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  1. 1. Resume David Lockwood Van de Ven, Jr. 2107 Pin Oak Lane. Arlington, TX 76012Phone: (817) 469-6279 Fax: (817) 860-0867
  2. 2. David Lockwood Van de Ven, Jr. 2107 Pin Oak Lane. Arlington, TX 76012Phone: (817) 469-6279 Fax: (817) 860-0867
  3. 3. David Lockwood Van de Ven, Jr. 2107 Pin Oak Lane. Arlington, TX 76012Phone: (817) 469-6279 Fax: (817) 860-0867
  4. 4. Re: Prospective F/T Direct - Hire Employment / Contract / ClientDear Sirs/Ms:I am David Lockwood Van de Ven, Jr., Emeritus AIA, RA, RID, CSI, PREI, TAREI, a Senior Level Staff Architectand Interior Designer with over thirty-eight years of combined architectural design, programming, production, andconstruction administration experience in the profession. I continue to pursue new, challenging opportunities andinterests broadening my production and management skills, experience, and knowledge.I endeavor to continue with my goals to pursue design and business excellence and to mentor my professional experienceby encouraging individuals interested and talented in the architectural design profession.I have over thirteen years of healthcare experience of which over nine years were in regional facility service andmanagement for healthcare and related ancillary facilities of a regional healthcare provider in Dallas.In overview: I have been involved for over 38 years in a variety of architectural management production styles, delivery processes, and environments from the two - man office to the corporate structure. I have been involved with the design build and facility maintenance processes from standalone to building renovations. I have over 18 years CAD / 3D and computer skills, word processing and spreadsheet experience within the network environment. I have been involved with residential, multi-family, commercial, retail, institutional, government, medical, industrial, educational, high - rise office, corporate interior design and urban - scale design projects. I have endeavored to provide goal – oriented professionalism to meet the client’s programmed needs within a programmed financial budget meeting project design excellence. I have endeavored to provide employable results - driven design and management services that are CLEAR, CONCISE, COMPLETE, CONSISTANT, and CORRECT.I look forward to the opportunity to meet with you to discuss how I can meet your hiring plans. I can be reached at thetelephone and address provided if any further questions, need information and references are needed. Salary is open,commensurate and negotiable with experience.I emphasize that I have continuously pursued a preference for direct - hire, permanent gainful employment. I referencethat during unexpected periodic economic times in my career, interim contract / client based referrals have supplementedand maintained my professional career income, education, and licensing. At present I have the immediate concern andneed to start as soon as possible.I am currently upgrading and migrating to AutoCAD Revit Building Suite Premium from AutoCad Architecture and 3dMAX.I look forward to your reply soon.Sincerely,David L Van de Ven, Jr.David L. Van de Ven, Jr., AIA, CSI, RA, RID, PREI, TAREI (associate)dlvarchitectureTEXASwww.dlvarchitectureTEXAS.com2107 Pin Oak LaneArlington, Texas 76012v 817 469 6279f 817 860 0867dlvarchitecture@aol.comDesign Architects & Planners Supporting the 2028 DFW Olympic Planning Committee
  5. 5. David Lockwood Van de Ven, Jr. 2107 Pin Oak Lane Arlington, TX 76012 Phone: (817) 469-6279 Fax: (817) 860-0867 dlvarchitecture@aol.comGOAL Provide design and business excellence through technical proficiency, design, creativity, management, and professionalism.OBJECTIVE Successfully team with Principal Design Architect, Interior Designer, and Urban PlannerEDUCATION TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY, Lubbock Texas Bachelor of Architecture (Design Option)EXPERIENCE08/2011 – present Yale Enforcement Security, Dallas, Texas Licensed DPS Non-Commissioned Security Officer02/02/09 - 05/26/09 Texas Health and Human Services Commission / Northern Region Office, Colleyville, Texas Architect / Project Manager (Part - time FTE) / Maintenance and Construction Division (Austin, Texas) Projects: State of Texas Schools and Hospitals (formerly MHMR)03/23//09 - 05/01/09 Triune LLC Dallas / Parsons / Dallas Independent School District, Dallas, Texas Architect / Design Review Consultant (Part - time Independent Contractor) Projects: DISD 2008 School Bond