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Peter Newton

Work History Profile.

To direct a team of talented designers and thinkers

As an aspiring architect, I aim to design more creative and contemplative spaces through public participation and employment. I have experience in project management, design and construction, architecture and planning, public policy, urban design, community creation, and sustainable design. I have organized meetings and events to discuss issues pertinent to projects and community involvement. I have lead community discussions to develop public policy concerning sustainability and urban design. I work with community participants to ensure shared responsibility.

I have professional experience, in all phases of architecture, working on large and small projects. My portfolio of projects include places where people live, work, contemplate, educate and play. I have worked for large firms across multiple offices and divisions, and with sole practitioners. I have master planned, investigated historic structures, and designed custom projects.

I have participated in International competitions and community design charrettes. I developed professional development programs for offices, AIA and USGBC Chapters, and workforce development courses. I have been a member of. I have lectured on architecture, urban revitalization, sustainability, and professional development.

Markets:
ADA Compliance, Hospitality, Transportation, Single Family Residential, Corporate, K-12, Recreation, Religious, Civic, Research, Science & Technology, Retail, Telecommunications, Warehouse, Health Care, Higher Education, Multi-Family Residential, Renovation, Urban Re-Development, Industrial, Master Planning, Mixed Use, Correctional, Military, Public Works, Historic Preservation

SEO:
Logistics, Metallurgy, Wood Working, CAD Modeling, Data Entry, Architectural Desktop, Entitlements, Prototype Development, Mitigation, Negotiation, Campaigns, Revit, Sketch Up, Microsoft Visio

Employment History
Jacobs Engineering
Company Details:
Jacobs, with annual revenues of nearly $11 billion, is one of the world’s largest and most diverse providers of technical, professional, and construction services. Jacobs successfully delivers the full breadth of building services – planning, architecture, engineering, construction management, program management, and design-build – to a diversified base of leading public and private clients across the globe. Jacobs offers design and construction-related services for new buildings as well as expansion, renovation, or refurbishment of existing facilities. Specialized capabilities include energy and power master planning, design, and commissioning services.
http://www.jacobs.com/
Facility Assessor
Phoenix, AZ
July 2008 – August 2009
Summary:
Conducted Facility Conditions Assessments to determine maintenance and renovation needs for a 10 year budget cycle.

Description:
Jacobs Engineering completed its acquisition of Carter & Burgess in July of 2008. Assessed and surveyed existing storefront facilities in New Mexico for CVS/Pharmacy. Trained a junior colleague to continue the effort. Architectural Job Captain for several retail roll out programs. Assessed the Facility Conditions for the Air Force, through photographs and data collection. Data was entered into FCIS to tabulate a schedule for maintenance and renovations. Draftsman for public projects in Arizona. Business Development of a public works project, which included research, a site visit and networking.

Markets:
Correctional, Military, Public Works, Retail Centers, Retail Roll-out, Tenant Improvements, and Warehouse.

Clients:
Armstrong Development, AVB Development, Camp Bullis, Charleston Naval Weapons Station, City of Flagstaff, City of Yuma, CVS/Pharmacy, Fort Sam Houston, Fresh & Easy, Office Max, Red Development, Sprouts

Skills:
Business Development, Microsoft Project – Scheduling Program, Training/occupational development

Carter & Burgess
A Texas based full service Architectural and Engineering firm of 3,000 people. The firm specialized in architectural design, retail roll out, retail centers and Civil Engineering.
Architectural Job Captain
Phoenix, Az
September 2007 – June 2008
Summary:
Directed a team of production staff in developing and completing construction documents for retail clients.

Description:
I was hired by Carter & Burgess just prior to its acquisition by Jacobs Engineering. I was brought in to develop a studio to design and detail retail shopping centers. Responsibilities included site visits to survey existing conditions, design, entitlement documentation, coordinating consultant engineers, developing construction documents, resolving construction issues, training new staff, and travel.

Markets:
Retail Centers, Retail Refresh and Consolidation, Stand alone Retail Roll-Out, and Tenant Improvement Roll-Out.

Clients:
Armstrong Development, CVS/pharmacy, K+E Development, and US Cellular.

Skills:
Entitlements, Prototype Development, and Travel

Cawley Architects
Cawley Architects provides excellence in design, that emphasizes a cost conscious approach to building design. By means of Design Build, Cawley delivers innovative architectural design concentrated in the light industrial, office, and commercial markets.

http://www.cawleyarchitects.com/

Project Manager
Phoenix, Arizona
April 2005 – September 2007
Summary:
Managed design and documentation of design-build turn key construction projects.

