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This file just provides a small portion of some of my projects and work experience, from public speaking, site assessments and reports, other various projects and documentation.

This file just provides a small portion of some of my projects and work experience, from public speaking, site assessments and reports, other various projects and documentation.


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  • 1. Page |1 Summary of Projects and Work Related Experience The following is a list of various projects completed over my career as an Architect and as a Project Manager. Projects indicated in Blue have a brief summary and sample of work or photos of the project. Additional information for other projects can be provided upon request.  Public Speaking, Hearings & Commission Meetings:  Planning Commission Report – Web Meeting Minutes – Santa Clarita, Ca.  Planning Commission Report – Web Meeting Minutes – Pittsburg, Ca.  Entitlements / Assessment Reports:  Chipotle Mexican Grill – Entitlement Services.  Krispy Kreme Doughnuts – Entitlement Services.  Starbucks – Entitlement Services.  Civic:  Capitol Unity Center Sacramento – Sacramento Ca  Arvin Branch Library – Arvin Ca  San Gabriel City Hall renovation and seismic restoration  Master Plan Development for the; Santa Anita Race Track Redevelopment District.  Commercial:  Manchester Mall Expansions and Tenant Improvements – Fresno Ca  R.C. Willey Two-Story Prototype Retail Facility  Downtown Davis Retail Center  Trader Joe’s at University Mall, Davis Ca.  Walgreens – Portola, San Francisco (LEED Gold).  Developer:  Irvine Technology Center – Irvine Ca  Oak Creek Business Park – Irvine Ca  Discovery Business Center - Irvine Ca  Education:  Madera Unified School District Portables Program  Vehicle Maint. Facilities. Kerman Unified School District  Facilities. Kerman Unified School District, High School Master Plan  Ka-Lima-O-Maui Nursery Expansion, Training Center for the Disabled  Lynnwood High School No.2.  Physics and Lab Facility Classrooms, California University Irvine.  Marysville Unified School District, Critical Hardship renovations.  Marysville Charter School – Relocatables  Healthcare:  DaVita Dialysis Clinics  Campus Commons Pet Hospital  Selma District Hospital – Trauma Center  Lodi Memorial Hospital – Various expansions.
  • 2. Page |2  Aviation:  Woffard’s Aviation Incorporated – Hanger and Office Expansion  Military:  Base Housing Units – Davis Monthan Air Force Base  Renovation 1000 Man Dorm Units – Lackland Air Force Base  Municipal:  Site Survey and Adaptive Documentation for The City of Fresno Waster Treatment Facilities (Development of Master Site Plan from various historic documents, Ariel Photos and on-site field surveys).  City of Fresno Waste Water Facility Expansion.  Historical Renovation or Documentation:  Historic restoration and Renovation for Angelica Linen Services  Pukalani Town Home Development. Historical and Renovation  Historical and Renovation, Restoration Documentation of local island churches for Women Helping Women-Domestic Violence Centers.  Historical Architectural Building Survey (HABS) documentation for the Banning Museum, City of Banning Ca.  Historic adaptive reuse survey and documentation: LeMesnager Barn, Deukmejian Wilderness Park, City of Glendale  Historic survey and documentation of the San Juan Capistrano Mission  City of San Juan Capistrano “Little Hollywood” Historic District Redevelopment Project- New Residential Units. _____________________________________________________________________________
