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Design Project & Environmental Initatives


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A an overview of design projects and environmental efforts.

A an overview of design projects and environmental efforts.

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  • 1. “In my relationship with Bobby, I found him to be of good and moral character and I commend him for his professional manner in dealing with clients, consultants and other office personnel. I personally want to acknowledge the level of responsibility that he assumes on all his projects.Bobby Croghan, LEED AP O+M, SSC Consultant, Assoc. IIDA Bobby’s creativity, professional maturity and integrity are evident in all facets of his personal and professional life, and it is with pleasure that I recommend him for any position he seeks within the design field.” (July 2009) “Bobby is a conscientious, focused team member who takes the extra initiative to research and participate, often on his own time, many aspects of sustainable design--as well as to educate all of his co-workers on all of the information he gathers. He has contributed heavily to the effort of putting our firm at the forefront of those involved in sustainability in the DC area.” (Lida Lewis, Project Designer, OTJ Architects, December 2008) “I have worked with Bobby for close to five years. He is well organized and is a good Project Manager who works well with consultants. He is very interested in sustainable design and often brings new ideas and design concepts to a project. It has been a pleasure working with him over the years.” Lew Brode, P.E., Vice President/Branch Manager, GPI, July 2009)
  • 2. Elbit Systems of America (Subsidiary of Finmeccanica Inc.) Arlington, VA 5,200 SF Scope  Renovate existing office space; approximately 5,200 SF.  Provide dramatic look for a static industry.  Provide three way conference room for individual meetings and one large option.  Provide small dressing room.  Coordinate finishes selected with Texas office for possible standardization of offices.  Coordinate design and placement of the U.S. Armed Forces plaques. Reception  Provide standard millwork details.  Coordinate open ceiling element.  Cove lighting details.  Coordinate AV elements in conference room.  Lighting coordination with open ceiling.  AV Coordination on-site.Office Design Modified Ceiling Plaque Sitting Area
  • 3. Friedman Billings Ramsey Arlington, VA Several Floors Scope  Develop standards for all new renovations including:  Finishes  Millwork  Furniture  Space Plan  Develop five design concepts.  Produce DD style renderings  Produce standardized details for future renovations. Main Reception AreaOffice Design Waiting Area Excellence Corridor
  • 4. US Coast Guard Headquarters Washington, DC 80,000 SF Scope  Perform building BOMA calculations.  Integrate existing Data center.  Design for flexible private offices and open workspace.  Develop finish schemes.  Develop reflected ceiling plan concepts.  Develop and coordinate daylight harvesting lighting system.  Plan for SCIF requirements. Open Workspace PantryOffice Design Interior Corridor Interim Elevator Lobby
  • 5. Career College Association Washington, DC 9,500sf Scope  Renovate existing office space.  Include two separate entrances; one for Career College Association and one for it’s foundation, Imagine America Foundation. Develop three design concepts.  Re-use of salvaged materials such as windows for office sidelights and wood flooring for the entry.  Attend weekly site meetings.  Develop details for hanging signage systems.  Develop details for hanging glass system used in main CCA Waiting Area office corridor.Office Design Conference Room Interior Workstation Nook
  • 6. Delex Systems Herndon, VA 30,000 SF + 7,000 SF Scope  Perform building BOMA calculations.  Integrate existing Data center.  Design for private offices and open workspaces.  Develop finish schemes.  Develop reflected ceiling plan concepts.  Plan for SCIF requirements. ReceptionOffice Design Open Workspace Pantry
  • 7. Ceiba Washington, DC Scope  Coordinate between consultants  Orchestrate document set up with vendors  Develop construction details  Finishes transitions  Ceiling details  Millwork constructionHospitality Design
  • 8. Acadiana Washington, DC Scope  Coordinate between consultants  Orchestrate document set up with vendors  Develop construction details  Finishes transitions  Ceiling details  Millwork constructionHospitality Design
