Architect & Life Safety Code Consultant

Name : Brent Gollihugh
Industry Type : Architects
City & State : Lubbock,Texas
Job Title Architect & Life Safety Code Consultant
Relocation Preferences : United States
Objective : Architect, Construction Project Management, Inspections, Facilities and Physical Plant Management, Life Safety
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EDUCATIONPROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION

Texas Tech UniversityArchitectural License: State
Bachelor of Architecture, 1978T.B.A.E. (Texas) #10913
Design Option

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

American Institute of Architects, A.I.A. (past member)
Texas Society of Architects, T.S.A. (past member)
A.I.A. Lubbock Chapter (past member)
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, N.C.A.R.B. #32908 (past member and certification)

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Position:Principal Architect6/08 to PresentBrent L. Gollihugh, Architect & Planner
Self-EmployedLife Safety Code Consultant

Job Description: Architectural practice owner. Client consultation and negotiations, project management, administration, design, production, consultant management and coordination, specifications, bidding negotiations, contract administration, construction observation and project close-out. Healthcare, personal care, board and care, multi-family, commercial, retail, educational, civic, religious and institutional architecture. Life Safety inspections (during construction, after completion, and mock state surveys), consultations, and recommendations.



Position:Architect7/00 to 6/08Department of Aging & Disability Services
Life Safety Code SurveyorLong Term Care Regulatory
State of Texas

Job Description: Initial inspections and surveying of state licensed and federally certified long term care facilities. These include nursing home, assisted living, adult day care and intermediate care facilities for persons with mental retardation or a related condition (state schools and community homes). Extensive federal and state training, research, surveying (inspections), and enforcement of the Life Safety Code and state standards for each facility type. Life Safety Code occupancy types include healthcare (hospitals, nursing homes, large Type B assisted living, State Schools), board and care (group homes and assisted living), and day care (adult), education and assembly.



Position:Principal Architect6/94 to 7/00Brent L. Gollihugh, AIA, NCARB
Self-EmployedArchitect & Planner

Job Description: Architectural practice owner. Client consultation and negotiations, project management, administration, design, production, consultant management and coordination, specifications, bidding negotiations, contract administration, construction observation and project close-out.





Position:Staff Architect10/86 to 6/94Sunwest Construction, Inc.
Manager of Design & Production (Full Time)

Job Description: Architectural Project Management and Administration, CADD and PC Network Manager. Responsible for employee supervision to design buildings and produce construction documents for primarily retail clients. Projects ranged from interior finish-outs to big box stores. Primary clients were developers establishing store and/or restaurant locations in Texas and 15 other states. Big box retail stores included Kmart, Western Auto, Builders Square, PetsMart, and Kroger Supermarket. Restaurants included Panchos Mexican Buffet, Sirloin Stockade, Sizzler Restaurant, and K-Bobs Steakhouse. I assisted clients in site selection and property research / feasibility studies (environmental site assessments, geotechnical investigations / analysis, property surveys, topographical surveys, traffic analysis, frontage and right-of-ways, zoning classifications and requirements, parking / landscaping requirements, utility easements and availability). Also, my responsibility was to coordinate projects with consulting engineers (mechanical, plumbing, electrical, structural, and civil) and owners fixtures and equipment suppliers.



Position:Staff Architect5/86 to 10/86Sunwest Construction, Inc.
(Part Time)

Job Description: Employed with specific responsibility of setting up an architectural Design and Production Department to function within the construction company, yet, with the ability to perform services for other clients. Additionally, I was responsible for purchasing CADD hardware and software to establish an efficient production staff.




Position:Intern Architect/8/80 to 10/86Whitaker McQueen Jones and Associates
Project Architect

Job Description: CADD operator, draftsman, Job Captain, and Project Architect.



Position:Intern Architect6/80 to 8/80BGR Architects + Engineers

Job Description: Draftsman



Position:Intern Architect6/79 to 6/80Maeker & Stephens
Architect & Engineer
Job Description: Draftsman



Position:Intern Architect10/78 to 6/79Whitaker & Hall
Architects & Engineers
Job Description: Draftsman
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