INDEX PORTFOLIO 09/2011001 CURRICULUM VITAE005 A CULINARY SCHOOL009 BALLYROAN LIBRARY013 THE FACULTY CLUB015 PIMLICO ACADEMY019 ACADEMY OF MUSIC023 BOHILLA HOUSE027 NEW URBAN THEATRE029 LOUGH DERG HOUSE031 KENILWORTH SQUARE033 VARIOUS PROJECTS039 VARIOUS SKILLS
001 | Curriculum Vitae Ross Millaney Mount Yokine, Newcastle, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. Date of Birth: 22.08.1985 Mobile Number: +353 (0)87 925 3939 Phone Number: +353 (0)1 281 0014 Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.rossmillaney.com Part 2 Qualiﬁed + 2 Years Experience Education and Qualiﬁcations 2004-2010: Bachelor of Architecture (Honours), DIT Bolton Street, Dublin 1. Graduated with Honours for my thesis entitled, “Education and The Community, An Inaugural Educate Together Second-Level School for Pimlico and The Liberties.” My research was published by the Lord Mayor’s Commission on Employment and was referenced by DCC Planning Department for The Liberties Local Area Plan. I have since been invited to join Educate Together’s Building Research Group. 1998-2004: Wesley College Dublin, Dundrum, Dublin 16. Leaving Certificate (6 Honours - A in Technical Drawing, A in English). 1994-1998: Aravon School, Bray, Co. Wicklow Skills Software: • I have a strong computing background and I can pick up new software quickly. I have excellent proficiency in the use of: AutoCAD(7yrs), Revit(2yrs), Rhino 3d(5yrs), Grasshopper(2yrs), Microstation, Sketchup, 3ds Max, Maxwell Render, V-Ray, Felix Render, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat, and Microsoft Office. • I am Autodesk trained (AOTC) in both AutoCAD and Revit up to the most recent versions, (2012). Visual Communication: • I have a good aptitude for producing eye-catching, high quality imagery using CAD, Illustrator, and InDesign. My thesis research graphics were published by ‘The Lord Mayor’s Commission on Employment’. • I also work part-time as a photographer’s assistant (www.johnnymcmillan.com) and as a 3d production assistant (www.nineteenfifteen.com) to aid my understanding of cameras for rendering. Model Making: • I have good model making skills. As well as the more traditional methods, I have good knowledge and experience with rapid prototyping machines, including : laser cutting, cnc milling, and stereolithography. Languages: • I can speak good conversational French.
Curriculum Vitae | 002 Relevant EmploymentJan. 2011 – Present: Box Architecture, Fumbally Lane, Dublin 8. (Architectural Assistant)• Currently working on a large public library for South Dublin County Council at tender stage. As Box is a small office I have a lot of responsibilities, including: preparing parametric tender documents with the aid of Revit; technical detailing, rendering, model making at 1:20 to test design detail options; liaising with manufacturers pre written specification; scheduling; site visits and surveying.• In particular I have gained a lot of technical and detailing knowledge through meetings held with manufacturers, detailing consultants and specialists during this period.May 2007 – June 2008: Colum ÓBroin and Partners, Bray, Co. Wicklow. (Part 1 Assistant)• Responsibilities included: drawing up feasibility studies for client reviews, site survey work, scheme design development, producing planning applications, and model making for competition proposals.• During this period I developed a sound understanding of the building regulations, planning procedures, and best practice whilst working on residential, commercial, education and conservation projects.• Often I was given a large amount of personal responsibility and left to take the initiative myself. One of my best successes was to design a contemporary house for an infil site in Bray, Dublin which received planning permission, (please see portfolio).May – Sept. 2006: Dedicated CAD Systems, Parnell Street, Dublin 1. (Part 1 Assistant)Received and organised all of Tesco Ireland’s handover documents by publishing them to a webarchive using Acrobat Pro.• Liaised with individuals and organisations in relation to taking orders and answering customer enquiries about ArchiCAD.• Assisted in 3d model making for clients retention planning applications using Sketchup and ArchiCAD.May – Sept. 2002: Paul O’Toole Architects, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin. (Summer Work)• Responsibilities included model making, greeting clients, assisting at site surveys. Interests and Achievements• Short-listed for Best Architectural Animation Competition, ArchDaily.com 2010.• In 2007 I undertook an Advanced Geometry Research exchange with Karlshruhe Polytechnic. Represented Ireland at EASA 2008, (European Architecture Students Assembly).• Member of the Irish Revit Users Group which meets bi-monthly to discuss progressing BIM.• Member of the Irish Education Colloquium, we meet quarterly to discuss the future of education design and its role in the community.• I’m a keen athlete and sprinter. I’ve represented Ireland at senior level at the Dublin International (versus Britain, Australia, and South Africa). Ive represented Leinster and captained our school team to gold at the Irish School-boy Championships. ReferencesAcademic: Professional:Mr. Stephen Best Mr. Gary MongeyDepartment of Architecture Box ArchitectureDIT, Bolton Street 30, The BlackpittsDublin 1, Ireland Dublin 8, IrelandTel: +353 (0)1 4023916 Tel: +353 (0)1 4737106Email: Stephen.Best@dit.ie Email: email@example.com
A Culinary School, Restaurant, & Community Market Hall | 006This Page :Glenn Murcutt Workshop 2009.Final Scheme : Exploded axoand associated images. (RhinoMaster Model and MaxwellRender.)Below :Glenn Murcutt Workshop 2009.Using Maxwell Render to testvarious material options. Forexample rammed-earth asshown below.
