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March 7th, 2010

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100307 Resume

  1. 1. March 7, 2010 Randy Maxwell RA LEED BD+C 20 Collier Road Atlanta, GA 30309 E-mail: To whom it might concern: My twenty five years of experience include a diverse and well-rounded portfolio with strong capabilities in design, design leadership and project management as well as technical expertise. Under my design leadership, my portfolio includes award-winning designs such as the 212 million-dollar Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, (see virtual tour), Precision Components International, Inc. Manufacturing Facility and Campus Master plan, as well as the 60 million-dollar Winship Cancer Institute at Emory University. My current focus is in healthcare facility design. Over the past 10 years, I have designed and managed the design process of 6 major healthcare facilities, 5 of which have been built and are in successful operation. These major built facilities are Winship Cancer Institute (Emory University), Shepherd Spinal Center (Atlanta, Georgia), Northside Hospital (Forsyth County, Georgia), Halifax Medical Center (Daytona Beach, Florida) and Gwinnett Medical Center (Lawrenceville, Georgia). Piedmont Newnan Hospital (Newnan, Georgia) will be under construction shortly and will be the first certified LEED hospital in the southeast US once it is completed. My current position at Perkins+Will is a senior project designer / senior associate backed with experience in facilities master planning, architectural design and planning in healthcare and corporate / commercial / civic market sectors. Project portfolio includes major facilities which have received regional and national awards. Expertise as a “design manager” brings a comprehensive and a "design focus" quality approach throughout the project process. Current responsibilities are to generate design concepts and objectives, facilitate visualization, imaging generation and communication, and manage design objectives and quality control throughout entire project phase. Expertise in 3D visualizations and work includes gestural as well as photorealistic imaging. Design expertise also includes focus on sustainability in design and ways to make buildings smarter and more responsive to inhabitants as well as the environment. My skills as a “design manager” are based on the value of a strong design process, rapid concept and image development and team building. Integrating my knowledge of the design process with an expertise of computer modeling and the speed and flexibility of freehand sketching overlays, efficiently enhances design production from conception through documentation. My approach to presentation is diverse and efficient ranging from the more traditional direct media presentation to the use of the latest in multi-media software such as Sketchup, Layout, Microsoft PowerPoint, Adobe Photoshop. I have been involved in successful front-end marketing efforts such as project interviews as well as proposal packaging and have been instrumental key player in successful project wins such as the Shepherd Spinal Center and Woodward Academy Humanities Building. Thank you for your interest in my credentials. I look forward to continued new design challenges in my architectural career as well as contributing to the science and advancement of 3D visualization. Sincerely yours, Randy Maxwell RA
  2. 2. RANDY MAXWELL 20 Collier Road , Unit 18 Atlanta, Georgia 30306 C (404) 427-7756 Registered Architect: GA 7704 LEED AP with Specialty: BD+C Approximate years of experience: 25 years Total Design and Built influenced Square Footage Approximately 6.2 Million Total Design and Built influenced Construction Cost: Approximately 825 Million Total Design and Proposed Square Footage Approximately 6.5 Million PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE PERKINS+WILL Position/Tenure: Senior Designer, Senior Associate Atlanta, Georgia May, 2005 - Present Project Exposure: St Joseph East Joseph Outpatient Facility Lake Oconee, Georgia Paidea “Mother Goose” Restoration Atlanta, Georgia Latter Day Saints Temple Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Cobb Wellstar Lobby Expansion Atlanta, Georgia Columbus Regional Lobby and ER Expansion Columbus, Georgia Piedmont Newnan Patient Tower and ED Newnan, Georgia Piedmont Physician’s Building Newnan, Georgia Gwinnet Medical Patient Tower and Lobby Lawrenceville, Georgia Gwinnett Medical Center Open Heart Lawrenceville, Georgia Gwinnet Physician’s Building Lawrenceville, Georgia Halifax Medical Center Patient Tower and ED Daytona Beach, Florida CDC 106 Building Atlanta, Georgia Agnes Scott Alumnus House Expansion and Renovation Decatur, Georgia Proposals: St Joseph Savannah Exterior Reskin Proposal Savannah, Georgia Mecca (Makkah) Great Mosque Expansion Proposal Mecca, Saudi Arabia Metro College Science Facility Atlanta, Georgia HEERY INTERNATIONAL, INC Position/Tenure: Senior Designer, Associate Atlanta, Georgia October, 2002 - April 2005 Project Exposure: Clemson West End Stadium Expansion Clemson, South Carolina University Of Georgia Women’s Softball Stadium Athens, Georgia