Description:
Designed, developed and completed construction documents for light commercial, industrial and retail developments and buildings.

Markets:
Commercial, Industrial Park Developments, Industrial, Master Planning, Medical Office, Mixed Use Developments, Office Park Developments, Retail Centers, and Retail Stores.

Clients:
Arivest Corporation, Ewing Irrigation, Goodwill of Central Arizona, Horizon, Kustom Koachworks, LGE Design Build, Rencor Development

Skills:
Architectural Desktop, Jurisdictional Relations, and Project Management

America Coming Together
America Coming Together (ACT) was a liberal, political action, 527 group dedicated to get-out-the-vote activities. ACT did not specifically endorse any political party, but mostly worked on behalf of Democratic candidates. In the weeks before the 2004 elections, ACT funded phone calls to targeted voters and canvassers hand-deliver 11 million pieces of literature at targeted doorsteps.
Political Canvasser
Tucson, Arizona
August 2004 – October 2004
Summary:
America Coming Together (ACT) was a political action committee. ACT did not specifically endorse any political party, but mostly worked on behalf of Democratic candidates.

Description:
Phoned targeted voters. Canvassed targeted voters to conduct at-the-door polling to remind people to get out and vote. Hand-delivered literature to micro-targeted doorsteps.

Skills:
Canvassing, Data Entry via PDA, and Team Player.

Arizona Democratic Party
The Democratic Party is committed to keeping our nation safe and expanding opportunity for every American. That commitment is reflected in an agenda that emphasizes the strong economic growth, affordable health care for all Americans, retirement security, open, honest and accountable government, and securing our nation while protecting our civil rights and liberties.
Legislative District 5 Field Coordinator
Pinetop-Lakeside, Arizona
May 2004 – June 2004
Summary:
Collecting signatures to get Precinct Committee candidates on the ballot through out East Central Arizona.

Description:
Traveled to small towns in Southern Apache, Gila, Graham, and Southern Navajo Counties, to encourage Democratic Party activists to collect signatures to become elected Precinct Committeemen. Organized and wrote the By-Laws for the White Mountain Democrats. Mediated a dispute between the Northern Gila County and the Miami-Globe Democratic Clubs. Collected signatures and $5 Clean Election forms for Legislative Candidates through meetings, public events, rallies, and walks in Eager, Globe, Holbrook, Payson, Pinetop-Lakeside, Safford, San Carlos, Show-Low, St. John, Thatcher, Whiteriver, and Winslow, Arizona. Opened the Gila County Democratic Party Headquarters.

Skills:
Community Relations, Compliance, and Development of Marketing Campaigns.

Dean for America
Campaign to nominate Governor Howard Dean for President of the United States.
Deputy Southern Arizona Campaign Coordinator
Tucson, Arizona
June 2003 – February 2004
Summary:
Campaign to nominate Howard Dean, Governor of Vermont, to be the Democratic Nominee for President.

Description:
Volunteered for the Southern Arizona Campaign Coordination Committee from June 2003 before being employed by the campaign in December. Coordinated campaign walks, phone banks, and events. Organized bus trips to take supporters to campaign events in Sierra Vista and Phoenix, now a staple of Pima County Democratic Party activities. Coordinated volunteers and campaign staff who were coming to Arizona from out of state to assist our efforts. Organized the “tare Sheet” retrieval program to ensure our voter turn out. Organized fundraisers and spoke at Meetup events. Recruited a record number of Precinct Committeemen in a month and for a campaign cycle. Organized the largest political rally in Pima County to that point.

Skills:
Development of Marketing Campaigns, Event Organization, and historical and political research.

Rob Paulus, Architect
Rob Paulus Architects Ltd. is a firm dedicated to creating unique architecture with a functional resolve. They aspire to create enlightening environments of aesthetic quality that celebrate and work with nature. With a keen interest in durable materials and smartly crafted details, our designs seek to be ‘in tune with earth and sky.’ They approach each project with an inventive curiosity, a clear focus on build-able solutions, and sustainable principles. We believe that any project should be responsive to site and climate.

http://robpaulus.com/

Architectural Intern
Tucson, Arizona
February 2003 – June 2003
Summary:
Design firm engaged in residential and commercial markets.

