp Air Station Blast House & Digester

Healthcare - El Canton Health Clinic - Cancer Treatment Centers of America Tulsa- Outpatient Tower - Cancer Treatment Centers of America Eastern- Diagnostic Expansion - Cancer Treatment Centers of America Southeastern- Infusion Expansion

Recreation - The University of Texas Austin -Clark Field - Baylor University Recreation Fields Master Plan

Other - Samsung North American Headquarters - Samsung Semicondictor Manufacturing Campus - Thorpe Lane Dormitories - Low Impact Development Competition- 1st Place - Cleburne Bible Church Expansion

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Sam Aston Williams 2014