Stan Shipley Resume, Projects 11mr18


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Stan Shipley Resume, Projects 11mr18

  1. 1. L. STANTON SHIPLEY, AIA, LEEDapo.323.653.6595 | | Architect ▪ Senior Project Manager ▪ Construction & Design ManagementPROFILESenior Project Manager and Architect licensed in California & Georgia, specializing in the project delivery anddesign construction documentation process for high-end, fast-track, complex projects in cost-consciousenvironments. Expertise in institutional and hospitality projects, including civic/educational and restaurants/hotelsprojects worth over $500,000,000. Over 20 years of providing leadership and problem solving. Strongorganizational abilities, superior communication and operational skills to collaboratively manage large teams ofemployees, consultants, stakeholders, and agencies for multiple projects simultaneously, for on-time delivery.KEY ACHIEVEMENTSDesign and Technical Expertise Processed reviews and secured public agency approvals for public and private projects with special regulatory sensitivities, including Division of the State Architect, Los Angeles County, Cities of Los Angeles, Atlanta, North Miami, Pompano Beach, Austin; and coordinated entitlement reviews through the California Coastal Commission, Florida Intra-coastal review and other agencies. Negotiated and implemented restart and secured approvals for rehabilitation and completion of LAUSD’s Belmont project (aka Roybal Learning Center). Generated planning and development studies for variety of uses, including for airport/industrial complex of 3 million sf, $12M hotel/entertainment complex, and $5M in restaurant/entertainment complexes. New construction/renovation projects have included $6M, 80,000 sf hotel/entertainment complexes, two $17M police stations, $60M and $150M high schools and an $11M elementary school. Supervised preparation, assembly and technical review of comprehensive document sets including drawings and specifications prepared by in-house teams of up to 20 staff and up to 15 direct and indirect consultants. Coordinated consultant teams, managed communication among team members, including Civil, Structural, MEP, Lighting, Landscape, and Fire as well as specialty consultants for Data and Communications, Acoustics, Audio Visual, Sustainability, Specialty Lighting, Theater and Life Safety systems. Performed quality assurance and quality control reviews of projects by other teams. Negotiated cost containment strategies among design team, Owner’s representatives, and various estimators, costing services, and contractors.Construction Administration and Management Supervised on-site construction observation, and on-site teams of up to 6 staff. Resolved conflicts and reviewed solutions of contractors and staff for compliance related to on-site issues, unforeseen conditions and changes, including negotiation with code officials where applicable. Represented clients in negotiation of fire-safing issues related to seismic code changes, between LAUSD and DSA, issues were identified as systemic for large projects.Business Operations and Development Responsible as principal for production and technical standards; implemented training seminars and mentored interns and young architects on documentation and procedures. Developed staffing plans for proposed and current projects. Undertook comprehensive reviews and analysis of project records (in one case over eight years and three accounting systems) to generate comparative, phase by phase, project information based on project characteristics (construction cost, project size, fee), deliverables (construction set, design/planning packages), and labor variables (utilization, normalized average rates, hours/drawing sheet). Utilized comparative project reviews and comprehensive information over ranges of related projects to envision and develop program, rather than project based document packages in order to maximize knowledge retention, re-utilization of information, and team efficiency. Developed staffing plans for proposed and current projects. Interviewed, evaluated and recommended staff for hiring, promotions, and compensation adjustments.
  2. 2. L. STANTON SHIPLEY, AIA, LEEDapo.323.653.6595 | | Architect ▪ Senior Project Manager ▪ Construction & Design ManagementEXPERIENCEVestec Designs, Inc. 2010-11 President, Independent Consulting Hospitality and public sector projects, including development with mechanical engineers for environmental upgrades in public and private institutional clients.Independent Consultant, 2009-Present Project consulting including hospitality and public sector site investigations and preliminary services.Nadel Inc.-Nadel Commercial & Residential Architects, West Los Angeles, California Senior Associate, Senior Project Manager, 2006-09 Project and team manager for design, documentation and intended construction of large scale housing and related urban projects, budgets range from $100-150M.WWCOT Architecture and Interior Design, Santa Monica, California Principal, Project Director, 2000-06 Directly managed urban/institutional projects including LAUSD high schools and elementary schools and LAPD police stations, from marketing proposals through construction. Construction budgets ranged from $20M-160M. Originated comparisons and comprehensive program information for range of related projects for technical backup information for marketing proposals. Developed document packages on program basis to maximize re-utilization.Culpepper, McAuliffe and Meaders, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia Senior Project Manager, 1996-00 Prepared and oversaw construction documents for urban hotel and related club projects from marketing presentation through construction. Generated preliminary designs and space layouts to be fit out by interiors. Construction budgets ranged from $50K-4.5M.Seiber Design, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, (formerly J. Edward Seiber Architects, Inc.) Principal, Vice President, 1992-96 Managed restaurant/hotel projects, including design from conception through construction and opening. Coordinated practice, standards and staff development. Developed historic projects database used for marketing, project management and internal cost containment.PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS Registered Architect: California (C-29379),Georgia (RA-006343); NCARB Certified (38,773), LEEDap Masters of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia Bachelor of Arts in Applied Mechanics and Engineering Science, Muir College, UC San Diego California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CaliforniaPROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Institute of Architects, Los Angeles Chapter US Green Building Council, LEED Accredited Professional