Description:
Designed and developed construction documents. Conducted site surveys and assessments. Monitored city submittal process. Developed CAD standards. Worked with consultants to design mechanical and electrical systems to match design intent for single family residential projects.

Markets:
Multi-Family Residential, Office Condos, Renovation, Single Family Residential, and Urban Development

Clients:
Deep Freeze Development, LLC, Rio West Development, and University Apartments

Skills:
Architectural Craft and Innovation, Reclamation, and Regulatory Relations

Watkins Hamilton Ross Architects
WHR is engaged in the most challenging architectural solutions to medical office, research science, and patient care facilities. With a firm culture that values research and evaluation, a participatory process and applied innovation achieve projects of excellence. WHR seeks to balance critical thinking and creativity, single-minded commitment and collaboration, rapid response and long-term vision to create architecture with people in mind.

http://www.whrarchitects.com/

Architectural Intern
Houston, Texas
September 2000 – August 2002
Summary:
Developed plans and designs for University research projects throughout Texas, for a Health Care architecture firm involved in research and development projects.

Description:
Programmed, designed and developed Construction Documents for Higher Education and Research projects throughout Texas. Projects included new construction, tenant build outs, and tenant renovations and improvements. Coordinated CAD files, layering, and pen weights between consultants in order to maintain quality documentation. Reviewed drawings between disciplines and associated design architects for consistency. Developed CAD standards for each project to be used by the design team, matching both client and office standards. Conducted field assessments and surveys of existing structures. Contract Administered projects under construction.

Markets:
Research, Health Care, and Higher Education

Clients:
University of Texas at Houston, University of Texas, Rice University, Texas A & M University

Skills:
Coordination, Contract Administration, Client Relations

The Mathes Group
The Mathes Group is now known as Mathes Brierre Architects and is one of the oldest and largest architectural and interior design firms in the states of Louisiana with projects all over the world.

http://www.mathesbrierre.com/

Architectural Intern
New Orleans, Louisiana
March 1999 – June 2000
Summary:
The Mathes Group specializes in Music and Performance Educational Facilities. Now know as Mathes Brierre Architects.

Description:
Managed the Bell-South Collocation account, consisting of over 500 projects. Space planned and completed contract documents for each collocation. Reduced response time from 3 weeks to 3 hours, by improving technology, internet connections and proper research of facility leasing area. Designed project winning marketing material for both print and web publication. Material included site visits and market research to assess both client’s needs and existing facilities. Composed entry boards for state AIA awards programs. CAD draftsmen for other projects as needed. Developed CAD plotting standard and resolved issues to improve productivity. Translated and converted CAD files from associated firms in our CAD standards. Site surveyed and facility assessed buildings and parking facilities for maintenance and renovation. Developed 3-d models for design study.

Markets:
Civic, Corporate Headquarters, K-12 Education, Research Buildings, Retail, Telecommunications, Tenant Improvements, Utilities, and Warehouse.

Clients:
Banco Agricola, BellSouth, CNG, De La Salle High School, Entergy, Harry’s Ace Hardware, Red Cross, Oakwood Mall, and University of New Orleans.

Skills:
Sales & Marketing, Account Management, and Competition Entry Preparation.

Olde New Orleans Design Group, Inc.
Small custom home design build firm, designing homes in the Southern tradition for Southeast Louisiana and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The firm designed and constructed their work, but also designed custom homes for other area contractors. Olde New Orleans was engaged in residential subdivision development.
Architectural Intern
Harvey, Louisiana
September 1998 – March 1999
Summary:
Design Build firm engaged in single family residential design and construction. Involved in residential sub-division development.

Description:
Developed and designed single family homes in the New Orleans metropolitan area. Developed marketing materials for both internet and walk in sales. CAD draftsmen for the Outside Contractor Custom Home Studio. Maintained CAD Library of standard details to assist in development of production drawings. Made blue lines. Researched and Designed prototypes for steel stud and rigid frame construction to combat the infestation of Formosan termites, and to better survive hurricane winds, following the near miss of Hurricane Georges. Modified steel prototypes for custom homes. Developed models for a subdivision to be developed in Eastover.

Markets:
Food Service Tenant Improvements, Internet Plan Sales, Recreation, Research, Single Family Residential, and Subdivision Development.

Clients:
Private Residents, Contractors, Love that Smoothie, and a Karate Studio.

