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PROFESSIONAL PORTFOLIO 2017


CONTACT Adam Roark 843.453.2712 roarkarch@gmail.com muchcattle.com

WORK

Stacy Norman Architects Architectural Intern Auburn, AL January 2015 - Present tvsdesign Architectural Intern Atlanta, GA June 2014 - January 2015 Clemson University Teaching Assistant for Arch101/151 Clemson, SC August 2012 - May 2014 Richard Meier & Partners Model Shop Intern New York, NY May 2013 - August 2013 IDP = 94% complete (150 Construction & Evaluation + 70 Project Management hours remaining)

LEARN M.ARCH + Certificate in Digital Ecologies Clemson University 2012 - 2014

SKILLS [bridging digital + physical talents through a perspective in Digital Ecologies] [digital]

Bachelors of Architecture + Fiction Writing Minor Clemson University 2007 - 2012 Studio NYC :: Summer 2010 Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston :: Fall 2010

AWARDS 2015 :: Samford Hall Lobby reDesign Winners 2014 :: AIA Henry Adams Certificate 2011 :: Sonoco Portfolio Design Competition Winner 2010 :: Award For Collaboration at the CAC.C

[physical]

Adobe CC :: Photoshop / Illustrator / Indesign CAD :: Revit / Vectorworks / Microstation 3D Modeling :: Rhinoceros + Grasshoppper / Sketchup Rendering :: 3ds Max + V-Ray + Photoshop Fabrication :: Laser Cutting, 3D Printing, Carpentry, CNC, Casting, Sketch Modeling


RESUME + WORK


LPL FINANCIAL tvsdesign PROJECT INFO: Campus for LPL Financial in Fort Mill, SC 150,000 SF total TIME SPENT: June 2014 - January 2015 [concept thru design development] TEAM SIZE: 4 (principle + 3 interns) KEY CONTRIBUTIONS: + convert Sketchup concepts to shared Revit model + develop + assemble concept package for clients + participate in and take notes for daily conference calls + manage iterations for value engineering options + organize construction drawings and building components + meet aggressive deadlines and provide quick turnarounds


the above renderings were outsourced. property of tvsdesign.

all images property of tvsdesign.


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LPL Financial was an Integrated Design project delivery type with the goal of a net-zero office building aiming to offer exterior views from all office spaces. To achieve this, a European-style plan was used by implementing a narrow floor plan with exterior circulation rather than a more common central core type. Solar panels, shading devices, and fuel cells were also considered for energy conservation. The Integrated Design Project Delivery meant engineers and consultants were brought onto the project from the beginning and major design decisions had to be made early.

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ITEM 1 :: ALTERNATE FLOOR PLAN AS DESIGNED

ITEM 32 :: MOVE CURTAINWALL AS DESIGNED

ITEM 1 :: ALTERNATE FLOOR PLAN MODIFIED

SECTION THRU CURTAINWALL

ITEM 32 :: MOVE CURTAINWALL MODIFIED A (INBOARD COLUMNS)

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ITEM 22 :: DELETE ELEVATORS / REDUCE PENTHOUSES AS DESIGNED

The schematic design package resulted in a $30 million delta for cost estimates. The GC provided a list of potential VE items. We explored each and every one to show the clients how such savings would affect the design intent.

ITEM 22 :: DELETE ELEVATORS / REDUCE PENTHOUSES MODIFIED

Recommend VE Solutions

Based on the studies contained herein and the VE analysis prepared by Shelco on 11.5.2014, the following represents our recommendation on how to best incorporate the accepted VE options

1. Delete two 30’ bays 4E. Reduce precast returns from 2’-2” to 4” and retain precast edging 5. Provide open stair/elevator at parking garage

In the end, we prioritized a list of potential solutions that would move the project onto its budget without sacrificing our design intent. Though many things would change, the core principles lasted from concept to final product.

