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Sample Portfolio For Linked In

  1. 1. GENERAL INFORMATION<br />SENIOR INTERIOR DESIGNER:<br />Performance driven to bring successful environments to benefit a diversified client base that are innovative, highly functional, and inspiring to the occupants. <br />Strong organizational and communication skills, people-focused attitude, flexibility, and ability to provide leadership within an environment that inspires growth and cooperation. <br />Core competencies throughout the design process that contribute to successful and award winning projects.<br />QUALIFICATIONS:<br /><ul><li> Corporate (headquarters and tenant), Higher Education, Science & Technology, Government, Law Firms, and Military
  2. 2. LEED Certified Projects experience
  3. 3. Award Winning Projects including IIDA, ASID, and BOMA
  4. 4. Active in IIDA Georgia Chapter
  5. 5. Memberships include USGBC and Georgia Alliance of Interior Design Profession
  6. 6. NCIDQ Cert. #019176
  7. 7. Preparing for LEED Green Associate Exam and LEED 3.0 Interior Design + Construction Exam
  8. 8. Currently taking tutorials for Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010 </li></ul>EXPERIENCE:<br />HELLMUTH, OBATA + KASSABAUM (HOK), Atlanta, Georgia, September 2000 – February 2009<br />Senior Interior Designer and Senior Associate<br />HEERY INTERNATIONAL, Atlanta, Georgia, April 1996 – September 2000<br />Project Interior Designer<br />INNERDESIGN, Tampa, Florida, April 1994 – April 1996<br />Project Interior Designer<br />DESIGN ELEMENTS GROUP, Tampa, Florida, September 1992 – April 1994<br />Assistant Interior Designer<br />PACESETTER OFFICE IMAGES, Atlanta, Georgia, 1988 – 1989<br />Junior Space Planner<br />
  9. 9. SAMPLE PROJECT EXPERIENCE<br />CORPORATE<br />BACARDI U.S.A. HEADQUARTERS, <br />Coral Gables, Florida<br />240,000 SF<br /><ul><li> Universal Floor Plan consisting of 400+ workstations, 70+ standard offices, conference rooms and support spaces based on a modified modular plan with high end customized wood workstations </li></ul>OFFICE DEPOT CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS, <br />Boca Raton, Florida<br />645,000 SF<br /><ul><li> Space types include two main monumental lobby spaces, 1000+ auditorium space, cafeteria/servery , vendor conference center, executive briefing center, command center, </li></ul>executive suite, and fitness center<br /><ul><li> Universal Floor Plan consisting of 2400+ workstations, 300+ standard offices, conference rooms and support spaces based on a modular plan utilizing over 18,000 lineal feet of modular walls</li></li></ul><li>SAMPLE PROJECT EXPERIENCE<br />CORPORATE<br />ALLSTEEL AND GUNLOCKE RESOURCE CENTER<br />Boston, Massachusetts<br />10,000 SF<br /><ul><li> LEED SILVER
  10. 10. ASID Georgia Chapter Design Excellence Bronze Award
  11. 11. First resource center (showroom) for Allsteel and Gunlocke in the New England region</li></ul>ALLSTEEL AND GUNLOCKE RESOURCE CENTER<br />Atlanta, Georgia <br />12,400 SF<br /><ul><li> LEED Gold
  12. 12. ASID Georgia Chapter Design Excellence Bronze Award
  13. 13. First resource center (showroom) for Allsteel and Gunlocke in the South East region
  14. 14. Only LEED Gold rating for an Allsteel Resource Center</li></li></ul><li>SAMPLE PROJECT EXPERIENCE<br />CORPORATE<br />BURGER KING RESTAURANT SUPPORT CENTER<br />Coral Gables. Florida<br />220,000 SF<br /><ul><li> Project completed through Schematic Design
  15. 15. Lease transferred to Bacardi U.S.A. Headquarters
  16. 16. Spaces include Main Lobby Entrance (street level), Reception Area (8th floor, cafeteria/servery, fitness center, conference/training center, and executive suite</li></ul>AGL RESOURCES CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS<br />Atlanta, Georgia <br />225,000 SF<br /><ul><li> ASID Georgia Chapter Design Excellence Award Gold
  17. 17. BOMA Atlanta TOBY Award for Renovated Building
  18. 18. BOMA Regional TOBY Award for Renovated Building