  • 3. Page |3  Public Speaking, Hearings & Commission Meetings:  Conditional Use Permit application hearing for alcohol sales by Chipotle Mexican Grill; City of Santa Clarita, Ca The following is a brief portion of the meeting minutes as recorded by the City of Santa Clarita, Ca as part of the conditional use permit application to allow for the use of alcoholic beverages to be served by the applicant, Chipotle Mexican Grill, John Vezirian representing Chipotle Mexican Grill. MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF SANTA CLARITA CA Tuesday, November 15, 2005, 7:00 p.m. CALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Planning Commission of the City of Santa Clarita was called to order by Chairperson Ostrom at 7:02 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 23920 Valencia Boulevard, Santa Clarita, California. FLAG SALUTE Commissioner Burkhart led the flag salute. ROLL CALL Chairperson Ostrom, and Commissioners Berger, Burkhart, Kennedy and Trautman were all present. APPROVAL OF AGENDA A motion was made by Commissioner Trautman and seconded by Commissioner Kennedy to approve the agenda. Said motion was passed by a vote of 50. APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF OCTOBER 26, 2005 (SPECIAL MEETING), NOVEMBER 1, 2005 (SPECIAL MEETING), AND NOVEMBER 1, 2005 (REGULAR MEETING) A motion was made by Commissioner Trautman and seconded by Commissioner Kennedy to approve the minutes of October 26, 2005 (special meeting), November 1, 2005 (special meeting), and November 1, 2005 (regular meeting). Said motion was approved by a vote of 50. PUBLIC HEARING ITEM 2 MASTER CASE NO. 05253, MINOR USE PERMIT NO. 05039 Fred Follstad, AICP, Senior Planner, gave the staff report and computer slide presentation in the absence of the project planner, Jessica Humphries, Assistant Planner II. The public hearing was opened at 7:27 p.m. Charles Merser and John Vezirian, representing the applicant, addressed the Commission on behalf of Chipotle Mexican Grill with regards to the permit application and address any public comments and or concerns. Speaking in opposition to the item were Alicia Barlow, Tammy Noltemeyer, and Cam Noltemeyer. The public hearing was closed at 7:42 p.m. A motion was made by Commissioner Trautman and seconded by Commissioner Burkhart to adopt Resolution P0544 approving Master Case No. 05253, Minor Use
  • 4. Page |4 Permit No. 05039, To allow for alcohol sales at Chipotle Mexican Grill located within the High Ridge Shopping Center at 28102 Newhall Ranch Road, Suite B1,subject to the associated conditions of approval (Exhibit A). A roll call vote was taken. Said motion was passed by a vote of 50. PUBLIC BUSINESS FROM THE FLOOR There was no public business from the floor. ADJOURNMENT A motion was made by Commissioner Trautman and seconded by Commissioner Kennedy to adjourn the meeting. Said motion was approved by a vote of 50 and the meeting was adjourned at 11:15 p.m. Dennis Ostrom, Chairperson Planning Commission Lisa M. Hardy, AICP, Planning Manager Community Development  Conditional Use Permit application hearing for alcohol sales by Chipotle Mexican Grill; City of Pittsburg, Ca The following is a brief portion of the meeting minutes as recorded by the City of Pittsburg, Ca as part of the conditional use permit application to allow for the use of alcoholic beverages to be served by the applicant, Chipotle Mexican Grill, John Vezirian representing Chipotle Mexican Grill. MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE PITTSBURG PLANNING COMMISSION February 14, 2006 A regular meeting of the Pittsburg Planning Commission was called to order by Chairperson Ramirez at 7:00 P.M. on Tuesday, February 14, 2006 in the City Council Chambers, Civic Avenue, Pittsburg, California. ROLL CALL: Present: Commissioners Dolojan, Garcia, Harris, Ohlson, Thomas, Tumbaga, Chairperson Ramirez. Absent: None Staff: Planning Director Melissa Ayres, Associate Planner Dana Hoggatt, Associate Planner Christopher Barton, Assistant Planner Kristi Vahl, and Senior Civil Engineer Alfredo Hurtado. POSTING OF AGENDA: The agenda was posted at City Hall on Friday, February 10, 2006. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Commissioner Thomas led the Pledge of Allegiance. DELETIONS/WITHDRAWALS/CONTINUANCES: There were no deletions, withdrawals or continuances.