Program (Phase 1 - 3)8/97 - present Self Employed / Contract / Client based – dlvarchitecture TEXAS, Arlington, Texas GVB Architect – Dallas (Retail / Commercial / High end Residential) C+F Architects – Kennedale (Retail / Commercial) Schulte Custom Residential Designs – Lewisville (Residential)03/2007 – 01/2008 Byron Folse Associates, Inc., Euless, Texas Architect Projects – City of Waxahachie Public Works Membrane Water Treatment Building City of Euless – Texas Star Golf / Convention Center City of University Park Water Pump Station12/ 2006 - 03/2007 Evan Evans Associates, Inc., Dallas, Texas Architect / Project Manager Projects: Churches; Municipal11/2006 – 12/2006 KASA Group, Inc., Dallas, Texas Architect / Project Manager Projects: Churches; Commercial; Education07/2006 – 10/2006 INTERPLAN Southwest LLC., Addison, Texas Architect / Project Manager Project – National Clientele for Commercial Restaurant / Retail Design06/2006 – 07/2006 MJDII Architects, Inc., Addison, Texas Architect / Project Manager Project – Frito Lay Employee Association Fitness Center Renovation, Frito Lay Headquarters, Plano. Texas03/2006 – 05/2006 Southwest Architects, Inc., Fort Worth, Texas Production Architect Projects – Young County Law Enforcement Center, Graham, Texas Oak Timbers Community Housing, Granbury, Texas
  6. 6. David Lockwood Van de Ven, Jr. 2107 Pin Oak Lane. Arlington, TX 76012 Phone: (817) 469-6279 Fax: (817) 860-0867 dlvarchitecture@aol.com05/2005– 09/2005 Yale Enforcement Security, Dallas, Texas Licensed DPS Non-Commissioned Security Officer12/2004 PGAL, Inc., Dallas, Texas Architect III Projects - McKinney Police and Fire Service / McKinney, Texas07/2004 – 11/2004 The Richmond Group Architects & Planners Inc, Dallas, Texas Architect Project Manager - Project delivery of multi million dollar Retail / Developer based projects. Construction Administration. Projects - Weatherford MarketPlace, Weatherford, Texas (65 acres) ; Shoppes at Schererville, Schererville. Indiana.02/2004 – 05/2004 Wadkins & Associates, Inc, Fort Worth, Texas Architect Project Manager - Project delivery of DISD Bond Program 2002 Renovation Projects – $5.5 M (South Oak Cliff High School) and $ 1.8 M (Walnut Hill Elementary School).08/2003 - 09/2003 Gary R. Trebert, P.C., Attorney and Counselor at Law, Carrollton, Texas Architect - Provided professional consultation and design services regarding the design and licensure of nursing homes and hospitals in Texas. Involved with the TDHS, TDH, 2002 ICBO, NFPA 101 – Life Safety Code, Texas Energy Code, State and Local codes.06/2002 - 04/2003 GL Barron Company, Inc., Design-Build Firm, Fort Worth, Texas Architects – Construction - Engineering - Interior Design – Planners Marketing presentation and Specifications Project Architect for Design – Build Firm with primary emphasis on Religious and Assisted – Living Facilities: Crossroads Christian Church, Arlington / Grand Prairie, Texas; Dallas First Church, Dallas, Texas; Presbyterian Church of Dallas, Carrolton, Texas.10/2001- 05/2002 Boynton - Williams & Associates, Inc., Dallas, Texas Architects - Interior Design - Planners Architect for Healthcare and Education Architecture Seminole State College Campus Building, HVAC, and Re-Roof Renovation, Seminole, Oklahoma (9 Buildings) Shiloh Hospital Development Project, Arkansas Surgical Hospital, North Little Rock, Arkansas Okmulgee Public Works Authority, Senior Nutritional & Activity Center, Okmulgee, Oklahoma10/2000-10/2001 CHARLES F. MCAFEE, FAIA, NOMA, PA, Dallas, Texas Architects - Planners – Programmers Project Architect. Airport Architecture. Team member of the Architect of Record for the CDP of the Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport – International Terminal D; City of Dallas Facility Services Programming; DCCD Eastfield College Science Building; DCCD Administrative Service Center
