JEFFREY J. PERSKY
Seasoned professional with strong planning, construction documentation and cad/drafting skills in all phases of the AEC and Facilities Management processes.
Extensive experience in architectural design & documentation, space planning/surveys, facilities engineering and the coordination of all construction documents with interoffice personnel, outside consultants as well as client and vendor contact from project inception through contract administration.
Team player with excellent project management and communication skills. Ability to meet and maintain project time frames.
Excellent knowledge of cad programs, facilities management software, construction documentation, estimating, and move management. Additional knowledge of lighting design and millwork/cabinetry design.
Personal Skills: Excellent problem solver - Creative and innovative in design approach. Superior programming and interpersonal skills.
Computer Skills: General CAD, CAFM, Graphics, Word Processing, and Database. Systems/Languages - IBM-PC and Apple Macintosh / MS-Windows XP, Vista Apple OS10. Programs: ArchiCAD, AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architectural Desktop, Revit Architecture, Softdesk Auto-Architect, Archibus, Aperture FM, VisionFM, CorelDRAW, Adobe Illustrator, Google Sketchup and Microsoft Office Professional (Word, Excel, Access & Powerpoint). Hardware: PCs, Plotters/Printers, Scanners, Network and Wireless Devices, Translation Media and Storage Devices.
Paier College of Art & Design
Major: Interior/Architectural Design
Overall GPA: 3.50 on 4.0 Scale
Rank in top 5% of class
Midlin Institute & OrthoCad
Certification in AutoCAD & AutoArchitect for Level 1 & 2
Department of Veterans Affairs
Certificaton in Aperature & Vision FM Facility Management Systems/Programs
ArchiDRAFT - West Haven, CT 04/99 Present
Provider of CAD, Space Planning and Facilities Management services to various business organizations and architectural firms. Services include standards implementation, Tenant Fit-up, 2-D drafting, 3-D modeling, space analysis and utilization studies, as well as tenant fit-up and space planning / interior design services. Project sizes range from 1,000 S.F. to 500,000 S.F. Most recent large-scale project/client is a 350,000 S.F. Senior Citizens Center in New Haven, Connecticut that includes construction documentation and interior design services.
Dept. of Veterans Affairs VA Medical Center West Haven, CT 09/93 04/99
Engineering Technician / CAD Manager
Responsible for space planning, construction documentation and construction project management (COTR) of all in-house projects for a 36 building campus (Appox. 1.5 million sq. ft.). Instrumental in creating CAD layering standards as well as CAFM facility standards, and specifying a networked engineering computing environment including IT system support. Also responsible for implementing and coordinating a standardized computer aided facility management (CAFM) program which included a facility maintenance program and engineering data analysis pertaining to facility as-built drawings. Additional responsibilities included ownership for all virtual (electronic) and physical (hard copy) files/libraries; document control management system (specification, implementation and access/control), as well as drawing and layering standards/implementation and project cost analysis/estimates. VA Connecticut representative for the National VA CAD & CAFM standards program.
SHELTON COMMUNITY CENTER Shelton, CT DeCarlo & Doll, Inc. Architects-Engineers
This project, with a total cost of $5.5 million dollars, combined new construction and renovation of an existing school facility. I was personally accountable for interior/architectural design and detailing, construction documentation, and project coordination/management with in-house structural, mechanical, and electrical design team members as well as outside vendors.
Other responsibilities included interior finish specifications, interior architectural detailing, and interior lighting design applicable to: a day care center, aerobic/fitness center, auditorium, natatorium, as well as general office space. The project also consisted of a design that linked the existing main lobby to a new natatorium building.
Furnished upon request