Bid for Proposal on CSI Division 05700 Decorative Metal, Brass

Starbucks Roastery Build Out: Bid for Proposal: Independent Contractor with Toledo Twisted Iron, Industrial Designer in Toledo, Ohio
Chicago, IL January – March 2019

Comprehensive research on all items to bid pertaining to CSI Division 05700 on Decorative Metal, specifically Brass. Materials to be bidded included, brass wall bases, steel shelving tubes with brass finish, afterburner flue brass cladding, brass inlay material for floors, corner guards, and facia panels, etc.

Following the bid list of items, a 4-page 11×17 comprehensive spreadsheet was developed. All measurements, details, and data were extrapolated into categories identifying length, width, circumference, height, perimeter, and specifications of each item using calculations, CAD drafting, architect scale, and cross referencing via detail sheets in the drawing set.

Residential Design Development, Construction Document, Bid Submittals to General Contractors

Studio Spicuzza: Architectural Design Independent Contractor,
Merchandise Mart, Chicago

Residential high rise, 5 W. Wabash Elevator Lobby Corridors – Typical

Wine Bar/Restaurant, River North Wine Bar/Bistro Restaurant

Residential 68 story, North & South Towers, Gold Coast 1212 N Lakeshore

Residential 2.5 story brownstone, Lincoln Park West George Residence

Residential high rise, Gold Coast 1000 Plaza, Gold Coast Residences *3 units

Residential 1 story flat, Lincoln Park Commonwealth on the Park Residence 

Residential Schematic/ Design Development/ Construction Docs; Joint Venture with Chicago Public Schools

Architectural Project Team Designer and Manager , Chicago
Davenport House, Oak Park, IL
Frank Lloyd Wright, Original Architect

Lloyd Lewis House, Libertyville, IL
Frank Lloyd Wright, Original Architect

Corliss High School, Chicago, IL
Joint Venture with Chicago Public Schools and Smith & Smith Associates

Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center Proposal
Helped organize team coordination and all letters to be sent to public hearing meetings on vetoing potential plans in altering the historical site with additional new designs. The efforts and nationwide support on vetoing the proposal was deemed successful.