4519 Belmont Rd, Great Neck, NY 11020 (516) 426-3904 Salexan2@gmail.com
DESIGNANDCONSTRUCTIONQUALIFICATIONS •Writtenandverbalpresentationskillsnurturedinacademicandfinanceenvironments •AbilityandexperienceworkingwithcontractorsandinvestorsonmultiͲmilliondollarluxuryapartmentrenovations
COMPUTERSKILLS RhinoandGrasshopper AutoCAD 3dsmax RevitSuite,RevitIESplugin SketchͲuppro
Vasari IESVE2012 Therm EcoͲTech ClimateConsultant
Navisworks TeklaBIM AutodeskShowcase AutodeskDesignReview
AdobeSuite MicrosoftOfficeSuiteandAccess Yardi
ILLINOISINSTITUTEOFTECHNOLOGYCHICAGO,IL MastersinArchitectureAugust2010ͲMay2013 UNIVERSITYOFROCHESTERROCHESTER,NY BachelorofArtsinEconomics August2004ͲMay2008
MinorinArchitecture PreͲmedicalandBiologyConcentration •UniversityofRochesterSailingTeam,Captain
PRATTINSTITUTE GraduateCoursework NEWYORKUNIVERSITYSCPS ContinuingEducationinConstructionManagement YESTERMORROWDESIGN/BUILDSCHOOL DeconstructionandMaterialReͲuse
BROOKLYN,NY August2009ͲJanuary2010 NEWYORK,NY September2009ͲDecember2009 WARREN,VT June2009
KutnickiBernsteinArchitects NEWYORKCITY,NY ArchitecturalInternMay2011ͲAugust2011 •TaughtRevit,CreatedRevitTemplatesandofficeStandardsDecember2011ͲJanuary2012 •Workedonthedesign,CDdrawings,andrenderingsofaplaygroundonFireIsland,NYMay2012ͲAugust2012 •WorkedonEPAdrawingsonnewloadingdocksattheBrooklynNavyYard,NYCDecember2012ͲJanuary2013 •Createdworking3DRevitmodel,renderings,fora22multifamilyhomehousingdevelopmentonCityIsland,NY •Surveyedandmeetwithprospectiveclientsforatwostoryaddition;andapartitioninanexistingapartment •Conductedsitesurvey,developedelevations,andmeetwithclientsfornewstorefrontforcommercialspace •Workedwithmechanicalandstructuralengineercreating,andcoordinatingdrawingsforofficerenovation •Produceddrawingsetsforaonebedroomapartment,includingkitchenandbathroomelevations •CreatedFireProtectiondrawingsfortheUniversalChurchprojectinBrooklyn,NY •WorkedonAreaandPTACdeductionsforamultistorymidriseinBrooklyn,NY NorthbrookPartners NEWYORKCITY,NY ConstructionManagerAssistantandConstructionContractAdministrator September2009ͲFebruary2010 •Createdcontracts,trackedandreviewedbidsbetweencontractorsandinvestors •Trackedinvoicesandpaymentforcontractors,andprovidemonthlyreportstoinvestors •Consultedwithcontractorsondesigns,schedules,developmentandrenovationsofmultiͲmilliondollarluxuryapartments •Workedwithvendorsandvendorinvoicesonnegotiatingpricingforwork RochesterRegionalDesignCenterROCHESTER,NY Internship October2007ͲMay2008 •WorkedondesignandplanforRochesterurbanimprovementsandrestructuring •DevelopedmapsofdowntownRochester,NY •Helpedsetupcharretsforpublicandmeetingstodisplaychangesthatwouldbehappeninginthecity
FREE HAND DRAWING Hand drawn plan and elevation of an expandable kayak on arches paper
THESIS PROJECT: MICRO FEXIBLE HOUSING IN NYC
DESIGN PROPOSAL: HAITI BOARDING SCHOOL Focus on dorms and dorm village
DESIGN PROPOSAL: 300 FIELD HOUSES IN CHICAGO Grasshopper was used for data analysis to help determine which parks in Chicago would benefit from a field house, and the type of program needed. Site analysis was done using project Vasari to determine proper building placement based on wind and solar analysis.
DESIGN PROPOSAL:COLUMBIA COLLEGE THEATER AND SCHOOL Columbia Dance Center Proposal- 500 seat theater with Classrooms in the South Loop of Chicago
DESIGN PROPOSAL: MIX USE: RESIDENTIAL WITH GALLERY Bass Wood 1/16”-1’ Scale Model Revit and 3ds Max Rendering
CASE STUDY: FARNSWORTH HOUSE CAD Drawings and Modeling Bass Wood Models 1/8”-1’ and 1/16”-1’ Scale
CASE STUDY: GLEN MURCUTT Rhino Drawings and Vray Rendering Bass Wood Models 1/8”-1’ and 1/16”-1’ scale
Exploded Project Diagram
Top Chords in Ash
Component Drawing of the Unit This drawing shows the assembly of major components within the unit. Tension wires are held in bent washers at the post connections, which are threaded rods and pvc pipes.