  • 9. Theater (Lorton Workhouse) Lorton, VA Scope  Rehabilitate the old prison theater into a multi- purpose performance hall.  Provide flexible seating for various performance types.  Utilize existing structure. View at Performance Stage ExistingAdaptive / Reuse Design View at Viewing Box Existing Renderings by Marco DeVitorrio
  • 10. Performing Arts Center (Lorton Workhouse) Lorton, VA Scope  Combine two buildings into a large theater with grand hall utilizing the existing prison buildings’ footprint.  Utilize the existing brick structures to maintain historical integrity.  Construct additions to be modern and connect the spaces for use as one whole unit. Main FloorAdaptive / Reuse Design Section Second Floor
  • 11. Music Barn (Lorton Workhouse) Lorton, VA Scope  Rehabilitate an existing work barn in a prison complex to be a music venue.  Music venue is to have outdoor seating, flexible indoor configurations, utilize both floors. Exterior Modification to Existing Barn ExistingAdaptive / Reuse Design Interior View Existing 1st Floor Plan (Showing exterior seating) Renderings by Marco DeVitorrio & Denise Menaker
  • 12. Kids Arts Center (Lorton Workhouse) Lorton, VA Scope  Rehabilitate an existing prison cell building into a mutli-faceted, arts facility for children.Adaptive / Reuse Design Reflected Ceiling Plan Space Plan
  • 13. Main Lobbies (370 L’Enfant Promenade) Jones Lang LaSalle Washington, DC - 1,600 SF Scope  Renovate two existing Level 5 security lobbies for updated appearance and layout.  Keep areas in service during renovation.  Re-use existing flooring and metal accents.  Update existing elevator cabs.  Develop two design concepts.  Plan layout for better circulation due to screening process for entrance lobbies, West and East.  Coordinate finishes selected with California officeCapital Improvement Design  Lighting coordination. West Reception  Millwork details for suspended ceiling and standing panels.  Desk millwork details with integrated card reader.  Cove lighting details.  Elevator details. Additional Contracted Work •Common Corridors •Common Restrooms •Fitness Center •Elevator Cabs Additional Contracted Client Work •Health & Human Services Elevator Lobby
  • 14. Lobby Design Development (1101 Wilson Boulevard) Monday Properties Arlington, VA Scope  Create an updated appearance and new flow to three connected lobbies.  Create a connection between the 7th floor intermediate lobby and the main 6th floor lobby.  Create a sense of direction for traffic to flow to the 8th floor security desk.  Utilize existing floor plan which included three storefronts.  Included the following: architectural plans, 6th Floor Lobby – Street EntranceCapital Improvement Design power/data plans, reflected ceiling pans, finish plans, associated elevations, associated millwork and custom lighting details. 8th Floor Lobby 8th Floor Lobby – Security Desk Renderings by Ji Kim and Marco DeVittorio
  • 15. Blair Residential Campus Tower Companies Silver Spring While at Sustainable Design Consulting, LLC, I was part of team which helped them Blairs Residential Campus pursue LEED EBOM as an entire residential community. Specific Tasks: •Document LEED online credits •Assist in creating policies and programs per credit Services Projects Charles County EECBG Project While at Sustainable Design Consulting, LLC, I was part of team Charles County, Maryland assisted Charles County, Maryland utilize their EECBG to “green” their architectural and site guidelines, mostly residential, and review their existing building codes for updating as it related to greener standards.
  • 16. Eco-Friendly Restaurant Expo Alexandria Health Department Alexandria, VA By the request of Alexandria Councilman Rob Krupicka, I represented the Alexandria Environmental Policy Commission on the creation of the Eco-Friendly Restaurant Expo. I assisted in developing the content of the forum of the event, the nomination forms for those restaurants submitting for an award, and reviewing the submissions. It was a great first time event to pull in an industry which tends to be left out of the green movement. l u n t e e r S u s t a i n a b l e I n i t i a t i v e s Alexandria Green Business Recognition Program ACVA, AEDP, Alexandria Chamber, EPC Alexandria, VA As part of my seat on the Alexandria Environmental Policy Commission, part of my goal was to create a city-wide accepted green business program. Instead of starting from scratch, the formed business committee utilized existing green certifications and provided an acceptance of the earned certifications under one umbrella. Working with Alexandria Economic Development Partnership, Alexandria Convention and Visitor’s Association, and Alexandria Chamber of Commerce, the group effort cost the city of Alexandria $0.00 for startup and continued function of the program.