Arizona Virtual One Stop Architectural Intern resume

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240399 Architectural Intern Modify Online 9/23/2011 10:30:00 AM
PETER M NEWTON Assoc AIA CSBA
901 E Van Buren St.
Apt. 2039
PHOENIX, AZ 85006  US
Phone: 602-332-3517
petermichaelnewton@gmail.com

 

Employment History
Graphic Designer
9/1996 – 11/1996 DAS 20 St. Louis, MO
Company Details: Husband and Wife firm for two Assistant Professors at Washington University School of Architecture. Engaged in theoretical projects, competitions, design associations and small commissions. The firm was a start up at this time. Summary: Architectural firm engaged in completing the Doctoral Dissertation. Description: Two Assistant Professors at the Washington University School of Architecture were completing their Doctoral Dissertation at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. The dissertation is a study of car culture and how to revitalize downtown Detroit through active engagement of pedestrians, public transit and automobiles. Provided graphic design assistance in assembling their final presentation materials. Photo manipulation completed in PhotoShop. Graphic Design and arrangement assembled in the desktop publishing program Quark. All work was completed on Macintosh computers. Skills: Desktop Publishing, Quark, Photoshop.
CAD Drafter
8/1996 – 9/1996 Luchini AD St. Louis, MO
Company Details: LuchiniAD approaches every project with special consideration for the requirements brought by the clients. The design process involves the quick study of alternatives and the participation of the client and associates. This process seeks ultimate exploration and discovery paired with continuous logical checking. Local aspects of culture and environment are as important as formal and spatial operations. Projects emerge out of this loose formula and the design process seeks to accommodate and edit what becomes instrumental for the execution during the construction stage. LuchiniAD was established in 2001 by Adrian Luchini. The firm focuses on projects of architecture, landscape and master planning. Most projects by LuchiniAD are produced in collaboration with other architects, and they range from small scale residential to large scale institutional. http://www.luchiniad.com/ Summary: Design Professor designing a private residence. Description: Provided early CAD drafted and modeled drawings for a private residence in Maine for design professor Adrian Luchini. The project was in the early design phases, and drawings were completed in AutoCAD 12 for windows. Skills: CAD Modeling, Design, Typography Markets: Single Family Residential Projects: Residence in Maine http://www.luchiniad.com/index.html
Graphic Artist
7/1996 – 8/1996 1996 Presidential Debate Commission St. Louis, MO
Company Details: The Presidential Debate Commission selects and coordinates with those sites to produce the Quadrennial Fall Presidential Debates. Each year since 1992, Washington University has been selected as a host site. Summary: Created maps for attendee packets. Description: Drafted graphics of the Washington University Athletic Complex to be reduced for inclusion with attendee packets for the 1996 Presidential Debate to be held on campus. Graphics called out the debate room, press room, toilets, lockers and other spaces used for functions of the debate. The debate did not occur. Skills: Graphic Arts, Event Marketing, Event Organization
Drafter
6/1996 – 7/1996 Washington University Earth & Planetary Sciences Library St. Louis, MO
Company Details: A division of the Washington University Library System, dedicated to be a resource for the research conducted by the Earth and Planetary Sciences Department of the College of Arts and Sciences. The library serves as a repository for Master’s Thesis and Doctoral Dissertations. http://library.wustl.edu/units/epsc/ Summary: Documentation of the existing condition of the Earth and Planetary Sciences Library Description: Documented the existing conditions of the Earth and Planetary Sciences Library while still in Wilson Hall. The drawings were provided to help the Library in space planning efforts. Skills: Drafting, Assessment, Communication Skills
Shop Monitor
5/1994 – 5/1996 Washington University in St. Louis School of Architecture St. Louis, MO
Company Details: Washington University is a world renowned University located in the suburbs of St. Louis. The College of Architecture was established in 1910, and has the distinction of being one of the 10 founding members of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture. http://samfoxschool.wustl.edu/ Summary: A College Work Study position monitoring student activity in the Wood Shop, and to provide general renovation and furniture fabrication for the School of Architecture. Description: During the School Year: Instructed and oversaw fellow students in the proper use of shop equipment to build models and furniture. Inventoried, cleaned, and maintained, equipment. Shop equipment included: the table saw, jigsaw, router, ban saw, chop saw, sander, blow touch, welder, bender, portable drills, drills, and hand held tools. Summer Internship: Refurbished 3 1930s conference tables to reveal natural color. Designed and constructed: 12 disassemble and relocatable computer desks to accommodate 24 workstations; 1 permanent computer desk to accommodate 3 workstations; steel cube, modular table stands; and 3 replica conference tables to compared with the refurbished tables.Cleaned, maintained and refurbished studio desks, lockers, pinup boards, tables, chairs, stools, table stands and lecture hall seating. Skills: Sheet Metallurgy, Wood Working, and Instruction. Projects: Built-in Computer workstation, portable computer workstations, refurbish 1930s conference tables and construction of replica conference tables.
Summer Intern
6/1993 – 8/1993 Franklin Associates Architects Chattanooga, TN
Company Details: Established in Chattanooga, TN, in 1933 by Selmon T. Franklin, Franklin Associates Architects is a family company that has provided clients with professional service and quality design for three generations. Their commitment towards achieving these goals remains the very essence of their practice. The firm has completed work in both the private and public sector, establishing a reputation for integrity and quality. Our projects are highly visible throughout the greater Chattanooga region. The firm is involved in a broad range of project types, with a capable and experienced staff that provides exceptional architectural, interior, and construction supervisions services. http://www.franklinarch.com/ Summary: Summer Internship in Architecture, Planning, Assessment and Surveying. Description: Researched and designed a window system for a design feature to reveal a spiral staircase at a home addition in Dayton, Tn. Built study models for a home addition in Athens, TN. Conducted Field Surveys of existing conditions to assess the degree of upgrades needed for Erlanger Medical Center and American National Bank to meet ADA requirements. Hand lettered title blocks for Krystals Restaurants. Designed a community center for Heritage Landing Development.Skills:Surveying, Study Modeling, design and construction documentation and drafting.Markets:ADA Compliance, Hospitality, Medical, Restaurants, Residential, and Transportation. Clients: CARTA, Erlanger Medical Center, Heritage Landing Development, Krystal’s Restaurants, and private residences.