007| A Culinary School, Restaurant, & Community Market Hall
A Culinary School, Restaurant, & Community Market Hall | 008This Page & Opposite :Glenn Murcutt Workshop 2009.An Organic Culinary School forCourtmacsherry Harbour, Co. Cork.Centre & Top Right: Development sketch-es and scheme axonometric.Top Left : Rendering illustrating materialchoice and proving quality of light.(Maxwell Render with associated Rhino3D Screenshot)Bottom Left : Details for a door atentrance to the market hall. (Derivedfrom Rhino Master Model)
009 | Ballyroan Library G1 3214 1 .8 F1 3214 94 E1 3214 D1 3214 C1 3214 1 B1 3214 ED W 106 A 3214 2 103 3214 301 3214 ED 102 3389 85 W 107 4847 .1 3375 9° - W 107 PLANT 1 STAIRCORE --- D 30 G-9 G-10 MALE WC 111 FDS 7197 8 m² 16 m² G-13 1 13 m² 2 UP STORAGE EXHIBITION/GROUP/STORY ROOM 301 G-8 D D G-16 9 m² 107 106 57 m² 3345 SEMINAR ROOM IS D G-7 D 103 105 51 m² 109 D 100 COMPUTER ROOM FEMALE WC 110 G-6 G-12 LIFT LOBBY D OFFICE 1 4395 50 m² 15 m² G-14 G-15 7197 1864 104 2 257 m² 9 m² 1 IS 2500 301 ES WC 102 G-11 101 5 m² ES IS 101 102 D 103 2 UP 90 1 .0 0° 301 IS INTERNAL STREET D G-3 104 102 D Redundant Room DRAFT LOBBY 101 ED G-1 UP 101 7 m² 2400 ED DRAFT LOBBY 104 IS G-2 105 13 m² 2 ES 2 302 101 302 IS 3 106 3 3376 3376 W 104 4 4 5030 5030 1 1 302 302 READING HALL G-4 632 m² 5 5 PLAY/GROUP G-5 W 105 8 m² 5370 5370 W 104 6 6 3044 3044 7 7 W 101 W 101 W 101 W 101 W 101 W 101 W 101 W 101 W 101 W 101 3415 W 102 W 103 W 102 W 103 W 102 3850 3225 3225 3225 3225 3225 3225 3225 3225 3225 3850 A B C D E F G H J K L M N 1 2 300 300
Ballyroan Library | 010Tender Documents - 2011 :Sample tender documents. A public library valued atE3.5 million. My responsibilties included: preparingparametric tender documents with the aid of Revit;technical detailing, rendering, model making at 1:20to test design detail options; liasing with manufactur-ers pre written specification; scheduling; site visitsand surveying.Revit / SketchUP / 3ds Max / Maxwell RenderVisualisations :Presented to SDCC during design development.Revit / 3ds Max / V-Ray / Maxwell Render
Ballyroan Library | 012 PURPOSE MADE BIRCH N10/110A PLYWOOD LININGS TO ALL PODSGL A, 7 & M 450 METAL LATHING/ ANCHORED MESH REINFORCEMENT FOR M30 ALUMINIUM ALLOY FRAMING PLASTERED/ RENDERED H92/710 COATINGS SECTIONS 7 denotes line of alum cill below EXTERNAL WALL INSULATION M21/220B SYSTEM ON SUPPORT RAILS WINDOWS/ ROOFLIGHTS/ L10 SCREENS/ LOUVRES 2 Typical Pod and Ext. Envelope Plan Detail 715 1:5 WINDOWS/ ROOFLIGHTS/ L10 SCREENS/ LOUVRES ALUMINIUM STRIP/ SHEETH72 COVERINGS/ FLASHINGS PURPOSE MADE BIRCH N10/110A PLYWOOD LININGS TO ALL PODSGL A, 7 & M H92/780 VAPOUR CONTROL LAYER H92/785 BREATHER MEMBRANEH92/775 THERMAL INSULATIONH92 RAINSCREEN CLADDING ALUMINIUM ALLOY FRAMING H92/710 SECTIONSH92/735 FIXINGS AND FASTENERS PODS - STRUCTURALLY L10/330B BONDED GLAZING TO ALUMINIUM WINDOWS back fully fritted 3 Pod Flush Glazing - Plan View 715 1:5
013 | The Faculty Club NOTE The Faculty Club - Work In Progress 2011 : FACULTY CLUB 1. Copyright Reserved Case Study No.5: I came across The Faculty 2. Do not scale off this drawing use figured dimensions only Club, by Shift Architecture Urbanism, on 3. The contractor is to check all dimensions and levels on site archdaily and really admired it. 4. Where appropriate, for R.C. structure, or mechanical and electrical details refer to Engineers drawings 5. Proprietary items to be fixed in strict accordance with manufacturers instructions, and all dimensions Using the drawings and details on archdaily to be checked