  • 5. Page |5 COMMENTS FROM THE AUDIENCE: There were no comments from the audience. PRESENTATIONS: There were no presentations. CONSENT: a. Minutes – January 24, 2006. Commissioner Ohlson requested a clarification to the third bullet under the comments he had made as identified on Page 15 of the minutes. He wanted to make certain that his comments did not imply that Pittsburg High School was located on Leland Road. Planning Director Melissa Ayres recommended that the bullet be modified as follows: • Page 297, top paragraph, third sentence, referenced Pittsburg High School as being near the intersection of Railroad Avenue at Leland Road. He [Commissioner Ohlson] asked that the sentence be modified in that the school was closer to the intersection of Harbor and School Streets. MOTION: Motion by Commissioner Garcia to approve the minutes of the January 24, 2006 meeting, as amended. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Dolojan and carried by the following vote: Ayes: Commissioners Dolojan, Garcia, Ohlson, Tumbaga Noes: None Abstain: Commissioners Harris, Thomas, Ramirez Absent: None PUBLIC HEARINGS: Item 3: Chipotle Full Alcohol Service. AP-06-303 (UP) Application by John Vezirian of Rauschenbach Marvelli Becker Architects on behalf of Chipotle Mexican Grill requesting a use permit to allow full alcohol sales in conjunction with a planned self-service restaurant within a new 9,100 square foot multi-tenant building (currently under construction) located at 4400 Century Boulevard, CC (Community Commercial) District; APN 074-460-025 and 026. Associate Planner Christopher Barton presented the staff report dated February 14, 2006 and recommended the adoption of Resolution No.9622 approving Use Permit Application No. AP-06-303 PUBLIC HEARING OPENED PROPONENTS: JOHN VEZIRIAN, Rauschenbach Marvelli Becker Architects, 2277 Watt Avenue, Second Floor, Sacramento, stated that he had read the conditions of approval, had reviewed them with his client, and was in agreement with those conditions. As to the sale of alcohol, beer and wine in response to Commissioner Dolojan, he stated that those drinks would be sold in bottles, with margaritas to be sold in cups. Employees would be trained in the sale of alcohol, which would be monitored, particularly in terms of the outdoor patio area to ensure that alcohol was not being passed outside of the seating area. He added that Chipotle Mexican Grill had other sites throughout the Bay Area, the State and the east and west coasts. DOUGLAS W. MESSNER, Sierra Pacific Properties, advised that Sierra Pacific Properties supported the tenant which would be a nice use in between the existing fast food uses closer to Somersville Road and the adjacent sit down restaurant sites. Planning Commission Minutes 6 February 14, 2006
  • 6. Page |6 OPPONENTS: None PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED MOTION: AP-06-303 (UP) Motion by Commissioner Garcia to adopt Resolution No. 9622, approving Use Permit Application No. AP-06-303, a Use Permit to allow full alcohol service in conjunction with a self service restaurant within a 9,100 square foot multi-tenant building located at 4400 Central Boulevard for “Chipotle Full Alcohol Service,” with the conditions as shown. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Dolojan and carried by the following vote: Ayes: Commissioners Dolojan, Garcia, Harris, Ohlson, Tumbaga, Ramirez Noes: None Abstain: None Absent: Commissioner Thomas ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 8:17 P.M. to a regular meeting of the Planning Commission on February 28, 2006 at 7:00 P.M. in the City Council Chambers at 65 Civic Avenue, Pittsburg, CA.
  • 7. Page |7  Entitlements / Assessment Reports: The following is a portion of a site assessment report that was prepared and provided for a Chipotle Mexican Grill, to be constructed in Pittsburg, Ca. The full report is approximately 50 pages, so this is just a portion. The full report can be provided as well as additional samples if desired.
