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         University of Colorado – Denver
         Master of Architecture - July 2008
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MICHAEL McQUILLAN, LEED AP - RESUME

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MARGO JONES ARCHITECTS          DECEMBER 2008- AUGUST 2010




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1 Garden Theater Block
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THE ROUNDHOUSE
THE ROUNDHOUSE
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MARGO JONES ARCHITECTS                 SPRING 2009




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Before   Reroofing   Repainting




     Building Section - Existing
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MARGO JONES ARCHITECTS                 THE ROUNDHOUSE

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ENOLA GAY MUSEUM
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COMPREHENSIVE STUDIO               SUMMER 2007




     PROJECT LOCATION:
     Wendover Air Force Base
     Wendover, UT

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ENOLA GAY MUSEUM




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ELITCH THEATER ADDITION
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ADVANCED STUDIO                    FALL 2007




 PROJECT LOCATION:
 West 38th Ave. and Tennyson St.
 Denver, CO

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Existing Theater




     Ground Floor Plan




                          Sub-Floor Plan

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                        Site and Building Section




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STUDIO IV           SPRING 2007




PROJECT LOCATION:
14th and Larimer Sts.
Denver, CO

PROJECT OVERVIEW:
In Studio IV, we...
Initial Gesture Sketch




     Cinema Floor Plan

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                    East Elevation
Site Studies




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CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM
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CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM
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STUDIO III          FALL 2006




PROJECT LOCATION:
13th and Bannock Sts.
Denver, CO

PROJECT OVERVIEW:
In Studio III, we ...
Physical lighting model




     Site/First Floor Plan                             Second Floor Plan

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CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM




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  1. 1. DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO MICHAEL MCQUILLAN LEED AP DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO DESIGN PORTFOLIO
  2. 2. RESUME Education RESUME RESUME University of Colorado – Denver Master of Architecture - July 2008 RESUME Coursework included architectural design, building materials and systems, historic RESUME preservation, green building, pre-design, professional practice, site planning, structures, and history of construction RESUME • GPA: 3.85 • Historic Preservation Certificate – May 2008 • LEED accreditation – May 2008 University of Massachusetts – Amherst Bachelor of Arts - Studio Art - May 2003 Coursework included art history, graphic design, typography, sculpture, photography, color RESUME theory, composition, and drawing • GPA: 3.88 RESUME • Dean’s List/Cum Laude RESUME RESUME Software Skills RESUME Significant experience in Autodesk AutoCAD, SketchUp 6, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and RESUME InDesign CS3, and Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint. Proficient in Adobe Acrobat and ImageReady. RESUME RESUME Relevant Strengths RESUME RESUME • Well-versed in the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties RESUME • Experienced with both national and state preservation guidelines and organizations RESUME • Superior physical modeling ability with a variety of materials; takes pride in high level of craftsmanship and paramount attention to detail RESUME • Reliable, efficient, and flexible in all aspects of individual or group assignments • Able to apply a practical yet creative outlook to assigned projects RESUME • Demonstrates exceptional organizational and time management skills RESUME RESUME RESUME 2
  3. 3. MICHAEL McQUILLAN, LEED AP - RESUME Work Experience Margo Jones Architects Greenfield, Massachusetts - 11/08 – 08/10 Intern Architect/Preservation Planner CONTACT • Completed construction and permit drawings for various institutional, commercial, and residential projects, including redline revisions • Involved in pre-design, schematic design, design development and construction document phases • Measured, photographically documented, and completed drawing sets of existing MICHAEL Mc QUILLAN conditions for multiple structures, including historic properties 118 JACKSON AVENUE • Led compilation of state ad federal historic rehabilitation tax credit applications for W. GROVE, PENNSYLVANIA 19390 nine buildings over six rounds of submissions, resulting in over twelve million dollars worth of tax credits (617) 448 - 5737 • Participated in design reviews to determine the impact of proposed projects on mmcquillan13@gmail.com buildings and the Greenfield Main St. Historic District • Managed cross-functional relationships throughout tax credit application process; liaison among owners, architects, planners & developers • Researched and analyzed the history and construction of multiple buildings, extracting both historical and architectural significance REFERENCES • Completed Massachusetts Preservation Projects Fund and Greenfield Facade Improvement grant applications Margo Jones, AIA Colorado Center for Community Development Principal Architect Denver, Colorado - 04/08 – 07/08 Margo Jones Architects, Inc. Student Intern Greenfield, Massachusetts • Managed projects from conceptual level through design development for the town of Office phone: 413-773-5551 Alma, CO mj@margojones.com • Projects included new wayfinding signage and energy analysis/potential renewable energy strategies • Conducted client meetings and received and analyzed feedback from town council and Douglas Kelleher residents Senior Preservation Consultant • Analyzed current energy usage for all town-owned buildings and compiled report for Epsilon Associates, Inc. Town of Alma showing potential renewable energy strategies and energy cost savings Maynard, Massachusetts • Estimated construction costs for completed designs and worked with providers to Office phone: 978-461-6259 deliver proposals dkelleher@epsilonassociates Judith Bergquist Activities and Interests Associate Director Denver • Member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation Colorado Center for Community Development • Interested in historical construction methods, historic preservation, and Denver, Colorado adaptive reuse Office phone: 303-556-6658 • Enjoys hiking and camping in state and national parks Judith.Bergquist@cudenver.edu • New England/Boston sports, reading Pulitzer Prize winners, and brewing 3
  4. 4. TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 4 6 TABLE OF CONTENTS RESUME TABLE OF CONTENTS UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 4
  5. 5. B & W PHOTOGRAPHY 5 TABLE OF CONTENTS 30 CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM 26 CINEMA ARCHIVE 22 ELITCH THEATER ADDITION 18 ENOLA GAY MUSEUM 14 THE ROUND HOUSE 10
  6. 6. UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT UPPER STORY REDEVELOPMENT 6
  7. 7. MARGO JONES ARCHITECTS DECEMBER 2008- AUGUST 2010 PROJECT LOCATION: MAIN STREET HISTORIC DISTRICT GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS In an unprecedented effort of downtown revitalization, six business owners of nine historic buildings, all within the National Register listed Greenfield Main Street Historic District, banded together to obtain funding, including New Market, state and federal historic rehabilitation tax credits. Margo Jones Architects, consulting with Epsilon Associates, wrote all MHC and NPS tax credit applications and follow-up correspondence with both agencies. MJA was also architect for two projects. These nine buildings have suffered from decades of neglect. The influx of state and federal tax credits will provide the oppor- tunity for new residential and commercial uses, an economic boost which is long overdue. 7
  8. 8. 1 Garden Theater Block Current: Cinema Proposed: Performance/Arts Complex 2 Allen Block 9 Current: Unused 3 Proposed: Commercial/Residential 3 Franklin Savings Bank 8 Current: Gallery/Performance Proposed: Gallery/Performance 2 1 4 Total Massachusetts Historic Rehabilita- tion Tax Credits Awarded: 5 6 ~$5,000,000 Total Historic Preservation Certification Tax Credits Awarded: 7 ~$5,500,000 1 2 3 4 5 6 8
