Comprehensive background in all aspects of architectural practice, including design, production, and contract administration, with emphasis on the careful management of Client/Architect/Contractor relationships from project inception to completion, always with the objective of insuring a successful project outcome.
January 1991 to present:
Howard Prince, Architect
2968 Ewell Place Wantagh, New York 11793
Conventional professional practice providing a full and complete range of architectural services, from schematic design through construction contract administration, to project closeout, for a wide variety of commercial and residential projects including, but not limited to banks, offices, retail, commercial, and both high end and mid level residential projects, as well as consulting services for designers and building owners
January 1990 to January 1991:
Roy Rosenbaum P.C. Architect
80-30 164th St. Jamaica, N.Y. 11362
Responsibilities included preparation and coordination of preliminary presentations and construction documents (with formal specifications) for a wide variety of commercial projects including shopping centers, department stores, variety stores, and small industrial buildings.
June 1989 to January 1990:
Wax Bryman Ferraro Associates
144 Grove Ave. Cedarhurst, N.Y. 11516
Responsibilities included meeting with clients, engineers, and contractors, preparation and coordination of construction documents for a wide variety of commercial projects:
August 1988 to June 1989:
N.Y.C. Parks and Recreation Architectural Design Division
Olmsted Center, Flushing Meadow, N.Y. 11369
Project Manager /Capital Projects
Responsibilities included preparation of work scopes and construction budgets, coordination and review of consulting architect's plans and specifications for conformance to current department standards for accuracy, completeness and code compliance, consultant performance review and payment request approval, and final submission of contracts to Mayor's office for issuance to bid for buildings under the jurisdiction of the Parks Department to be built or renovated with capital funds.
April 1983 to August 1988:
Howard R. Goldin Associates P.C. Architects
136 East 30th St. New York, N.Y. 10016
Office Manager/Project Manager
Responsibilities included initial and ongoing client contact, preparation of Owner/Architect agreement, building code / zoning analysis, preliminary design, supervision of draftspersons preparing construction drawings and specifications, coordination of all engineering disciplines with construction documents, conduct bid distribution, procedures, and review with client, field inspection, review and approval of contractor's payment requests to owner, project close-out, scheduling and distribution of office work load for a staff of six technical persons.
November 1982 to April 1983:
Thomas F. Cusanelli, Architect
53-18 83rd St. Elmhurst, N.Y.
Responsibilities included preparation of construction drawings for small and mid-sized residential projects and building department plans for legalizations.
Howard Prince, Architect
2968 Ewell Place, Wantagh NY 11793 Tel: 516 785 5559 Fax: 516 785 0569