T.J. Thompson

 

EDUCATION:

• Master of Science –Climate Change & Sustainable November 2015

Development Demontfort University, Leicester, UK

• Bachelor of Environmental Design Studies (B.E.D.S.) Sept 1995-July 1997 Dalhousie University Polytechnic Halifax, Nova Scotia (Formerly Technical University of Nova Scotia - T.U.N.S.) CANADA

• 1 year Of Bachelor of Arts degree Sept 1994-Apr 1995 (Pre-requisite year for T.U.N.S.) Halifax, Nova Scotia, Mount Saint Vincent University CANADA

• Associate of Arts: Construction Technology Jan 1993 – Apr 1994

The College of the Bahamas Nassau, N.P., BAHAMAS

• Associate of Arts: Architectural Technology Sept 1991 – Dec 1993

The College of the Bahamas Nassau, N.P., BAHAMAS

• High School Diploma Sept 1986 – June 1991 Queen’s College High School (7 GCE’s)

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QUALIFICATIONS

•Featured in Real Life Magazine –Architect Profile - Fall 2009 (Vol. 3 – 4)

• Architectural Consultant/ Feature Writer – Insitu Arch Magazine – Caribbean Architecture Publication (since Oct 2008- July 2012)

• Certified International Project Manager (C.I.P.M.) – Lignum Technologies, Nassau Bahamas (2008)

• Coordinated the participation of the Institute of Bahamian Architects in the Bahamas Builders’ Show, Nassau, Bahamas (2007, 2008)

• Public Relations Committee for the coordination of Architects Week, Nassau, Bahamas (2007)

• T. Albert Sands Award – Cotton Bay Young Architects Design Competition – Best Design by a Bahamian Architect (2007)

• Professional Architectural License - #107 Nassau, Bahamas (2005)

• Attended numerous architectural, construction and computer conference in the U.S. for personal development (Sept 1997 – Jan 2002)

• Presented at Career’s Day for Queen’s College and College of the Bahamas (2011)

 

EXPERIENCE:

Consultant Architect/ Project Manager June 2010-Present

• Coordination of Courses for Veritas Consultants Ltd

• Coordination - Certificate of Occupancy for Atlantis room renovations (Project of Michael Diggiss & Assoc.)

• Coordination and documentation of client, contractor, staff, consultant and product manufacturer meetings

• Record, organize and disseminate meeting minutes to all necessary parties.

• Coordination of as built surveys for clients

• Review drawings for compliance to Architectural Code (Tuscan Shores Development)

• Construction Management punch lists completion

• Tracking action items for contractor, construction management team and lead consultant (PMH CCB)ollege, UWI (Nassau Campus).

• Attending user group committee meetings as representative on the Construction Management Team

• Collation of combined monthly report on project progress

• Tracking revised drawings/ requests for information, submittals, SOI, work permitting forms

• Organizing meetings/ conference calls and disseminating project calendar of project activities

• Organize and track Direct Work with sub contractors for project completion – PMH CCB

• Organize and track the Vendors for the Facilities Management contracts for PMH CCB

• Organizing and tracking action items for Fire Department, Cable Bahamas, BTC, BEC, W&S for infrastructure components for PMH CCB

PMH Project Committees

- Construction Management Team – Conduit for all information between the Client, Contractor, Consultants, Vendors, Government Agencies for the construction completion.

- Communications Committee – Liaise with client to review how Construction activities would affect the client work flow for Critical Care Block

- Opening of Front Entry – Liaise with client to lay out process of client, staff and public interactions

- Advisory Committee – Assist with organizing and tracking outstanding critical items for Contractor, subs, vendors and client team

Construction Design Services Nov 2003 – June 2010

New Providence, Bahamas

Architect, Office Manager

• Producing Design sketches, Construction Documents and Specifications

• Completing site visits and as built surveys

• Organize design charettes (brainstorming sessions) for the company

• Reviewing and analyzing projects for the Home Approval Review Committee (Old Fort Bay and previously Charlotteville)

• Supervise and coordinate students in the company internship program

• Coordination of client, contractor, staff, consultant and product manufacturer meeting

• Design and consultant drawing reviews

• Completing punch lists for construction projects

MonArch Ltd Architects Sept 1997 – May 2002

Nassau, N.P., Bahamas

Intern Architect

• Receptionist

• Prepare working drawings for projects

• Site, client and contractor meetings

• Coordinate client, consultant, staff, contractor meetings, keep minutes of meeting and circulate to all relevant parties

• Producing Design sketches, Construction Documents and Specifications

Robertson Ward Associates Ltd Sept 1996 – Dec 1996

Nassau, N.P., Bahamas

Draughts person

• Receptionist

• Producing working drawings

• Accompanying architects/ project managers to site visits