6. Use MetroMont alternate thin brick wall design for parking deck 18. Delete PV array and sawtooth roof 22. Delete service elevators and reduce penthouse elements 23B. Reduce eyebrow element from 12’ to 7’ 26. Deleted sunshades 29. Delete balconies from end of building 32. Maintain outboard columns at curtainwall condition. Reduce basement area so that total rentable area is no more than 450,000 sf rentable 34. Modify parking deck spandrel to eliminate aluminum tube rail **reduce floor to floor heights from 14’-8” to 14’-0 typical. Lobby to be 18’-0”

all images property of tvsdesign.


Design Development was crucial in developing drawings for exterior components. Though the design used much of the same language such as punched openings, metal panels, curtain walls, and outboard columns, there were many anomalies that had to be considered, resolved, and detailed accordingly. This set would provide an even more accurate cost estimate.


construction in `November 2015. photo courtesy of Joshua Word. I exited the firm and project at the end of the Design Development phase, but continued to follow the progress throughout.

all images property of tvsdesign.


completed photos.

all images property of tvsdesign.


AU SCHOOL OF NURSING stacy norman architects PROJECT INFO: A new home for the school of nursing. Ayers Saint Gross as lead architect. SNA as architect of record. TIME SPENT: May 2015 - present TEAM SIZE: 3 (principle + 2 interns) & Ayers Saint Gross KEY CONTRIBUTIONS: + provide renderings for donors and the board + core and shell coordination with interior design + regular exterior area takeoffs + all exterior elevations and component details + bidding process + RFI’s, submittals, & construction observation


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SNA’s primary design responsibility was the exterior skin as seen in a component above. This project is currently under construction and will complete in Summer 2017.

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PHOTOGRAPHIC RENDERING much cattle Rendering has long been one of my favorite parts of the architecture profession, but always one that I never get to spend as much time with as I’d like. In 2016, I took it upon myself to spend personal time investing in a personal rendering farm and taking official courses in photographic modeling + rendering. After studying a technique called 5SRW, emphasis became less on creating an image that looks photorealistic, but instead more on an image that looks photographic. The key is to focus on light balance and composition in exactly the way a photographer does with their shots. Those concepts transcend rendering styles and can be applied in any situation or software. From these exercises, a side project called Much Cattle was created with the goal of assisting smaller operations with rendering needs. More information can be found at muchcattle.com.


AUBURN DEPOT stacy norman architects PROJECT INFO: Renovation of the historical Auburn train depot into a high end restaurant. TIME SPENT: January 2015 - August 2015 TEAM SIZE: 3 (principle + 2 interns) KEY CONTRIBUTIONS: + create Revit model using existing conditions + use Revit to develop design ideas with clients in real-time + resolve issues with actual conditions during construction + observe construction + test the food

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all images property of SNA


AU GOLF TEACHING EXPANSION stacy norman architects PROJECT INFO: Expand garage bays for golf team to enrich driving range and putting area. TIME SPENT: April 2015 - August 2015 TEAM SIZE: 3 (principle + 2 interns) KEY CONTRIBUTIONS: + build Revit model of existing conditions + properly phase model for demo and new + detail walls for construction + observe construction + provide renderings for recruiting


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THOMAS BUILDING stacy norman architects PROJECT INFO: New mixed-use office/residential building in the heart of Auburn, AL. TIME SPENT: August 2015 - May 2016 (currently on hold) PERSPECTIVE - A0

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THE THOMAS BUILDING

126 TICHENOR AVE. AUBURN, AL 36830 334-887-7010

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BOMA - LEVEL 1

STACY NORMAN ARCHITECTS

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TOP OF PARAPET 49' - 6"

ROOF 46' - 0"

LEVEL 3 32' - 0"

LEVEL 2 18' - 0"

LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

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SCHEME C

THE THOMAS BUILDING

126 TICHENOR AVE. AUBURN, AL 36830 334-887-7010

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ELEVATION - WEST

STACY NORMAN ARCHITECTS

Date

12-17-2015

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101 S COLLEGE ST AUBURN, AL 36830

TOP OF PARAPET 49' - 6"

ROOF 46' - 0"

LEVEL 3 32' - 0"

LEVEL 2 18' - 0"

LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

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STACY NORMAN ARCHITECTS

ELEVATION - NORTH

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SCHEME C

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12-17-2015

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AU HALEY CENTER stacy norman architects PROJECT INFO: Exploring options to preserve the Haley Center at Auburn University. This project was taken on by the office as an extracurricular charette to show AU possibilities for an existing building with an unknown future. TIME SPENT: September 2016 TEAM SIZE: 2 (principle + myself) KEY CONTRIBUTIONS: + site analysis of Haley + analyze strengths and weaknesses of the existing + establish a few goals to drive concepts + study precedents of similar building types + provide multiple design concept diagrams + choose a concept to develop further + assemble a physical book to deliver to Auburn To see the completed book, visit muchcattle.com

existing building.


EXISTING EXTERIOR SURFACE AREA

EXISTING PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION

01ANALYSIS: EAST:

Solid: 11,711 SF (78%) Glass: 3,310 SF (22%)

NORTH:

Solid: 10,945 SF (78%) Glass: 3,088 SF (22%)

WEST:

Solid: 11,710 SF (78%) Glass: 3,310 SF (22%)

SOUTH:

Solid: 11,117 SF (79%) Glass: 2,909 SF (21%)

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ELEVATIONS

STACY NORMAN ARCHITECTS

Project Name

126 TICHENOR AVE. AUBURN, AL 36830 334-887-7010

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level 2

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Issue Date

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02PRECEDENT: REIMAGINING HALEY PUBLIC SPACE

REIMAGINING HALEY STUDENT SPACE

CONCEPT I:

CONCEPT III:

The areas between quads currently house exterior stairs and feel barren. There is a possibility to make these areas feel more like a merging of both the site and the quads themselves rather than a leftover. A combination of covering and enclosing the areas, providing new circulation, and bringing nature in would help make the areas into destinations for students.

Student spaces within The Haley Center should be flexible and future-forward in terms of how students, in tandem with technology, utilize study/work areas of various sizes and privacy. With Haley being a nexus on campus, there is opportunity to showcase what students are doing at Auburn by implementing galleries throughout these areas.

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IIT Student Union / OMA

REMASSING HALEY SCHEME C Atriums, green space, & circulation in quad pockets

REPROGRAMMING HALEY SCHEME C

Flexible student spaces with gallery nodes

This scheme is about integrating and stacking different programs on all three floor in order to promote community between students and faculty rather than division between floors.

03CONCEPT:

Shared community space between faculty and students

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Student spaces

Q4

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Courtyard / Circulation area Possibly enclosed.

Student spaces

Courtyard/Circulation area open

Shared community space between faculty and students Student spaces

Courtyard/Circulation Covering

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Faculty Spaces

Retail bar

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Identify & Demolish Tower.

Demolish Quads 2 & 3 to allow for demolition of Tower.

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Demolish Tower and Base.

New E Quad to be strong connection on Haley Concourse Axis acting as an extension to student union and cornerstone at converging concourses.

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Cover and/or enclose courtyard areas to create indoor/outdoor area for circulation and gathering.

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Faculty bar

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Double height faculty bar

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Tower: Existing Courtyard: Infill: New Structure:

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PROGRAM:

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1 Simplified core promotes better sense of place within Haley 2 Public meeting / congregating spaces (open to above level) STAD IU

3 Clusters of offices located to benefit from light wells and exterior openings

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REBUILDING HALEY LEVEL 2

HALEY CENTER - REORGANIZING

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4 Student pods with gallery spaces 5 Facade undulates to create porches responding to student center

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These images represent my dedication to improving my place of work beyond basic responsibilities. I enjoy contributing in ways that are sometimes a little outside the box. In addition to drawing, I volunteered to update firm graphics, signage, website, and marketing material. In the event of slower times, I took to organizing the office’s material library and storefront display. I was also charged with establishing office graphic standards. This included Revit templates, families, rendering assets, sheet organization, and file hierarchies within the network. Additionally, I have a passion for Revit and software integration / technological advances such as Virtual Reality.



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