 

Education History
Completion Date Issuing Institution Degree Received Course of Study
5/1/1996 Washington University in St. Louis Bachelor’s Degree  Architecture
The first part of an Accredited 4+2 Masters of Architecture Degree.
5/1/2011 Phoenix College 1 Year at College or a Technical or Vocational School  Architecture
BIM training boot camp. The class trained students to use AutoDesk Revit.
7/1/2010 GateWay Community College 1 Year at College or a Technical or Vocational School  Personal Awareness and Self-Improvement
Coursework a part of the Self-Assessment Other Assessments Active Research Redesign Career Path as sponsored by the Phoenix Workforce Connection. This class explored soft skills needed to succeed in the workforce.
6/1/2010 Arizona Innovation Institute 1 Year at College or a Technical or Vocational School  Interpersonal and Social Skills
Coursework a part of the Self-Assessment Other Assessments Active Research Redesign Career Path as sponsored by the Phoenix Workforce Connection. This class explored the Opportunity Discovery Process through thought and interactive experiments.
6/1/1992 Chattanooga School for the Arts & Scienc High School Diploma  High School/Secondary Diplomas
Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences is a magnet school focused on teaching through the Paideia Philosophy. The Paideia philosophy is based on active learning, through a comprehensive study that incorporates: didactic instruction; intellectual coaching of skills; and seminar discussion of ideas, concepts, and values.
7/1/1993 University of Tennessee at Chattanooga 2 Years at College or a Technical or Vocational School  History
8/1/1991 Carnegie Mellon University 1 Year at College or a Technical or Vocational School  Architecture and Related Programs, Other
12/1/1996 Washington University in St. Louis 1 Year at College or a Technical or Vocational School  Fine Arts and Art Studies
11/1/2010 Training To You Vocational School Certificate  Business Administration and Management

 

Certifications
Certification Title Issuing Organization Completion Date Expiration Date
OSHA 10 OSHA 12/2008 12/2011 
Award of Recognition GateWay Community College 06/2010  
Revit Architecture Basic & Advanced Phoenix College 04/2010  
Whole Building Design APS Solutions for Business 07/2010  
Innovation Training Arizona Innovation Institute 05/2010  
Architectural Registration Board of Technical Registration 12/2011  
LEED Green Associate GBCI 12/2010  
Sustainable Building Adviser National Sustainable Building Adviser Pr 08/2011  
References
Paul Bakalis, Principal Architect
Proteus West, 1334 East Chandler Blvd Suite 5D17 Phoenix, AZ 85048
480-686-2868, paul@proteuswest.com
Business reference known for 2 year(s).
Herb Hacker, Project Architect
Cawley Architects, 730 N. 52nd St. Suite 203 Phoenix, AZ 85008
602-393-5060, herbh@cawleyarchitects.com
Business reference known for 5 year(s).
Ken Lufkin, Office Manager
KKE Architects, 3333 east camelback rd Suite 190 Phoenix, AZ 85018
602-774-3434, klufkin@kke.com
Business reference known for 4 year(s).
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Desired Occupation  : Architects, Except Landscape and Naval
Desired Salary  : $19.25 hourly ($40,000 annually) or more
Desired Job Location  : Arizona
Desired Availability  : Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri
Shifts: Day, Swing
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