Michael Shuell3315 Ellwood Royal Oak, MI313.505.4339 firstname.lastname@example.org & additional informationObjective Architecture is my passion. I strive to meaningfully contribute to our built environment through the creation of memorable public spaces. I seek an architecture firm which can utilize my talents, attitude, and energy.Education Lawrence Technological University Masters of Architecture, With Distinction, 2011 LEED AP, BD+C 2010 - 2014 University of Detroit Mercy Bachelor of Science in Architecture, 2005Proficiency Autocad Adobe Photoshop Sketchup Revit Adobe Illustrator VRay for Sketchup (rendering) AutoTurn Adobe InDesign Physical Model CreationExperienceEEI Global Tasks include:“Independent Contractor” • Develop original and creative solutions and constructions with minimal Sept. 2012 - Feb. 2013 direction related to a 3,600 sq. ft. retail space within Citi Field, NY. • Produce complete and accurate documents for the construction of projects, including sketches, drawings, material specifications, etc; submit them for approval to the Engineering Manager and Project Manager. • Provide explanations and interpretations to clarify as needed. • Act as project leader within the Engineering department to manage the project / work with other engineering detailers participating in the project. • Amend drawings to include as-built conditions.Parsons Brinckerhoff Tasks include:“Independent Contractor” • Preparation of preliminary architectural working drawings.Oct. 2011 - Present • Basic analyses of design and construction systems, limited design layouts, and construction details. • Research, gather, and record information for use in writing specifications. • Inspection of sites and work under construction and submitting findings to project management. • Coordinate and review tenant drawings and construction schedule.Parsons Brinckerhoff Construction Administration“Architect I” • Responsible for RFI and submittal review.Oct. 2006 - March 2011 • Created and distributed ASI’s, Addendums, and Bulletins. • Estimated change order costs and proposed alternative cost effective design solutions. • Issued and created Punch lists and Notices of Non-Conformance (NCN). • Reviewed Pay Applications (AIA G702/703) and schedule of value reports. with the Site Superintendent.
Parsons Brinckerhoff Architectural Design“Architect I” • Aided in the architectural and lighting design for a 60,000 sq. ft. saw toothOct. 2006 - March 2011 canopy structure to shelter a proposed transit hub. (Syracuse, NY)(continued from previous page) • Developed conceptual design and created presentation documents for a 6,900 sq. ft. transit hub. (Painesville, OH) • Primary support for the conceptual site design and bus safety analysis of a pro- posed transit hub. (Miami, FL) • Aided in site and functional analysis for a proposed 100,000 sq. ft. administra- tion building and attached parking garage. (Detroit, MI) • Assist in the site and schematic design of five separate bus and rail facilities as a part of the proposed Red Rocks Commuter rail system. (St. Paul, MN) • Supported the conceptual site design of several proposed commuter rail and bus transit facilities. Project Management • Assist in the coordination of professional consultants, general contractors, and local utlility companies to successfully design and permit three small transit hubs and improve 180 bus stops along 8 Mile. (Detroit, MI) • Conducted programming interviews to determine user needs for a proposed 100,000 sq. ft. administration building. (Detroit, MI) Office Standards • Sustained office CAD drafting standards. • Developed and maintained construction administration file structure. • Organized architecture material library in CSI format.TMP Associates Construction Documentation and Misc. CAD work“Architecture Intern” • Team member in the production of several school, auditorium, and gymna-Aug. 2004 - Oct. 2006 sium projects. • Produced interior elevation package for MGM Grand Casino, while “on loan” to Smith Group. • Create 3D models and renderings as needed. • Perform site measurements and create “as-built” drawings for renovation projects.Parsons Brinckerhoff Physical Model and Research“Architecture Intern” • Primary responsibility was the creation of a presentation model for clientJune 2004 - Aug. 2004 display. • Produced construction drawings for two smaller buildings, a newspaper stand and an enclosure for an emergency generator. • Extensive product research into cable railing design.