with manufacturer 6. The contractor shall be responsible for the co- along with some advice from project ordination of structure and services 7. The contractor shall be responsible for ensuring architect Pieter Heymans, I have started that all work complies with the requirements of the current building regulations to develop my own study of the project. I intend to produce a full tender package REVISIONS No Date Item Initial along with visualisations and walkthroughs. Revit / 3ds Max / VRay Render 1 Perspective 1 Drawing Schedule Sheet Number Sheet Name Format Scale 001 Project Cover Sheet NTS Portrait 002 Visualisations Portrait 003 Visualisations Portrait 101 Site Plan Portrait 102 Ground Floor Plan 1:100 Landscape 103 Reflected Ceiling Plan 1:100 Landscape 201 Elevations - South & West 1:100 Landscape 2 Axonometric 202 Elevations - North & East 1:100 Landscape 301 Sections A + B 1:100 Landscape 302 Sections C + D 1:100 Landscape 401 Room Data Sheet - Bar Portrait 501 M+E - Drainage Layout 1:100 Landscape 502 M+E - Electrical Layout 1:100 Landscape 701 Section A Details Portrait 702 Section A Details Contd Portrait 703 Section B Details Portrait 704 Section B Details Contd Portrait 705 Section C Details Portrait 706 Section C Details Contd Portrait 707 Section D Details Portrait 708 Section D Details Contd Portrait 801 Room Finishes Schedule To Fit Portrait 802 Door Schedule Portrait 803 Window Schedule Portrait 3 Axonometric - Cut-away TENDER DRAWINGS Not to be used as working drawing Refer to Construction Drawings Read in conjunction with SCOPE OF WORKS and Engineers Drawings Project Name: Drawn by: The Faculty Club Author Drawing Title: Project Cover Sheet Scale: Date: 08/13/11 Drg No: CS5 - T-001 Mount Yokine, Newcastle, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. RM Ross Millaney 4 Perspective 2 T: +353 1 2810014 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org | W: www.rossmillaney.com
The Faculty Club | 014 1 Ground Floor 1 : 100 C B Unknown Room 5 Conference Room B FM WC M WC 2 1 A A 3 Hall 8 7 6 Plant Accessible WC Conference Room A Reception DN D D 514 C BNOTE REVISIONS TENDER DRAWINGS No Date Item Initial Not to be used as working drawing1. Copyright Reserved Refer to Construction Drawings2. Do not scale off this drawing use figured dimensions only Read in conjunction with SCOPE OF WORKS and3. The contractor is to check all dimensions and levels on site Engineers Drawings4. Where appropriate, for R.C. structure, or mechanical and electrical details Project Name: Drawn by:refer to Engineers drawings The Faculty Club Author5. Proprietary items to be fixed in strict accordance with manufacturers Drawing Title:instructions, and all dimensions to be checked with manufacturer Ground Floor Plan6. The contractor shall be responsible for the co-ordination of structure andservices7. The contractor shall be responsible for ensuring that all work complies with Scale: 1 : 100 Date: 08/13/11 Drg No: CS5 - T-102 Mount Yokine, Newcastle, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. RM Ross Millaneythe requirements of the current building regulations T: +353 1 2810014 | E: email@example.com | W: www.rossmillaney.com Chimney Level 6190 Roof Level 4246 Upper Ceiling Level 3711 Lower Ceiling Level 3088 Comference Room Window Head 2690 Ground Floor 593 Bottom of Slab 0 2 West Elevation 1 : 100 Chimney Level 6190 Roof Level 4246 Upper Ceiling Level 3711 Lower Ceiling Level 3088 Comference Room Window Head 2690 Ground Floor 593 Bottom of Slab 0 1 South Elevation 1 : 100NOTE