  19. 19. Spaces include monumental entrance and reception area, cafeteria/servery with greenhouse seating, auditorium /event space, fitness center, command center; 2-story executive suite including reception area with monumental stair, conference center , boardroom, and private dining and catering
  20. 20. Universal floor plan incorporating standardized workstation typicals , private offices, and conference rooms utilizing modular wall systems</li></li></ul><li>SAMPLE PROJECT EXPERIENCE<br />CORPORATE<br />KODAK CONSUMER IMAGING NORTH AMERICAN HEADQUARTERS<br />Atlanta, Georgia<br />70,000 SF<br /><ul><li> ASID Georgia Chapter Design Excellence Small Bronze Award
  21. 21. Spaces include reception area, product display, training, open plan with new workstations and private office standards utilizing existing workstation components and casegoods, integrated oasis break areas with open plan</li></ul>NORTEL NETWORKS CAMPUS PHASE III<br />Alpharetta, Georgia<br />376,000 SF<br /><ul><li> ASID Georgia Chapter Design Excellence Gold Award
  22. 22. Spaces include monumental lobby and reception area, cafeteria /servery with outdoor dining, universal floor plan open plan with new workstation and private office standards, conference rooms, touchdown and private booth spaces, and centralized oasis break areas</li></li></ul><li>SAMPLE PROJECT EXPERIENCE<br />GOVERNMENT/MILITARY<br />SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING <br />Birmingham, Alabama<br />658,000 SF<br /><ul><li> ASID Georgia Chapter Design Excellence Gold Award
  23. 23. IIDA Georgia Chapter Best of the Best Government Award
  24. 24. LEED Silver
  25. 25. Spaces include Mainstreet feature, cafeteria/servery, daycare, banking/dry cleaning, auditorium, call center, conference center, multiple floors of open plan with library/collaboration spaces, private office floors, and green roofs</li></ul>GWINNET COUNTY DETENTION CENTER<br />Lawrenceville, Georgia<br />80,000 SF<br /><ul><li> Addition of new housing tower and renovation to existing building
  26. 26. Spaces include waiting area, courtroom and judges courters, inmate processing and administrative offices, and employee support spaces</li></li></ul><li>SAMPLE PROJECT EXPERIENCE<br />HIGHER EDUCATION/SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY<br />GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, U.A. WHITAKER BUILDING, WALLACE H. COULTER DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING<br />Atlanta, Georgia<br />90,000 SF<br /><ul><li> Faculty and Administrative offices, classrooms and meeting spaces, graduate and post-graduate student spaces, lab spaces and computer rooms</li></ul>AUBURN UNIVERSITY, COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, SHELBY CENTER FOR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY<br />Auburn, Alabama<br />175,000 SF<br /><ul><li> Faculty and Administrative offices, classrooms and meeting spaces, graduate and post-graduate student spaces, laboratories, and multiple large auditoriums</li></li></ul><li>SAMPLE PROJECT EXPERIENCE<br />HIGHER EDUCATION/SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY<br />GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, FORD ENVIRONMENTAL AND SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY FACILITY<br />Atlanta, Georgia<br />325,000 SF<br /><ul><li> At that time was the largest building on the Georgia Tech Campus
  27. 27. Faculty and Administrative offices, classrooms and meeting spaces, lab spaces, multiple auditoriums, graduate and post-graduate spaces</li></ul>UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA HUNTSVILLE, SHELBY CENTER FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY<br />Huntsville, Alabama<br />170,000 SF<br /><ul><li> Faculty and Administrative offices, classrooms and meeting spaces, graduate and post-graduate student spaces, laboratories, large auditorium</li>

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