  7. 7. David Lockwood Van de Ven, Jr. 2107 Pin Oak Lane. Arlington, TX 76012 Phone: (817) 469-6279 Fax: (817) 860-0867 dlvarchitecture@aol.com5/98-10/2000 PETRELLI* associates, inc., Arlington, Texas Project Architect involved in design through project administration. Project Scope: churches, schools and municipal projects Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church Family Life Center, Arlington, Texas Arlington High School Gymnasium and Renovations, Arlington, Texas Bowie High School Gymnasium / Classroom / Cafeteria / Administrative Office Addition and Renovation, Arlington, Texas UT Arlington Development Project, Arlington, Texas Wedgwood Baptist Church Family Life and Education Center, Fort Worth, Texas Grand Prairie Municipal Golf Course Clubhouse, Grand Prairie, Texas12/97-5/98 CLAYCOMB ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, Dallas, Texas Staff Production Architect as CAD operator. Project Scope: Education, Salado Intermediate School, Copperas Cove Athletic Annex9/97-12/97 V. AUBREY HALLUM ARCHITECTS, Fort Worth, Texas Staff Project Production Architect as CAD operator. Project Scope: Churches and Education6/97-8/97 TANDY CORPORATION/RADIO SHACK ARCHITECTURAL DIVISION, Fort Worth, Texas As an architect, Implemented project drafting supervision of eight CAD draftspersons. Team member involved with the review, assignment, and implementation of Radio Shack retail stores from design to construction documents with the objective to processing from ten to fourteen stores per week nationally.12/87-6/97 HEALTHCARE ENVIRONMENT DESIGN, Dallas, Texas Project Architect involved in the programming, design, production, specifications, and construction administration of medical facilities for Baylor University, its affiliates, and private clientele. Project Scope: The Tom Landry Sports Medicine and Research Center, Heart Transplant Administration Offices/Fourth Floor Enclosure and Addition of Roberts Hospital, Komen Alliance Breast Cancer Center/Sammons Cancer Center Further expanded list of projects and presentation provided upon request or downloaded from website at And Business LinkedIn Site
  8. 8. David Lockwood Van de Ven, Jr. 2107 Pin Oak Lane. Arlington, TX 76012 Phone: (817) 469-6279 Fax: (817) 860-0867 dlvarchitecture@aol.comRECOGNITION & MERIT: TEAMworks Project Excellence Award 1995 MEDCO CORPORATION Collins / Sammons Worth Street Entrance and Lobby Baylor University Medical Center Campus / Dallas Dallas ASID Ovation Award 1995, First Place Texas Architecture for Health Design Award 1992, Merit Award HEALTHCARE ENVIRONMENT DESIGN Nutritional Services Renovation BUMC Campus / Dallas TEAMworks Project Excellence Award 1993 MEDCO CORPORATION MRI Addition to North Hills Medical Center / Fort Worth Dallas AIA Committee on Architectural Healthcare, Honorable Mention Award 1991 HEALTHCARE ENVIRONMENT DESIGN MRI Suite BUMC Campus / Dallas Texas Architecture for Health Design Award 1990, Gold Award of Excellence HEALTHCARE ENVIRONMENT DESIGN MRI Suite BUMC Campus / Dallas Texas Architecture for Health Design Award 1992, Honorable Mention Award Dallas Association of General Contractors Award, Building of the Year Award 1990 HEALTHCARE ENVIRONMENT DESIGN Tom Landry Sports Medicine and Research Center / DallasMEMBER ORGANIZATIONS & AFFILIATIONS: American Institute of Architects / AIA Construction Specifications Institute / CSI Texas Society of Architects / TSA Dallas American Institute of Architects / DALLAS AIA Texas Association of Real Estate Inspectors (Associate) / TAREILICENSED CREDENTIALS: ARCHITECT / State of Texas # 13717 INTERIOR DESIGNER / State of Texas # 2738 PROFESSIONAL REAL ESTATE INSPECTOR / State of Texas TREC # 6970 (Inactive) NON – COMMISSIONED SECURITY OFFICER / State of Texas DPS / Exp 08/25/13PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL REFERENCES: Mr. Walter T. Curry, AIA, Architect Rees Associates, San Antonio / Llano, Texas Mr. William “Bill” Minyard, Registered Architect / Arlington, Texas Mr. William “Bill” Echols, AIA, Architect, Arlington, Texas Mr. Thomas A. Pirtle, AIA, NCARB, Architect, Fort Worth, Texas Mr. John W. “Bill” Robson, Campos Engineering, Dallas, Texas Father Joseph Scantlin, MBS Catholic Church, Arlington, Texas Dr. Lawrence P." Warren, Podiatrist, Fort Worth, Texas
  9. 9. David L. Van de Ven, Jr., AIA, CSI, RA, RID, PREI, TAREI, NACHI 2107 PIN OAK LANE ARLINGTON, TEXAS 76012 Home / Office: (817) 469-6279 (message center) Office FAX: (817) 860-0867 Office Email : Objective(s)• Professional-oriented design / production position in an architectural / interior design firm.• Due-diligent position for mentoring the studio - team production concept design services.• Retain a position of gainful employment based upon prior professional experience, education and deliverables provided within the project goals, scheduling, timelines, project events, and financial circumstances, requirements, and issues.Skills and Abilities• Communications o Good written and verbal presentation skills. o Use proper grammar and have a good speaking voice. o Utilizes the technology to improve knowledge, verbal and graphical presentation skills. o CAD and Graphic Skills in all phases during Design, Production, and Construction Administration. o College course training and practical architectural working experience using AutoCAD from Release 12 – Version 2004 - 2012. Currently own seat of AutoCAD and 3D Maxds of Revit Building Design Suite Premium.