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Srdjan Todorovic, AIT STodoro1@asu.edu • 605.565.6740 • https://stodoro1.wixsite.com/website


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Concept

Programming

DEL RIO LANDFILL MASTER PLAN

Classrooms

Keeping community needs in mind is one of the most important factors for this project. While the residents wish for a park, the site needs to generate income.

Lecture Halls Dorms Active Recreation

The local ecology has suffered along with the Rio Salado River and local animal biodiversity has decreased over time.

Passive Recreation

This Master Plan proposes a community college campus focused on life sciences, integrated with local schools, South Mountain Community College, and ASU. The goal is to excite children about school, and foster wildlife rehabilitation and conservation mindset.

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The Master Plan takes into consideration existing wildlife and ecosystem rehabilitation efforts. The river bed and the site both integrate changes that benefit local biodiversity.


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VEHICLE SHARED USE Pathways and loops are used to foster BICYCLE human& PEDESTRIAN and animal activity by creating gathering spaces for both which minimize disturbance.

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Loops create and highlight gathering spaces.

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Alternating patio garden floor plan creates enjoyable views for all students

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AMUSEUM // ASU Contemporary Ceramics Museum and Research Center


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Re-imagining the existing ASU Ceramics Museum and Research Center housing modern ceramic art.

Concept

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Pedestrians are engaged by the ground floor studio as the site is at a major intersection in downtown Tempe. Create visible inviting spaces horizontally and vertically in the urban fabric of the existing area.

Programming CLASSROOM

MEETING ROOM

LIBRARY OFFICES

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SUSPENDED RETREAT // Eco-resort hidden in the Superstition Mountains


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Pod Planetarium Gallery

SUSPENDED RETREAT Eco-Resort hidden in the Superstition Mountains

How can a major tourist destination seamlessly blend with the night sky? Suspended Retreat is an Eco-resort in that heavily focuses on preserving the visual resources of the local community. Creating a night time nature destination, the Retreat is cloaked in stars during the night, and brings them to the interior in the form of a Planetarium during the day, accessed through the Gallery. Visitors that dare spend the night will repel down to their private Pods and take in the views of the Arizona sunset over the valley.

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Collage to Montage

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UNIT/COMPONENT // Household item study


UNIT/COMPONENT - STAPLES Component Assembly Exploration

This process helped discover distinct opportunities utilizing common household items.

How can only one unit type be used on a project to create unique spaces and solutions?

Exploration of topological relationships between units, stack of staples, to create components.

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PROFESSIONAL WORK SAMPLE 1 // Bus Rapid Transit Corridor Evaluation


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BUS RAPID TRANSIT CORRIDOR EVALUATION

Create project marketing exhibits utilizing ArcGIS software Determine the most feasible BRT route using spatial analysis

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PARCEL DEVELOPMENT UTILIZATION

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Baseline Road and Thomas Road alternatives were evaluated and processed through further analysis Analysis included: Vacant Parcels Vehicle Crash Locations Activity Center Locations Detailed demographic data

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BUS RAPID TRANSIT CORRIDOR EVALUATION


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PROFESSIONAL WORK SAMPLE 2 // Verde Valley Master Transportation Plan


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Evaluate existing and future conditions within the Verde Valley Study Area Develop improvement projects that will benefit the local community Propose Improvement projects include sidewalks, trails, new roads and widening, bridges, and protected wildlife corridors

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MS Excel


WILDLIFE CORRIDORS AND HABITATS


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HOUSING DENSITY


EMPLOYMENT DENSITY


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SUMMARY OF ISSUES


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ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL AND RECREATIONAL WORK


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Tier 1 DEIS Passenger Rail Corridor Study GIS Mapping and analysis of potential Passenger Rail stations

Fort Defiance Industrial Area Traffic Circulation Study GIS Mapping and analysis of potential issues

Interdisciplinary team coordination Public involvement Environmental analysis Document preparation Noise level analysis

Long Range Transportation Plan for Hualapai Indian Tribe

Maricopa County Transportation Plan 2035

Cartography Cartography Roadway cross-section development Data inventory QA/QC Field survey roadway inventory Parcel data assessment Site analysis

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PEN DRAWING (Cyborg Ninja with Anatomy)

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PERSONAL PHOTOGRAPHY

RECREATIONAL WORK


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Srdjan Todorovic

602.565.6740 STodoro1@asu.edu

DIGITAL PORTFOLIO https://stodoro1.wixsite.com/website SUMMARY OF PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS - Site analysis and selection - Planning experience within municipal, public and consulting organizations - Document preparation and design - Analysis and cartography in GIS and with interdisciplinary collaboration - Extensive experience with ArcGIS, Adobe Suite, and Microsoft Office ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Sketchup (2 yr) ArcGIS (8 yr) Composite Rendering (2 yr)

Autodesk Revit (<6 mo) Adobe Photoshop (6 yr) Climate Consultant (<6 mo)

EDUCATION B.S. in Urban Planning (+GIS Certificate 2011) Architecture MArch (In Progress)

Microsoft Excel (9 yr) Adobe Illustrator (6 yr) eQUEST / Sefaira (<6mo)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. - GIS Specialist May 2012 - Current Supervisor: Vamshi Yellisetty, Senior Transportation Planner - As part of a team, conducting multi-modal short-range and long-range transportation studies - Environmental analysis and assessment - Developing complete street concepts and cross-section graphics - Conducting field reviews, data collection, and primary data analysis using ArcGIS Suite - Developing clear, high quality maps and graphics

Multi-modal transportation planning Helped develop viable complete streets on all recent projects

Recent Projects: - Hualapai Indian Tribe Long-Range Transportation Plan - Fort Defiance Industrial Area Traffic Circulation Study - Town of Camp Verde Business Corridor Study - Maricopa County Active Transportation Plan

Valley Metro - METRO Light Rail - Transportation Planning Intern May 2011 - May 2012 Supervisor: Benjamin Limmer, Planning Manager - Analysis and display of spatial data from various sources using ArcGIS - Creating brochures, diagrams, and reports utilizing Adobe Suite and Microsoft Office - Conducting peer city review, research and writing technical documents - Assist with grant applications, Environmental Assessments, and Transportation Studies - Collection and analysis of transportation, environmental, and US Census socioeconomic data City of Tempe â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Planning Intern Supervisor: Steve Abrahamson, Principal Planner - Reviewing site plans - Conducting site visits to ensure city code compliance - Preparing public meeting maps and various materials - Assisting in grant reviews - Communicate complex routines and procedures to train other interns

May 2011 - Sep 2012

Cornerstone Wireless Communications - Engineering Assistant Feb 2009 - Nov 2011 Supervisor: Scott Ritchie, President - Conduct elevation studies for industrial antenna signal quality utilizing signal engineering software - Analyzed signal strength using ArcGIS and Microsoft Map Point software - Developed socioeconomic studies using US Census data Thank you for taking the time to review my resume, feel free to ask me about my references or to request a portfolio of my work.

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