Mark J. Hulme, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Updated May 2013
Architect - CA License C32413
  • I work to integrate sustainable design strategies and appropriate technology into the architectural projects I design and see through completion. An inveterate technophile, I am an advocate for an open source solution anywhere it makes good business sense.
  • I'm fascinated by the business of architecture and how modern methods of communication, project management, & marketing can be applied in pursuit of architectural excellence.
Timeline

Project Architect

  • Flewelling & Moody
  • Oct 1, 2003 - Current
  • ◦ Managed and staffed teams from initial design & DSA approval through construction administration: modernization & new construction, primarily K-12 educational projects. ◦ Led presentations to clients, community groups, school boards, and interview committees. ◦ Reviewed projects for LEED and CHPS compliance; Coordinated Revit office standards. ◦ Chaired ESOP Committee; Developed corporate intranet/wiki and Quality Assurance tools ◦ Redesigned company website & graphic materials, Prepared RFPs and RFQs

Communications Director; Finance Committee

  • AIA Pasadena & Foothill
  • Jan 1, 2006 - Dec 1, 2007
  • ◦ Coordinated writing & publication of AIApf website and newsletters. ◦ Co-chaired the planning & promotion of regional technology symposium: BIM Revolution. ◦ Served on Finance Committee in 2006 (All work performed on a volunteer basis.)

Project Designer

  • Spencer Hoskins Associates
  • Jun 1, 2002 - Oct 1, 2003
  • ◦ Design & documentation of community college buildings - Performed site feasibility studies, Created 3d project renderings, Presented to various client groups and task forces. ◦ Created company's public-facing website and graphic identity.

Intern Architect / Lighting Designer

  • MCG Architecture
  • May 1, 1998 - Apr 1, 2002
  • ◦ Designed/Documented local &national retail, office, and interiors projects up to 80 acres, including site planning, documents from predesign to CDs, 3D rendering & animation. ◦ Lighting Design - responsible for proposals, design concepts, lighting layout, product specification, photometric calculations, and creation of design guidelines.

Intern Lighting Designer

  • Kaplan Gehring McCarroll Architectural Lighting
  • May 1, 2000 - Aug 1, 2000
  • ◦ Introduced 3D modeling & rendering capabilities ◦ Performed lighting layout/specification ◦ Created presentation boards.

Draftsman

  • Giroux Glass
  • Jan 1, 1995 - Jan 1, 1998
  • ◦ Created detailed shop drawings for our work on the Getty Center Museum interiors ◦ Designed & implemented company website.

Teaching Assistant

  • University of Southern California
  • Aug 1, 1998 - May 1, 2001
  • ◦ Architecture 211 - Materials and Methods of Building Construction ◦ Architecture 215 - Design for the Thermal and Atmospheric Environment ◦ Architecture 315 - Design for the Luminous and Sonic Environment
Quote
Vital Stats
10000
Pages read in 2011
31
Countries Visited
20
Fingers and toes
15
Songs recorded in 2012
1
The loneliest number
0
Motorcycle accidents
Job Duties

Skill Advancement
Skill Proficiency
Percentage
95%
Positive Performance Reviews
100%
Completed projects closed with DSA certification
3%
Library Books overdue
Pastimes
Interests Over Time
Education
Masters of Building Science, Environmental Controls Systems'02
University of Southern California
Architecture - Building Science
BArch'99
University of Southern California
Architecture
Cum Laude

USC Architectural Guild Traveling Fellowship, Finalist
Research Proposal: Pacific Rim Vernacular: Architecture and Traditional Housing
BA Communications'99
University of Southern California
Communications Arts & Sciences
Cum Laude