• Interpersonal Skills o Able to get along well with co-workers and accepts supervision. o Receives positive, constructive evaluations from supervisors and employers. o Retains respect and learns from constructive comments and criticism of others. o Listens with an open mind and options to aid in making decisive decisions.• Flexible o Willingness to try and view new ideals and interests in improving the efficiency of assigned tasks, and to meet goals, and schedules. o Open minded to problem solving discussions to define parameters of data, problems, issues and concerns• Attention to Detail o Concerned commitment with quality. o Produce work that is orderly and attractive. o Endeavors to ensure that tasks are completed correctly and on time. o Personal and Professional Design-Production-Ideal & Work Ethic Slogan developed and followed: BE CLEAR – COMPLETE – CONCISE – CONSISTENT – CORRECT• Hard-working o Throughout all personal, military, and professional endeavors, the highest work ethic has been pursued through hard work, dedication, and the pursuit of excellence to best of one’s ability under the circumstances and limitations of the problems and situations at hand. o Has provided throughout professional career, additional required over-time as directed or through involuntary comp-time support.
  10. 10. • Client Service o Routinely provided support to Client BHCS healthcare facility services for nearly 9 ½ years receiving merit raises and merit recognition.• Marketing o Have provided marketing presentation support through mortgage packages, Conceptual, Prelim and DD presentations to clients and fiduciary representatives,• Reliable o Dedicated when employer’s practice demonstrates professional conduct and due-diligenceAncillary Education / Extracurricular / Accomplishments o Houston ISD Art Scholarship to the Houston Museum of Modern Art o Houston Junior High All – City Swimmer o Houston ISD National Jr. Honor Society / Lanier Junior High o Paschal High School. Prepared class course curriculum around career decision to become an architect in Junior High. o Excellent attendance record. Superior communication skills. Graduated in top 15 percent of high school graduating class. o Paschal Swim Team Co-Captain – Lettered o Fort Worth ISD All – State Swimmer o Texas Tech Freshman Swimmer – Freshman Letter o Member of National Dolphin Swimming Fraternity / Texas Tech o Formed Texas Tech Residence Hall Swim Team – Inter-college Scholastic Champions (2 Years) o Member Texas Tech Men’s Residence Hall Committee Member (2 years) o Genealogical Historic Inspiration - relative of American Artist - Sculptor Wheeler Williams who studied sculpture at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, attended Yale where he graduated Magna cum Laude in 1919, later received a Master of Architecture degree from Harvard in 1922 and studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris where he was a recipient of a Gould Medal at the Paris Exposition in 1937. He was a member of the National Academy, past president of the Fine Arts Federation of New York, and longtime president of the National Sculpture Society. Wheeler Williams was also the founder and president of the American Artist Professional League. o Influential and Inspirational - family friend, Angelo di Benedetto, noted modern contemporary American Artist and Sculptor with his studio located in Central City, Colorado. Recognized in Who’s Who In American Art. Other noted Accomplishments o Active Houston Little League Baseball and Gray Y Football League competitor during elementary grade school for 4 years. o Active AAU swim competitor for 12 years in Houston and Fort Worth. o Active AJBC bowling competitor for 4 years in Fort Worth in regular and traveling league play with 210+ average score. o Honorable Discharge from U.S. Armed Forces (Viet Nam Era Veteran) United States Army Military Police Corp. o Active in Cub and Boy Scouts of America – Eagle Scout Rank and participant in the Horned Frog Council Troop attending National Boy Scout Jamboree in Colorado in 1960. o Learned discipline, teamwork, how to follow instructions and hard work. Ambitious, outgoing, reliable and have solid work ethic. Mentor Contributor TeamWorks Player