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  • 14. P a g e | 14  Civic: PROJECT SUMMARY: Capitol Unity Center – Sacramento Ca Capitol Unity Center 16th and N Street Sacramento, Ca Constructed: TBD upon completion of current permitting process. Area: 29,226 S.F. Cost: $30 Million Dollars Client: Capitol Unity Council of Sacramento Architect: Joint Venture Project: Studio Southwest Architects / Paul Menard & Associates Construction Document Production Services by RMB Architects 2277 Watt Avenue, Sacramento Ca Ph: 916.488.8500 Project manager: John Vezirian Description: 29,000 S.F. Cultural learning in the heart of downtown Sacramento. The center will consist of a 3 story structure, housing a restaurant, Learning centers and conference facilities. The center was designed by Studio Southwest Architects and was a joint venture project with Paul Menard and Associates of Sacramento. RMB Architects was hired to provide design and construction document production which included many of the key design elements. Project is also a LEED Silver Design. Additional Rendered View of the Unity Center
  • 15. P a g e | 15 PROJECT SUMMARY: Arvin Branch Library Arvin Branch Library 201 Campus Drive Arvin, Ca 93203 Constructed: Yes - Mid 1990’s Area: 8200 S.F. Cost: $1.2 Million Client: City of Arvin / Kern County Architect: Thirtieth Street Architects, 2121 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, Ca Ph: 949.673.2643 Project manager: John Vezirian Description: 8200 S.F. Public Library constructed for the City of Arvin and Kern County as part of the Kern county Library System. The facility was constructed in the mid 90’s for the city and the county as a facility for the residents of the city of Arvin and also for the use of the local schools. The building is of wood framed construction with a tile roof and cement plaster finish. Aerial View of Arvin Branch Library Facility
  • 16. P a g e | 16  Commercial Projects: PROJECT SUMMARY: Downtown Davis Retail, Davis Ca Downtown Davis Retail Center 139 G Street and 140 F Street Davis, Ca Constructed: Yes, Completed 2009 Area: 13,000 S.F. Total ( 2-Buildings) Cost: $1.7 Million Client: Henderson Properties LLC Architect: Joint RMB Architects 2277 Watt Avenue, Sacramento Ca Ph: 916.488.8500 Project manager: John Vezirian Description: 13,000 S.F, redevelopment project located in downtown Davis, Ca. The project consisted of the demolition of existing structures and the construction of Two New Retail Shops Building for the client between the adjacent structures, on being the existing hotel and the existing ND buildings along 2 Street. Design Development for this project was by John Gack A.I.A. and the follow through of the project was by RMB Architects, including all consultant coordination, coordination with the City of Davis Downtown Redevelopment Department, production of construction documents and construction administration.
  • 17. P a g e | 17 View of completed project from G Street Detail work along F Street
  • 18. P a g e | 18 PROJECT SUMMARY: Walgreens – Portola Avenue, San Francisco Ca, Walgreens - “LEED Gold” Portola Blvd and Fowler Avenue San Francisco, Ca Constructed: Still under development. Area: 14,000 S.F. Cost: $2.2 Million Dollars Client: Interra Development LLC / Walgreens Architect: RMB Architects 2277 Watt Avenue, Sacramento Ca Ph: 916.488.8500 Project manager: John Vezirian Description: 14,000 Walgreens Pharmacy to be constructed at the corner of Portola Blvd and Fowler Avenue in the city of San Francisco. The project will be constructed on the site of a currently existing Shell Gas Station (to be removed). This is a non prototype facility and incorporates design feature to tie into the existing neighborhood. The project is also a LEED Gold Certified project and will incorporate features such as a Green Roof, Solar Power Generation, Green Grid Wall Systems, Sol-A-Tube Natural Lighting system and more to meet the Gold Rating.
  • 19. P a g e | 19 First Floor Plan East Elevation
  • 20. P a g e | 20  Developer Projects: Irvine Technology Center – Irvine Ca
  • 21. P a g e | 21 Irvine Technology Center El Camino Real and El Camino Real North Irvine, Ca Constructed: Yes – All phases have been completed. Area: 1.3 Million S.F. Cost: Est. $50 Million Dollars Client: The Irvine Company Architect: LPA Inc. 5161 California Ave # 100 Irvine, CA 92617-8002 (949) 261-1001 Principle in Charge: Jim Kelly Project Manager: John Vezirian Description: 1.3 Million square foot commercial office park developed by the Irvine Company, along the 5 Freeway corridor. The project consisted of 22 Two Story tilt-up structures in a campus formation the project consisted of sited development and planning and the development of the structures themselves and production of construction documents, permit processing and construction administration of the project.