  9. 9. MARGO JONES ARCHITCTS UPPER STORY REDEVELOP- MENT 4 First National Bank & Trust 6 Siano Block 8 George A. Arms Block Current: Unused Current: Office Current: Unused Proposed: Cinema Proposed: Commercial/Office/Res. Proposed: Commercial/Office/Studio 5 Franklin A. Pond Block 7 Abercrombie Building 9 Wilson’s Department Store Current: Unused Current: Unused Current: Department Store Proposed: Commercial/Residential Proposed: Commercial/Residential Proposed: Department Store/Office Proposed Elevator Penthouse Hallway - Plan Proposed Elevator Penthouse Hallway - Elevation South Elevation - Existing PROJECT LOCATION: Wendover Air Force Base Wendover, UT PARTNER: Christina Haas PROJECT OVERVIEW: Comprehensive Studio was an intensive, ten week summer semester course in which teams of two were asked to design a mu- seum and restoration facility that would Proposed New Stair - Section South Elevation - Proposed be capable of holding two B-29 bombers, 7 8 the Enola Gay and the Bockscar. Design 9 challenges included coping with housing the sheer size of the planes, a flat, desolate site adjacent to the salt flats, as well as the incredibly somber subject matter. 9
  10. 10. THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE THE ROUNDHOUSE 10
  11. 11. MARGO JONES ARCHITECTS SPRING 2009 N/S Section I PROJECT LOCATION: 83 WISDON WAY GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS The Roundhouse, a Shaker style round barn built in 1899, sits at the entrance of the Franklin County Fairgrounds. It is a wood framed building with a conical, wood-shingled roof that rises to a round cupola. Over time, significant deteriora- tion had taken its toll on the building, resulting in a historic resource in great need of rehabilitation. Under the direction of the Franklin County Agricultural Society, Margo Jones Architects was hired to document current building conditions and oversee the reha- bilitation. With the help of multiple Mas- sachusetts state grants, the structure was reinforced, and a new wood shingle roof, various portions of siding, new windows, and a new flagpole were installed. Wall Section 11
  12. 12. Before Reroofing Repainting Building Section - Existing 12
  13. 13. MARGO JONES ARCHITECTS THE ROUNDHOUSE After - from gate After - from East After - from South East Elevation - Proposed Work Proposed Work on Cupola West Elevation - Proposed Work Proposed Replacement Windows 13
  14. 14. ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM ENOLA GAY MUSEUM 14
  15. 15. COMPREHENSIVE STUDIO SUMMER 2007 PROJECT LOCATION: Wendover Air Force Base Wendover, UT PARTNER: Christina Haas PROJECT OVERVIEW: Comprehensive Studio was an intensive, ten week summer semester course in which teams of two were asked to design a mu- seum and restoration facility that would be capable of holding two B-29 bombers, the Enola Gay and the Bockscar. Design challenges included coping with housing the sheer size of the planes, a flat, desolate site adjacent to the salt flats, as well as the incredibly somber subject matter. 15
  16. 16. N/S Section I N/S Section II E/W Section I SARNAFIL INSULATED ROOF PANEL ALUMINUM PANEL FRAME SPACE FRAME TRUSS ALUMINUM PURLIN ALUMINUM BAR FASCIA COVER ALUMINUM TRUSS PLATE E/W Section II TRESPA CEILING PANEL ALUMINUM BAR FASCIA COVER 3' X 6' GLASS FIN PANEL STEEL PANEL CLIPS SILICON PANEL SEAM CORROSION RESISTANT FASTENERS ALUMINUM BASE MULLION BASE PLATE FLOOR SLAB ANCHOR BOLT 1 1/2" PREMOLDED JOINT CONCRETE GRADE BEAM CONCRETE KEY CONCRETE FOOTING REINFORCING Wall Section 16
  17. 17. ENOLA GAY MUSEUM                                          Lower Floor Plan 17
  18. 18. ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION ELITCH THEATER ADDITION 18
  19. 19. ADVANCED STUDIO FALL 2007 PROJECT LOCATION: West 38th Ave. and Tennyson St. Denver, CO PROJECT OVERVIEW: In this Advanced Studio, we used an actual, ongoing project in Denver to explore the nature of historic preservation, adaptive re-use and interventions of an important historic building. The client, the Center for American The- ater, asked the class to design alterations to the historic Elitch Theater so that it would meet the requirements of a modern facility while maintaining its integrity as an historic structure that played a significant role in the development of theater not only in Denver, but the entire country. We were also asked to add a school to the existing theater. 19
  20. 20. Existing Theater Ground Floor Plan Sub-Floor Plan 20
  21. 21. ELITCH THEATER ADDITION Site and Building Section North Elevation East Elevation 21
  22. 22. CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE CINEMA ARCHIVE 22
  23. 23. STUDIO IV SPRING 2007 PROJECT LOCATION: 14th and Larimer Sts. Denver, CO PROJECT OVERVIEW: In Studio IV, we were asked to design a cinema/archive. The cinema was to be the point of departure as well as the vehicle for the exploration of the link between build- ing types and the cultural institutions they serve, i.e. the link between form, function, and ideology. How cultural values, beliefs, ideas and ide- als are formed and given architectonic form and what specific role buildings do or can play within the wider cultural context were some of the many issues explored in this studio class. 23
  24. 24. Initial Gesture Sketch Cinema Floor Plan 24
  25. 25. CINEMA ARCHIVE East Elevation Site Studies 25
  26. 26. CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM 26
  27. 27. STUDIO III FALL 2006 PROJECT LOCATION: 13th and Bannock Sts. Denver, CO PROJECT OVERVIEW: In Studio III, we were asked to design a single-artist museum to house the entire works of the Abstract Expressionist painter Clyfford Still. Sited just west of Daniel Libeskind’s Ham- ilton Wing of the Denver Art Museum, part of the challenge was to design a build- ing which would sit directly adjacent to an iconic building. This project also had a very specific program specified by the estate of Clyfford Still, including an educational cen- ter, a library, archives, storage, a conserva- tion laboratory and a variety of public areas. 27
  28. 28. Physical lighting model Site/First Floor Plan Second Floor Plan 28
  29. 29. CLYFFORD STILL MUSEUM Third Floor Plan Wall Section 29
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  31. 31. B & W PHOTOGRAPHY Photography has been a hobby of mine since I took a few classes during high school. Learning on a 35 mm film camera, as well as spending time in the darkroom developing film and printing photographs, really gave me an appreciation for the art of photography. I have since moved into the world of digital photography, but the basic principles remain the same. Photography is all about capturing light and space while framing a subject in a pleasing composition. Movement, scale, foreground/ background and depth are also important aspects of any photographer’s work. In my opinion, photography and architecture share many of the same overarching ideas, and the study of one can certainly pertain to the other, both directly and indirectly. Obtaining an understanding of light and shadow, for example, will help both the photographer and the architect excel in their medium. 31

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