Top and Bottom Tension Cables in “Y-Direction”
X-Sp ac ing =
DESIGN/BUILD: STRUCTURAL DETERMINATE PROJECT
Early Massing Iterations
Top and Bottom Tension Cables in “X-Direction”
Bottom Chords in Ash
3D Section Cut
Bitchin’ Spanning Device Spencer Alexander, Chong Hyun Cho, Fay Halvatzis, Kiyomi Kumazawa, Maraya Morgan, Xopher Pollard Arch 508 - Spring 2001 - Professor Peluso
Isolates a section of the form aproximately 2 units in length, displaying the double curvature of the system that maked a dual-corrugated form.
Component Drawing of Unit This drawing shows the actual shape and proportion of the unit within the system.
Later Massing Iterations
Aerial View of Project
Perspective Views In Situ in Crown Hall, Northwest
Originally started as an exploration of beam-like spanning structures, this form evolved according to budgetary and time constraints into smaller iterations still reinforcing the ideas of the original concept. The structure acheives spanning capacity both by the virtual depth of the interlocking vierendeel truss formations as well as the corrugated surface created by the curvature in the wood. The system is manufactured out of ash strips that are joined by a post connection containing a threaded rod, pvc pipe, and bent washers to brace the tension cords. The ash is held onto the posts by specially fabricated sheet metal brackets . The current structure still spans in two directions, suspended from cables connected across Crown Hall; as such, the structure depends on two-directional reverse curvature.
FURNITURE DESIGN: DIGITAL FABRICATION Digital fabricated designs using a CNC, Shapeko and a Laser Cutter Bent Plywood bar, and Coffee table made from recycled site model of downtown Chicago
DESIGN /BUILD: YESTEMORROW SCHOOL OF DESIGN Material deconstructed from a home in Shelburne Vermont. Created a Shelving Unit from recycled, deconstructed pieces of the home.
PROFESSIONAL:ROCHESTER REGIONAL COMMUNITY DESIGN CENTER Drafted maps of different zoning and green areas in the greater Rochester area using AutoCAD and adobe illustrator.
PROFESSIONAL: KBA ARCHITECTS Worked on Design, Created CDs and Revit model for a Fire Island, NY Public Park Worked on Design and Created Revit Model for a 22 Home Housing Development on City Island, NY
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13.88' 1' - 0"
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9' - 3"
1/4" = 1'-0"
EAST VIEW OF SCALE :
1/4" = 1'-0"
SOUTH VIEW OF BATHROOM SCALE :
1/4" = 1'-0"
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ORTH VIEW OF STORAGE
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3' - 10"
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deck walk way
11' - 9 1/2"
HEADER SCHEDULE: FOR OPENINGS 6' OR SMALLER WILL USE (2) 2X10. FOR OPENINGS BIGGER THAN 6' WILL USE BEAM#3 FROM BETTER HEADER BEAM
4' - 10" 8' - 6 3/4"
10' - 8"
1. NEW FLOORING 3 1/4" PLANK SELECT GRADE OR BETTER THROUGHOUT. SAND SEAL AND (2) COATS OF POLYURETHENE FLOORS TO BE LEVEL ROCK 2. PROVIDE NEW GWB CEILING THROUGHOUT 3. NEW SWITCHES AND OUTLETS TO BE LUTRON DIVA WHITE (WH). ALL SWITHCHES TO BE ON DIMMERS, UNLESS OTHER WISE NOTED
10' - 5
4. IN WET AREAS SUCH AS BATHROOMS, EQUIPEMENT ROOM COMPLETE FLOORING WATER PROOFING SYSTEM MUST BE UTILIZED. THE WATER PROOFING MEMBRANE MUST BE SIMILAR OR E.Q. TO LATICRETETS LIQUID WATER ROOFING MEMBRANE SYSTEM. THE WATER PROOFING MUST RETURN UP THE WALLS FOR A MIN OF 6" AND BE PLACED UNDER ALL FIXTURES, AND APPLIANCES
6. ALL INTERIOR WALLWITHOUT TAGS P1 7. ALL SURFACES(WALL, CEILINGS, DOORS, BASE BOARDS, TRIM, ETC..) TO BE PAINTED, (1) COAT PRIMER, (2) FINISH COAT. PAINT COLOR AND FINISH TO BE DETERMINE.
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NOTES NEW 1 HOUR RATED CONSTRUCTION (1) LAYER OF 5/8" GYP EACH SIDE OF 35/8 METAL STUDS @ 16" O.C.
5' - 1" 0' - 6" NOTE: 1.
THIS STUCTURE IS OF SEASONAL USE AND UNHEATED.
2. ALL NEW CONSTRUCTION MEET NEW RESIDENTIAL CODE OF NY STATE. ALL EXISTING MECHANICAL AND ELECTRIC SYSTEM MEET CODE AND DO NOT NEED UPGRADE. PROPOSED NEW MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL TO MEET CODE. ALL NEW STRUCTURAL TO MEET CODE.