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  • JOSEPH CURTIN AIA, LEED AP PROJECT EXPERIENCE New Doha International Airport- Bus and Taxi Pavilions Doha, Qatar HOK 2008-09 HOK provided architecture, MEP, and other services for a new passenger terminal complex for Qatar, adjacent to the Arabian Gulf. The new airport is expected to handle 48 million passengers a year. The project includes three concourses, a 3,100 space parking garage and adjacent ground transportation facilities for bus and taxi passengers. I served as Project Architect the Bus and Taxi Pavilions (total 2000 m2) and one of three concourses. I also assisted in consultant coordination and construction documents for the Parking Garage. My responsibilities included regular consultation with the project designer, engineering consultants, design/build contractors and architectural teams for other component buildings in the project. Taxi Pavilion Exterior (Main Terminal in Background) 6 4 1 5 3 2 7 8 Airport Site Plan Bus Pavilion Interior – Waiting Area 1. Main Terminal 5. Concourse B 2. Bus Pavilion 6. Concourse C 3. Taxi Pavilion 7. Parking Structures 4. Concourse A 8. Mosque
  • JOSEPH CURTIN AIA, LEED AP PROJECT EXPERIENCE College of San Mateo Wellness Center San Mateo, CA Kwan Henmi Architecture and Planning 2008 The Wellness Center at the College of San Mateo is a $30 million, 90,000 s.f. building with classrooms and labs for the Nursing, Dental and Cosmetology Departments plus facilities for the Fitness program. The Wellness Center serves as a campus gateway building and gives the campus a new, modern identity for the college, and will achieve a LEED Silver rating. I was Project Architect with responsibilities for design development, interaction with user- groups, programming, construction documents, consultant coordination and documentation for LEED certification. Exterior View at Main Entry Having received Division of the State Architect (DSA) approval in October, 2008, the Wellness Center is under construction with completion expected in the spring of 2010. Exterior View from Upper Campus Exterior View from Gymnasium and Pool Area
  • JOSEPH CURTIN AIA, LEED AP PROJECT EXPERIENCE College of San Mateo Wellness Center San Mateo, CA Kwan Henmi Architecture and Planning 2008 Under Construction – February 2009 Fitness: Exercise, Locker Rooms, Yoga and Aerobic Studios Cosmetology: Labs, Studio, Offices Under Construction – February 2009 Nursing: Simulation Labs, Dispensary, Classroom, Offices Dental: Treatment, Radiology, Materials Lab, Dispensaries, Offices, Classroom
  • JOSEPH CURTIN AIA, LEED AP PROJECT EXPERIENCE 555 Ygnacio Valley Road Condominiums Walnut Creek, CA Kwan Henmi Architecture and Planning 2006 Kwan Henmi was the design architect for a four story, 91-unit condominium project in a transit oriented development area of Walnut Creek. The project includes both standard one-, two-, and three-bedroom units and live work units facing Ygnacio Valley Road, with a landscaped courtyard over a two level, 131-space parking garage. My responsibilities during the design development phase included developing design details, fine-tuning of unit plans, coordinating with engineers and landscape architects, ensuring code compliance, and regular consultation with the developer, Levin Menzies & Associates. I also met frequently with the Walnut Creek Planning Department staff and commissioners for planning approval process. After Planning approval was achieved, a different architectural firm produced the construction documents for the project which is now under construction. First Floor/Courtyard Level Plan Exterior View from Ygnacio Valley Road View of Residents’ Court Yard
  • JOSEPH CURTIN AIA, LEED AP PROJECT EXPERIENCE 1160 Mission Street “Soma Grand” Condominiums San Francisco, CA Kwan Henmi Architecture and Planning 2006-08 Soma Grand is a condominium project consisting of 246 studio, one and two bedroom market rate units in a twenty-two story tower on top of a 364 space parking structure with 5,200 square feet of ground-floor retail. The fifth level podium provides common residential amenities including gardens, clubhouse, spa, and soaking pool. Kwan Henmi Architecture and Planning collaborated with Architecture International as the architects of record on the project. Kwan Henmi provided architectural documentation and construction administration services, as well as interior architectural design services. I served as Project Architect during the construction administration phase, with responsibilities for documentation, contractor and client communication, review of submittals, regular job-site reviews, and project close-out. Exterior View from Mission Street View of Typical Residential Unit
  • JOSEPH CURTIN AIA, LEED AP PROJECT EXPERIENCE Davidson Middle School Modernization San Rafael, CA Gelfand Partners Architects 2003-06 Davidson Middle School was one of several schools built in the 1950’s that were modernized using school modernization bonds. The project scope included a new Administration Building, renovation and additions to the Gymnasium, modernization of 20 classrooms, and site improvements. Gelfand Partners also designed a new Multi-Purpose Building for the campus, which was deleted from the project due to budget constraints. I was Project Architect for this project and was responsible for design and documentation, evaluation of existing facilities, estimate review, client and consultant communication, Division of Site Plan with New Construction the State Architect (DSA) approvals and construction administration. New Administration Building - Section New Administration Building - West Elevation New Administration Building – Construction 2006 New Administration Building - North Elevation New Multi-Purpose Building – West Elevation New Multi-Purpose Building – North Elevation
  • JOSEPH CURTIN AIA, LEED AP PROJECT EXPERIENCE Private Residence Atherton, CA Barbara Scavullo Design 2001-02 Barbara Scavullo Design provided interior design services for a new 10,000 s.f. custom residence designed by Karin Payson Architecture + Design. The design responds to the clients’ wish for a level of detail and solidity typical of traditional residential architecture with the clean lines and simplicity of modern design. I worked with the interior designer to develop custom architectural construction details for doors, stairs, paneling, casework, etc. I was also responsible for coordination of the design with the building architect and engineers, and supervised drafters in construction document production. The project was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle Magazine, May 8, 2005. Detail – Typical Window Frame Main Entry - Stair Hall Detail – Main Stair Rail Rear Stair – Second Floor Family Room
  • JOSEPH CURTIN AIA, LEED AP PROJECT EXPERIENCE Huntington Hotel Nob Hill Spa San Francisco, CA SMWM 1999-2000 The project included extensive structural and building shell modifications to incorporate a new spa, including a small swimming pool, elevators, communicating stairs, new exterior walls and a terrace. As a member of the project team I was responsible for design and detail development, construction documentation and coordination with consultants. The project was featured in an article in Metropolis magazine in April 2003. Spa Pool and Terrace Spa Pool Area Floor Plan-Spa Level
  • JOSEPH CURTIN AIA, LEED AP PROJECT EXPERIENCE Alamo Plaza Gilroy, CA McFarland/Associates 1997-98 An existing “big box” retail shell building was renovated to provide several smaller tenant spaces with a large anchor tenant. The client’s goal was to improve the image of the building with façade features and a new covered arcade Existing Condition at the store entries. As project architect, my responsibilities included design, construction documentation, consultant coordination and construction administration. I also was project architect for the tenant improvement for the anchor tenant, Office Max. South Elevation Completed Construction