  3. 3. L. STANTON SHIPLEY, AIA, LEEDapo.323.653.6595 | | Architect ▪ Senior Project Manager ▪ Construction & Design Management Selected Project ListEden San Diego - San Diego, CaliforniaDesign Architect $500,000 renovation of existing club space including 8,000 sf club, 4,000 sf courtyard, 4,000 sf dining room, 4,000 sf dining & catering kitchen, 1,000 sf bistro. Restaurant opened October 2010, Club facilities opened January 2011.Del Rey Shores Apartments - Marina del Rey, CaliforniaProject Manager/Project Architect for Construction Documents Nadel Residential Architects - 544 unit low rise residential complex, including affordable rent units; redeveloped on the site of existing 200 unit complex opened in 1962. Documentation revised 2010 to for HUD finance guarantees, construction started January 2011, opening June 2013Nadel International ProjectsProject Management and support for international projects including Jordan and Libya Proposals, contract review, financial reporting and administration, including the Galleria at Swefieh – Amman, Jordan, under construction, opening December 2011. Amman Airport Road Mall/Office/ Residential Development.Wilshire La Jolla Residential Tower - Los Angeles, CaliforniaProject Manager/Project Architect for Construction Documents 120 unit residential tower, with commercial retail base and residential amenities including pool, recreation decks and club spaces. Originally scheduled to open September 2011, delayed to December 2013.LAUSD/ Central Los Angeles High School No. 11 (Roybal Learning Center, formerly Belmont LearningCenter) Los Angeles, CaliforniaProject Manager $150M, 220,000 sf rehabilitated existing space, 110,000 sf new construction, plus athletic courts and fields serving 3100 students on redeveloped urban site. Includes conceptual studies through construction. Existing facilities rehabilitated include three story classroom building (six academies) and gymnasium/locker areas over structured parking. New facilities include academy/administration and library/multi-purpose auditorium/food service building. Opened September 2008.LAUSD/ East Valley New High School No. 3 - Panorama City, Los Angeles, CaliforniaProject Manager $60M, 270,000 sf programmed area; facilities include four story classrooms/library/administration buildings, 1200 seat auditorium, two story athletic/food service building and athletic/parking facility serving 2100 students on redeveloped urban/industrial site for the Los Angeles Unified School District. Opened September 2005.LAUSD/South Gate New Elementary School No. 6 - South Gate, CaliforniaProject Manager for Design and Construction $11M, 55,000 sf. New school facility serving 500 students on redeveloped urban commercial site. Campus includes 28 classrooms, administration, and library over parking, separate multi-purpose building and play fields. Included DSA review and approvals. Opened January 2005.
  4. 4. L. STANTON SHIPLEY, AIA, LEEDapo.323.653.6595 | | Architect ▪ Senior Project Manager ▪ Construction & Design ManagementLAUSD/East Valley Continuation High School No. 1 - Panorama City, CaliforniaProject Manager for Design and Construction $2.2M, 20,000 sf, opened January 2005 in conjunction with adjacent high school. Campus includes 6 classrooms, library and outdoor courts. Included DSA review and approvals.Hyatt West Hollywood, West Hollywood, California: Public Area RenovationProject Manager/ Project Architect $6M of total work, $4M architecture; 60,000 sf, completed January 2000. Work included reconfiguration of basement service areas; gut and re-load of ground floor public areas; renovation of ground through third floor facades, canopies and streetscape; and demolition/reconstruction of rooftop social spaces. FF&E included.Grand Hyatt San Francisco - San Francisco, California: Restaurant and Club RenovationProject Manager/ Project Architect $2M, 12,000 sf completed March 1998. Included relocation of hotel restaurant from Union Square mezzanine to 36th floor penthouse. Renovation also included adjacent function spaces and relocation of the hotel’s club lounge and business center.Houston’s Restaurants - Marietta, GA; Pompano Beach, FL; North Miami Beach, FLProject Manager/ Project Architect $1.5M, 8,000 sf on 1.5 to 5 acres per site, formerly unbuildable sites adjacent to burgeoning commercial areas were developed as prominent local presences to maximize.PUBLISHED WRITINGDelta Air Lines Technical Operations Center Master Plan. Rosser/Fabrap, May 1989 Project Architect responsible for investigation of existing site conditions; development and comparative analysis of alternate schematic proposals; development of presentations; and writing of final report.Progress and the Architecture of International Expositions, College of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology. Masters Thesis, December 1983Peachtree Walk Park: A Proposal to the City of Atlanta. Central Atlanta Progress, Inc., May 1983 Project research, sitework, and design of park masterplan, implemented for Atlanta Olympics, 1986.Assessment of 504 Compliance in Twenty DHR Facilities. Center for Rehabilitation Technology, Georgia Institute of Technology, February 1983. Project coordinator for site surveys and evaluations, development of flexible strategies for achieving program accessibility in compliance with regulations, writing final report.