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Theresa Broderick

broderick.theresa@gmail.com | 414-339-6308 portfolio available at theresabroderick.com

EDUCATION University of Michigan | Master of Architecture with High Distinction | May 2011 - AIA Henry Adams Medal, awarded as the top-ranking graduate - Architecture Student Design Show 2010 & 2011, Selected Participant, “PoroCity” & “Ann Arbor Live-Work” - Travel course “Made in Taiwan,” with additional research in China and Hong Kong, Summer 2010 - Graduate Student Instructor, Basic Drawing, Fall 2010 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee | Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies, summa cum laude | May 2006 - General Business Minor - Exhibited studio work at the Graham Foundation, Chicago. Exhibition: “Dialogue + Heritage: Contradiction?” (01-02/2006) PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Chas Architects | Austin, Texas | September 2011 – present Architectural Intern: Design and project coordination - Develop schematic design and visualization for major projects, alongside lead designer. - Apply design skills to high-end residential market, working within the local vernacular by designing large (3,000 - 9,000 SF) singlefamily homes in Austin and the Texas Hill Country. - Participate in client meetings as the primary day-to-day relationship manager and project coordinator. Perkins+Will | Chicago, Illinois | July 2007 – July 2009 Designer: Interior design and architecture, workplace planning and strategy - Played a critical role in all phases of a 250,000 SF corporate headquarters expansion project for Cardinal Health. Phases included: staff engagement, design and performance goal formulation, schematic design, and design development. Responsible for design drawings, schematic renderings, and presentation design, as well as communication with client and furniture manufacturers. - Quickly developed iterative designs while testing and expanding on the design guidelines for Microsoft facilities. - Served as an integral member of a large team designing a complex hospital and recreation facilities for Princess Nora University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Participated in hospital space planning, document production, design studies, and schematic renderings. DEGW |

New York, New York | June 2006 – June 2007

Strategic Consultant: Workplace strategy and design consulting - Integrated in-depth user research with architectural planning and business theories to develop user-centric design and business strategy recommendations for a variety of large organizations including the Canadian Broadcast Company and Princeton University. - Developed a planning tool, the “Sandbox,” for a large broadcasting company to help employees rethink their complex workplace and improve their work processes and collaboration. BusinessWeek later included it on their Innovation Short List of 2008. - Illustrated spatial concepts and architectural designs through diagrams and schematic renderings. Eppstein Uhen Architects | Milwaukee, Wisconsin | June 2001 – June 2006 (part-time) Intern: Residential architecture studio, marketing, accounting PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION & LICENSING - Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, Accredited Professional (LEED, AP), Contract Interiors, Version 2.0, 2007 - Completed +60% of IDP and passed 1 division of the ARE SKILLS Conceptual design, organizational thinking, client engagement, document design, writing, public speaking, hand drafting Software: AutoCAD, Rhino, Sketchup, Adobe CS5 (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign), MS Office. Exposure to Revit and Ecotect.

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