Excerpt from bnim project
Located 2 miles north of downtown San Diego within the Hillcrest neighborhood, the Park Boulevard project provides 58 dwelling units within an 8-story building with 2 levels of underground parking. The unit plans are a mix of 1 and 2 bedroom units with upper level units designed as double height spaces with mezzanines. Retail space is located on the ground level, and parking levels include car lifts to maximize parking provided while limiting the construction area. The design takes advantage of San Diego’s climate by expanding the living space to the outdoors for a seamless indoor/outdoor living experience. Building amenities include a fitness terrace, resident roof deck to enjoy views of downtown, and a green roof.
Design: I was heavily engaged in the design process from the initial concept to the final construction detailing and documentation. I was responsible for the design during the regulatory review, cost evaluation, and eventually construction.
Documentation: I led a team to compile a series of documents ranging from construction drawings to client presentations. These drawings are not limited to the following: permit set, bid documents, final construction documents including specifications and cost-estimation. Coordination: I was responsible for all communication between consultants including Structural, Civil, M.E.P, and Landscape through all phases of the design. Client: Along with the project principle, I was engaged in all client communication as it related to project design, cost, and scheduling. I managed project schedules, delivery dates, and deliverables.