Skills:
Adobe PageMaker, Business/Marketing Planning, CAD Library Development and Maintenance

Christner, Inc.
Architectural solutions begin with a creative spark: Christner thinks and works in manner that leads to unique solutions that create real change for our clients. Collaboration allows ideas to multiply through constructive dialogue. Questioning expands possibilities, taking nothing for granted. Creating environments to inspire people to do, be and feel better, make for a more invigorating organization. This common philosophy, set of commitments and proven process allows Christner the opportunity to make the world a better place.
Architectural Intern
Clayton, Missouri
September 1996 – June 1998
Summary:
Real-world experience in planning, design and research. An opportunity to work with committed and respected leaders in the field, while applying my talent to a practice setting.

Description:
CAD draftsmen for the Corporate/Education Studio. Developed construction documents, space plans, material and finish schedules, colored pencil renderings, 3-D CAD models, and material boards. Created a Continuing Education program to share experiences from Architectural tours and Conventions, and PBS videos. Established CAD standards as the office transitioned from AES to AutoCAD R13. Reviewed Softdesk 8 for implementation. Made blue lines. Constructed CAD models to base hand renderings from.

Markets:
Corporate Tenant Improvements, Corporate Consolidations, K-12 Education, Physical Assessment and Surveys, Recreation, Research, Religious, and Warehouse Conversions to offices.

Clients:
Central Presbyterian Church, City of Clayton, Incyte Pharmaceuticals, Missouri Botanical Gardens, Monsanto, Our Savior Lutheran Church, The Racquet Club, Ralston Purina, Salvation Army, Thompson-Coburn

http://www.christnerinc.com/

DAS 20
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.
Graphic Designer
St. Louis, Missouri
September 1996 – November 1996
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

Luchini AD
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/index.html

CAD Drafter
St. Louis, Missouri
August 1996 – August 1996
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

Franklin Associates Architects
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/

Summer Intern
Chattanooga, Tn
June 1993 – August 1993
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.

1996 Presidential Debate Commission
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.
Graphic Artist
St. Louis, Missouri
July 1996 – July 1996
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

Washington University in St. Louis School of Architecture
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/

Shop Monitor
St. Louis, Mo
May 1994 – May 1996
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.

Washington University Earth & Planetary Sciences Library
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/

Drafter
St. Louis, Missouri
June 1996 – June 1996
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

Southern Temp
SouthernTemp was a full human resource and staff company. SmartHire/SouthernTemp resulted from a merger of two local employment agencies in 2003. The company provides staff, professional placement, internet-based pre-employment testing and a full spectrum of human resources and consulting services. The human resources services include SmartStaff, three ways to bring on staff; SmartPlace, professional placement; SmartTest, more than 700 ways to quantify skills and attitudes; and SmartHR, full service human resources services and consulting.
Manual Laborer
Chattanooga, TN
June 1992 – August 1992
Summary:
On call employee to complete: Yard work; industrial/chemical waste clean up; inventory warehouse stock; loading stock onto trucks for distribution

Description:
Cut and mowed yards; cleaned debris after storms; removed petroleum soaked gravel from a small industrial spill at a manufacturing site; and loaded inventory on to trucks from a manufacturer’s warehouse to be distributed to stores throughout the southeast United States.

Skills:
Logistics, Productivity and Hazardous Material clean up.

Washington University in St. Louis School of Fine Arts
Washington University is a world renowned University located in the suburbs of St. Louis. It is home to a critically acclaimed Art Museum and Art School. The Dean was award winning photographer and educator Joe Deal. The School of Fine Arts is now a part of the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts.

The College of Art was founded in 1879 as the first professional, university-affiliated art school in the United States, and is the only art school to have fathered a major metropolitan art museum.

http://samfoxschool.wustl.edu/

Office Assistant
St. Louis, Missouri
August 1992 – August 1995
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:
Filed and maintained confidential information pertaining to donors, alumni, faculty, staff, and students of the school. Directed phone calls and visitors to the school to the most appropriate connection. Prepared mailings for fundraising and recruitment events at the school. Handled payroll for contract and Work Study staff. Delivered inter-department mail across the campus and projects to the copy center. Staffed openings and other public events at the school. Created a system to sort, file, preserve and destroy documents in the school’s archives. Sorted staff and faculty mail. Distributed notices to faculty, staff, and students.

Skills:
Surveying, programming, design and construction documentation.