Shepherd Spinal Center Expansion Atlanta, Georgia Forsyth Hospital Expansion Cummings, Georgia Proposals: Emory School of Medicine Atlanta, Georgia Habersham Hospital Master Plan Habersham, Georgia Athens Regional Hospital Athens, Georgia STANLEY BEAMAN SEARS ARCHITECTURE Position/Tenure: Design Manager Atlanta, Georgia August 2000 – October, 2002 Project Exposure: Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital St. Louis, Missouri Winship Cancer Institute / Emory University Atlanta, Georgia LEO A DALY COMPANY Position/Tenure: Lead Designer / Project Manager / Project Designer Atlanta, Georgia September 1998 – August 2000 Project Exposure: Food Processing Technology Building / GA Tech Atlanta, Georgia Georgia Bureau of Investigation Headquarters Atlanta, Georgia Laboratory and Morgue Jackson County Court Administration/Court Facility Jefferson, Georgia Precision Component International, Inc Business Unit Phase I and Master Plan Columbus, Georgia Royal Oaks Headquarters Pavilion Atlanta, Georgia Proposals: Blades Technologies Inc., North American Headquarters and Master Plan Rocky Hill, Connecticut Awards: 2000 Design Merit Award for Building Team of the Year, Business Design and Construction Magazine, Industrial Category “Business Unit Phase I Precision Components International” Publications: 2000 June Issue, Building Design and Construction COOPER CARRY Position/Tenure: Project Architect / Project Designer Atlanta, Georgia April, 1996 – August, 1998 Project Exposure: Cool Springs Office Phase I Nashville, Tennessee Cool Springs Office Phase II Nashville, Tennessee Proposals: Church Street Condominium High Rise Nashville, Tennessee Peachtree Street Residences High Rise Atlanta, Georgia River Place Residences High Rise San Antonio, Texas Hillsborough Place Tampa, Florida
  3. 3. NICHOLS CARTER GRANT ARCHITECTS Position/Tenure: Associate, Project Architect / Designer / Manager Atlanta, Georgia April, 1994 – February, 1996 Project Exposure: Westwinds Condominiums High Rise Sandestin, Florida International Zone Design, 1996 Paralympics Atlanta, Georgia THOMPSON, VENTULETT, STAINBACK & ASSOCIATES Position/Tenure: Associate, Project Architect / Project Designer Atlanta, Georgia October 1988 – March, 1994 Project Exposure: Pennsylvania Convention Center Exhibit Facility Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Convention Center Train Shed Reuse Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S. Army Chaplain Center and School Fort Jackson, South Carolina Georgia International Olympic Plaza, International Atlanta, Georgia Boulevard Viaduct Redesign Proposals: Cleveland Convention Center Design Proposal Cleveland, Ohio Dallas Convention Center Design Proposal Dallas, Texas Awards: 2000 American Institute of Architects Award for Urban Design “Pennsylvania Convention Center” 1994 Georgia American Institute of Architects “Pennsylvania Convention Center Exhibit Facility” 1994 Georgia American Institute of Architects Sustainable Architecture Category “Pennsylvania Convention Center Train Shed Reuse” ROBERT T. JACKSON ARCHITECTS Position / Tenure: Project Designer / November 1984 - March 1986 Austin, Texas Project Exposure: Schlumberger Austin Product Center Austin, Texas San Gabriel Condominiums Austin, Texas Robert Jackson Residence Austin, Texas Brookhollow Retirement Housing Village San Antonio, Texas BRENDLER / DOVE & ASSOCIATES Position / Tenure: Project Designer / May 1983 - May 1984 San Antonio, Texas Project Exposure: Whisper Hollow Apartments San Antonio, Texas Roanoke Condominiums San Antonio, Texas SKIDMORE, OWINGS & MERRILL Position / Tenure: Designer / January 1981- August 1981 Houston, Texas Project Exposure: San Felipe Plaza Houston, Texas Bank of Southwest Competition Houston, Texas Allied Bank Plaza Houston, Texas COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT ST. LUKE’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH NEW MINISTRIES BUILDING COMMITTEE Atlanta, Georgia Contribution: Programming / Programming and Pre-Design Concepts and Design Manual DEN LEADER Cub Scouts Wolves, Bears / Pack 551 Atlanta, Georgia RELATED EXPERIENCE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS Austin, Texas Position/Tenure: Assistant Instructor/ Fall 1986 - Spring 1987 Courses: 1st Year Architectural Design, 1st Year Visual Communications HISTORIC AMERICAN BUILDING SURVEY Austin, Texas Position/Tenure: Recorder, Measurer / Summer 1986 ACADEMIC MASTER'S OF ARCHITECTURE, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS 1987 Austin, Texas Programs: Charles Moore Studio, Post Professional Degree Program Workshops in Ornamentation, Color, Mnemonics, (Urban Design Focus) -Oxford Study Abroad Program Oxford, England Studies in Architecture, Landscape and Urban Design Design Thesis: Towards the Making of Place: Oxford Arts Institute A Design Analysis and Appreciation into Place-Making Advisors: Dr. Charles Moore, FAIA, Simon Atkinson, Lance Tatum Honors: 3.8 GPA, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society BACHELOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY 1983 College Station, Texas Honors: 3.5 GPA, Tau Sigma Delta, National Dean's List REFERENCES: Available upon request.