  • 22. P a g e | 22 Aerial view of completed Irvine Technology Center Partial bird’s eye view of completed development
  • 23. P a g e | 23  Education: Lynwood High School No.2 – Marco Antonio Firebaugh High School Lynwood High School No.2 – Marco Antonio Firebaugh High School Martin Luther King Blvd and Wright Road 5246 Martin Luther King Blvd. Lynwood Ca Constructed: Area: 158,000 S.F. Cost: Not Available Client: Lynwood Unified School District Architect: LPA Inc. 5161 California Ave # 100 Irvine, CA 92617-8002 (949) 261-1001 Principle in Charge: Jim Kelly Project Manager: John Vezirian Description: Planned in conjunction with the existing John Ham Park, this new 158,000-sq.-ft. high school facility, housing approximately 1,600 students on the former 14.8-acre John Ham City Park site. Joint-use for City of Lynwood and school district functions was the primary development guide for the campus site plan. Public joint-use facilities, such as the new performing arts center, gymnasium, play fields, and community multi-purpose room. Educationally, the program is clustered in to four distinct academic villages. Included within each village are classrooms, computer labs, teacher work areas, and conference rooms. Linking the campus elements together are a central student quad, and the Walk of Achievement The walk
  • 24. P a g e | 24 links the main public functions and is provided with information markers to highlight the achievements of significant individuals in the community. The High School was one of my final projects with LPA and I consider it one of my most challenging and rewarding projects with the firm. Exterior of Administration Building General Ariel Photograph of Completed Campus
  • 25. P a g e | 25 Bird’s Eye View of completed Campus Bird’s Eye View of completed Campus
  • 26. P a g e | 26  Healthcare: Campus Commons Pet Hospital. Campus Commons Pet Hospital and Surgical Center 2373 Fair Oaks Blvd. Sacramento, Ca Constructed: Pending (plans completed and permitted) Area: 8500 S.F. Cost: $2.3 Million Dollars Client: Dr. Robert Richardson Architect: RMB Architects 2277 Watt Avenue, Sacramento Ca Ph: 916.488.8500 Design Architect. John Gack A.I.A. Project manager: John Vezirian Description: Approximately 8500 S.F. Two Story office building to be constructed on the existing site of the current pet hospital. This facility will combine general vet services and a state of the art surgical center including CT and MRI facilities for the clients pets. The ground floor houses the general vet services and the second floor is to house the surgical services facility. Construction is of CMU, Stucco, Extensive glass and stone features. The facility has parking partially under the second floor which required roll down fire doors, as a unique challenge. Also a challenge was to design and coordinate the construction of the new facility between an existing facility and a cell phone tower and service yard. The goal was in keeping the existing facility open during construction and then demo the old upon completion of the new facility.
  • 27. P a g e | 27 Partial Site Plan – Campus Commons Pet Hospital
  • 28. P a g e | 28 DaVita Dialysis Center – West Elk Grove, Sacramento Ca DaVita Dialysis – West Elk Grove and Red Bluff Ca Sacramento, Ca Constructed: Yes, completed and operational Area: 10000 S.F. Cost: $1.5 Client: DaVita Dialysis Inc. Project Manager: Valarie Roberts Architect: RMB Architects 2277 Watt Avenue, Sacramento Ca Ph: 916.488.8500 Project manager: John Vezirian Description: During my term at RMB I had completed approximately 10 dialysis clinics for DaVita, these included facilities in Sacramento, Yuba City, Red Bluff, West Sacramento, Natomas, Citrus Heights, Vacaville and others. These are OSHPD 3 facilities, and although OSHPD does not normally review the plans. They must meet OSHPD guidelines and codes. The facilities generally are interior tenant improvements. There are occasions where DaVita has built ground up facilities, as shown on the following page. This is the facility for Red Bluff. This project posed a unique challenge, as the site lay beneath the flight path of the emergency heliport. And thus provided many unique height restrictions and design challenges.
  • 29. P a g e | 29 Red Bluff Floor Plan Aerial view of DaVita Red Bluff and hospital heli pad.