REVISIONS TENDER DRAWINGS No Date Item Initial Not to be used as working drawing1. Copyright Reserved Refer to Construction Drawings2. Do not scale off this drawing use figured dimensions only Read in conjunction with SCOPE OF WORKS and3. The contractor is to check all dimensions and levels on site Engineers Drawings4. Where appropriate, for R.C. structure, or mechanical and electrical details Project Name: Drawn by:refer to Engineers drawings The Faculty Club Author5. Proprietary items to be fixed in strict accordance with manufacturers Drawing Title:instructions, and all dimensions to be checked with manufacturer Elevations - South & West6. The contractor shall be responsible for the co-ordination of structure andservices7. The contractor shall be responsible for ensuring that all work complies with Scale: 1 : 100 Date: 08/13/11 Drg No: CS5 - T-201 Mount Yokine, Newcastle, Co. Wicklow, Ireland. RM Ross Millaneythe requirements of the current building regulations T: +353 1 2810014 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org | W: www.rossmillaney.com
015 | Pimlico Academy - An Inaugural Educate Together Second-Level School 10 9 Thesis - 2010 : The Statement of Intent: “This thesis intends to develop a new ethos,along with its architectural manifestation, for Second-Level Education in a contemporary Ireland, and to unlock the potential intellectual, social, and moral developments of young people that is not currently possible within the tradional regime”. This page : Details and Visualisations. Opposite : Research and proposals for a new model of education. 8 AutoCAD / Rhino / V-Ray / Felix Render 11 1 Wall construction, 750mm : 8 Horizontal sliding window cont’d : 35mm coated aluminum, wa e-panel, rainscreen; on vertical support rail; Fixed to concrete slab above via ‘z-shaped’ 2 welded steel angles. 35mm ventilated cavity; 75mm rigid, thermal insulation; 9 2mm pressed coated aluminium coping on concealed xings. Flexible, EDPM vapour barrier; 200mm in-situ, reinforced concrete; 10 Roof construction, 512mm : 300mm vertical services zone; 2mm overlapping, coated aluminium sheet; 2 x 25mm bre reinforced plasterboard. Waterproof sheath; 20mm OSB panel on 80mm x 80mm counter battens; 2 Floor construction, 750mm : 80mm ventilation Cavity; 20mm ready-to-lay parquet ooring; Waterproof sheath 2; 1 330mm medium grade raised access services zone; 100mm rigid thermal insulation between 100mm x 100mm battens; 400mm in-situ, fair faced, reinforced, ribbed concrete slab. 100mm rigid thermal insulation between 100mm x 100mm counter bat Vapour barrier; 3 Hermetically sealed structural glazing, 42mm : 200mm in-situ concrete slab; 8mm toughened solar glass; 10mm plaster. 20mm cavity; 10.8mm laminate glass with vinyl graphic applied to inside face; 11 Natural Ventilation Element : 2 3mm pressed aluminium support channels. 350mm Trench heater within internal recess of ope; Supported on 75mm horizontal counter rails; 4 8mm painted alumium so t panel on aluminium carrier rails with concealed xings; 45mm independently controlled ventilation grill; RAL reference colour code : 5015. 320mm ventilated cavity behind 35mm perforated, aluminium, wa e-p 5 Weather sealed lighting batton in recessed 50mm x 50mm coated alumium chanel. 6 50mm stone paving slabs. 7 Roller blind recessed into depth of ribbed slab, xed to concrete slab above via concealed xings. 8 Horizontally sliding window, 42mm : 8mm toughened solar glass; 20mm cavity; 10.8mm laminate glass; 206mm x 60mm glazing members; 7 4 5 3 6 5 Detailed Sectio