Fourward Architecture
Fourward Architecture is a collaboration between four friends to develop a new urban form for these hard economic times.
Director of Business Development
Phoenix, AZ
November 2009 – September 2010
Summary:
Fourward Architecture is an architectural start up partnership between 4 friends to develop projects to respond to competitions.

Description:
Researched means to gain funding for the start up company, including: grants, loans, venture capital, and government sources. Attended networking events, small business round tables, and Chambers of Commerce to network and gain contacts for future projects. Produced a business and marketing plan. Developed strategic allegiances with related professionals to team together for projects. Reviewed competitions for whether or not to enter.

Skills:
Networking, Entrepreneur, Business Development

Romanoski Glass
Contract Sales
Phoenix, AZ
January 2011 – Present
Traveling to Architect’s offices to lecture on daylighting and to assist in product selection.
Education
Chattanooga School for the Arts & Sciences
Chattanooga, TN
High School Diploma
August 1988 – June 1992
Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences is a magnet school that teaches the Paideia Philosophy. CSAS uses seminars as a regular part of student instruction, a collaborative intellectual discussion based in ideas and common text. The Paideia philosophy celebrates the fundamental notion that to be fully educated is a lifelong adventure that only begins with formal schooling. It is based on the assumption that all humans are active learners, capable of a full humanist life defined by intellectual growth. The Paideia Proposal outlined a comprehensive course of study that incorporates three complementary instructional techniques or columns. Known as the Three Columns of Instruction, the techniques are: didactic instruction of factual information; intellectual coaching of skills; and seminar discussion of ideas, concepts, and values.”
Washington University
St. Louis, Mo
Bacholer’s of Arts
August 1992 – May 1996
Washington University is a pioneer in the 4 + 2 Pre-Professional + Professional Architectural degree program. Courses meet the NAAB requirements for a Liberal Arts degree with a concentration in Architecture. Through the Bauhaus method of experience through doing, the studio projects have a focus on Urbanism and the revitalization of St. Louis and its inner suburbs. Traveling exhibits, lecturers and a close ties with the School of Art give students a wide variety of views and skills to explore in their studies.

Software: AutoCAD v12 for windows, Photoshop, Pagemaker, Quark, html.
Projects: stools, signboard, columns, House for an Filmmaker, Police Station, Community Recreation Center, Museum of Industrial Culture, A Home for Folklorist, Washington Avenue Dance Center, Riverlands Interpretive Center, Augusta Public Library.

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Chattanooga, TN
Credit
August 1991 – July 1993
I took elective courses in Cultural Anthropology, American History and American Literature while still in High School and during the summer between my freshman and sophomore years at Washington University.
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA
Credit
June 1991 – August 1991
Six week Pre-College professional major exploration and advanced credit program through the School of Architecture. Courses explored Architectural Studio, Structures, History, free hand drawing and Computer Aided Design and Modeling. Software courses included Mac Paint, Dynaperspective and AutoCAD v11. Projects included a fire training station, fueling station of the future, and an arch bridge for structural testing.
Phoenix College
Phoenix, Arizona
Certificate
March 2010 – August 2011
I enrolled at Phoenix College to take professional development, Certificate non-credit coursework in Revit and sustainability. The Revit class was the first joint venture between the City of Phoenix and AIA Phoenix Metro, a relationship I helped to initiate. It was a boot camp class for professionals that taught the basics and intermediate levels of use. The class asked questions based on their professional experience that went far into advanced levels.

The Sonoran Sustainable Building Adviser Program is a regional sustainability certificate that teaches students how to be Sustainable Building Advisers in their unique region of the planet. Courses focused all all types and phases of planning, design, construction, operations and maintenance, taught by local experts and thought leaders. Team work and class participation are encouraged to further the knowledge base, discussion, implementation and research.

Training to You
Phoenix, Az
PMP Certification
August 2010 – Present
A part of Workforce transition, I studied and prepared to take the PMP exam to become a Project Management Professional.

Courses: Microsoft Visio, Microsoft Project, Microsoft Power Point, Microsoft Excel, Project Management, Conducting Effective Meetings.

Innovation Training: The Opportunity Discovery Process
OSHA 10
OSHA
December 2008 to December 2011
Revit Architecture Basics & Advanced
Whole Building Design
Sustainable Building Adviser
Sonoran Sustainable Building Adviser Program
August 2011
Project Management Professional
Project Management Institute
In Process
LEED Green Associate
GBCI
License In Process
Architectural Registration

Arizona Board of Technical Registration
License In Process

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