  • 30. P a g e | 30  Aviation: PROJECT SUMMARY: Wofford Aviation Incorporated Wofford Aviation Incorporated 4955 E. Andersen Ave (Fresno Intl. Airport). Fresno Ca Constructed: Mid 1980’s Area: 4500 S.F. Cost: N/A Client: Wofford Aviation Incorporated Architect: Bode and Bode Architects th 5657 N. 6 Street, Fresno, Ca. Architect: Harry Bode (retired) Project manager: John Vezirian Description: 4500 S.F. expansion to existing hanger facility to provide for new parts department and aviation administration services offices, including sales and charter services offices. The addition was constructed to the front of the hanger facing the runways of the airport, as shown in the photo below; it also included an observation deck across the front for access to upper offices. Notable feature included the use of gas filled window systems to reduce air traffic sound. Aerial View of Wofford Aviation Facility
  • 31. P a g e | 31  Military: PROJECT SUMMARY: Davis Monthan Air Force Base Housing Davis Monthan Air Force Base Tucson, AZ. Constructed: 2003 Area: 32,280 S.F. Cost: N/A Client: SUNDT Construction / U.S. Air Force / Army Corp of Engineers Architect: MFDB Architects 3444 Marconi Avenue, Sacramento Ca Architect: Dan Dameron, Project manager: John Vezirian Description: Phase 1 of a 4 Phase dormitory development for the base, which also included the demolition of existing housing units and the construction of (14) connected (8) man housing units, of (56) total units to be developed, including site development in conjunction with SUNDT Construction as part of a design build contract for the Air Force and the Army Corp of Engineers, as shown below (note Phase 1, mirrored from plans prior to const). Aerial View of Housing Units – Phase 1
  • 32. P a g e | 32 Site Plan – Phase 1 Floor Plan – Phase 1
  • 33. P a g e | 33  Municipal: Aerial view of existing Fresno Waste Water Treatment Facility Fresno Wastewater Treatment Facility Fresno Ca Constructed: Yes Area: Undetermined Cost: N/A Client: City of Fresno, Fresno County Architect: R.L. Davidson and Associates, HDR Engineering Division Fresno, Ca. Architect: Robert Davidson Project manager: Peter Strieff Description: Joint project for the development of the expansion to the existing city treatment facilities. My work consisted of a site survey of the existing facility to prepare a site plan for the development drawings. This work consisted of 4 weeks of field measurement of all buildings, and other structures, site features and utilities, coordination with aerial photographs and historical documents to prepare a concise composite site plan for the existing development and the future expansion.
  • 34. P a g e | 34  Historical Renovation or Documentation: Historical Architectural Building Survey - General Phineas Banning Residence General Phineas Banning Residence, 401 East M Street, Wilmington, Los Angeles County, CA Architect: Thirtieth Street Architects, 2121 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, Ca Ph: 949.673.2643 Project Architect: John Loomis A.I.A. Project manager: John Vezirian CALL NUMBER: HABS CAL,19-WILM,2- REPRODUCTION NUMBER: [See Call Number] MEDIUM: Measured Drawing(s): 6 (34 x 44 in.) Photo(s): 107 (4 x 5 in.) Photo Caption Page(s): 6 DATE: Documentation compiled after 1933. CREATOR: Historic American Buildings Survey, creator NOTE: Survey number HABS CA-2660 SUBJECTS: CALIFORNIA--Los Angeles County--Wilmington OTHER TITLE: Banning Museum COLLECTION: Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress) REPOSITORY: Library of Congress, Prints and Photograph Division, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA DIGID: http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/hhh.ca2250 Link: http://memory.loc.gov/cgi- bin/query/S?pp/hh:@field(TITLE+@od1(General+Phineas+Banning+Residence,+401+East+ M+Street,+Wilmington,+Los+Angeles+County,+CA)) Description: HABS survey of the existing Banning Residence in Wilmington Ca. Survey included site survey to field measure the existing residence, photograph and provide record drawings for the Parks Service and the City and County of Los Angeles. Please see the following pages for samples from the survey.
  • 35. P a g e | 35 Site and General Data Drawing Floor Plan
  • 36. P a g e | 36 Exterior Elevations Sections
  • 37. P a g e | 37 Banning Residence Photo 1 Banning Residence Photo 2