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                                                           RESUME OF:
                                          PETER DICKSON, NCARB, MBA

                                                         EDUCATION:
        MBA from Houston Baptist University: Focus on International business, Business Process Re-
         engineering, and Manufacturing process design.
        Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon.
        Additional Training: Lean Manufacturing & International Building Code at University of Wisconsin
        California General Contractor “B” License, Journeyman Machinist and Journeyman Carpenter,
         with Texas licenses in the Plumbing and Electrical trades

                                                       BACKGROUND:
       NCARB Registered Architect: Active Licenses in, Ohio, Wisconsin, Texas, and Colorado.... Inactive in
        Missouri, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Illinois, Connecticut, and Alabama
       Security Clearances with: FBI, FAA, DOD, USDA, VA, HS, and HISD.
       Computer Literate: MS Office, MS Project, Lotus Smart Suite, Internet, Excel, Lotus 123,
        presentation, simulation, graphics, AutoCAD [14-2005], and statistical programs. CPM, PERT,
        nonlinear and linear decision making skills and value analysis skills.
       Range of Architectural experience: Airport and Transportation, Infrastructure, Health-care, Food
        Processing & Service, Industrial Process, Manufacturing Process, Commercial, Single & Multifamily
        Residential, and Retail for projects that involve both public and private sector clients.
       Breadth of experience: Programming, Business Process Re-engineering, Design, Construction
        Documentation, Specifications, Construction Management, Design Build Construction, Contracting,
        Extensive work in manufacturing and construction, property Management, forensic analysis of building
        systems, and Property Development.
       Technical Background includes extensive Forensic Architecture, USDA & Building Code review and
        enforcement, Construction Process and Manufacturing process Engineering, and design of all aspects
        of building systems including but not exclusive to, building envelope, interior finishes and construction,
        Architectural stone and metal work, MEP systems, and structural systems.
       Management experience: From projects over $100 million to interior lease space remodeling and
        build-out. All aspects of Architectural office, design, and production management. Most aspects of
        construction and construction project management.
       Prior notable Architectural work with Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo in Connecticut and Richard &
        Dion Neutra Architects in Los Angeles.

                                               PERSONAL RESOURCES:
Meyers-Briggs INTJ: [for whatever it is worth, this report fits] "enjoy [s] fast pace, quick to act, enjoy [s]
challenge, move [s] forcefully, direct, analytic, value [s] accuracy, systematic, tactful and diplomatic,
creative problem solver." "The search for the unusual may lead naturally to an orientation to the future
and all the new experiences which it offers. Peter may also tend to have a broad perspective - always
looking at the 'big' picture. This combination may enable him to see the gaps and roadblocks that may be
limiting results in a situation. He may take the initiative to make changes to fill in these gaps and remove
the roadblocks. Since he also may have a drive for perfection and considerable planning ability, the
changes he makes are likely to be sound."
My mission continues to be: To help my clients organize their processes most affectively and
receive the maximum return and the greatest value from their present and future physical assets.



               DETAILS, ABREVIATED PORTFOLIO, AND LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION ARE ON LINE AT: www.white-phoenix.com
                Peter Dickson, NCARB, MBA pwdickson@white-phoenix.com Phone: 713.691.0836, PO Box 30139, Houston, TX 77249
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                                           EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
2008-09: Architect III for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice
2007-08: Facility management: CTVAH, Veterans Hospital, Waco. [Same as 2005]
2006-07: Contract work with Architects and Contractors
2005-06: Contractor for FLUOR to FEMA
2005: Central Texas Veterans Administration Healthcare System, Architect/Project Manager.
2004-05: Work with Houston Contractors and HISD Teaching Special Education
2004: Horizon Architects: Architect & Construction Manager
2003: Marous Brothers Construction Company, Architect & Director of Design Build
2003: State Architect for the USDA-RD Wisconsin.
2002: Kluge & Associates, AK Contract
2001-02: W.E.BRAZLEY & ASSOCIATES Senior Project Manager-Gary Public Safety Facility
2001: Independent consultation with Western Fabricating Inc. and Stone Fabricating Inc
2000-01: SOMERVILLE, INC., Green Bay, WI, Senior Architect-Multiple Projects
1999-00: DCDDC, Architect and Corporate Director for Design Build-Multiple Projects
1998-99: KPS Group, Birmingham, AL, Architect, Account representative and project manager.
1997-98: DOD, Maxwell AFB, Montgomery AL,, Architect-Multiple Projects
1984-97: Paul Langley Co.; Property Development & Property Management.
1994-96: Houston Baptist University
1976-97: Self Employed Consultant, Architect, Contractor, and Property Manager.
1975-76: Bernard Johnson Inc., Architects and Engineers, Project Architect/Manager
1974-75: Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo, Architects, Project Architect for Multiple Projects.
1972-03: Work with various Los Angeles Architects
1970-71: Richard and Dion Neutra Architects, Designer/Job Captain.
1965-70: Merrill Development Company, Designer/Project Manager
1965-70: University of Oregon
1961-65: USN Submarine Service: Honorably Discharged, P.O. 2nd Class
1960-61: Rochester Institute of Technology

                           REPRESENTATIVE PROJECT EXPERIENCE:
   Extensive Forensic analysis and remediation background including FEMA assistance for hurricane
    related damage in Florida & Louisiana, and commercial and industrial projects nationally.

   Extensive involvement with compliance and enforcement of building codes and various national
    health codes including but not exclusive to USDA, International Building Code, NFPA, and the ADA.

   Design, Design-build and Construction Management of multiple in and out-patient facilities for the
    Central Texas Veteran’s Administration, including 23 Hour Urgent Care expansion, major in-patient
    Surgery renovations, a new Dialysis Clinic, GU lab expansion, Prosthesis Clinic renovation, and a new
    CT scanner facility. Other responsibilities included project management for two major hospital
    expansion projects, expansion of the domiciliary facility, and forensic analysis/remediation of a
    defective curtain wall installation at a new laboratory building and several roof installations.

   Account Manager-Facilities for the Birmingham International Airport, Birmingham Alabama.
    Master Planning, Facility design and management, Account Management, and Construction
    Management for numerous landside & airside projects, including a $35mil parking deck, terminal re-
    roofing, Interior renovations, as well as Cargo facility and Corporate Terminal relocation Master
    Planning, Airport Master Planning, Passenger Terminal Master Planning, and traffic planning.
    Member of an Anchorage International Airport team as Project Architect, USKH, Anchorage, AK

           DETAILS, ABREVIATED PORTFOLIO, AND LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION ARE ON LINE AT: www.white-phoenix.com
            Peter Dickson, NCARB, MBA pwdickson@white-phoenix.com Phone: 713.691.0836, PO Box 30139, Houston, TX 77249
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   Public Safety Facility and Jail for Gary IN, Project Manager for Architecture and Construction:
    Involvement included Re-programming, Schematic Design, and completion of Construction
    Documents for a new Public Safety Facility for Gary IN. Resolved numerous organizational conflicts
    between the city, it’s departments, and independently contracted consultants to produce design and
    construction documents. Reprogrammed facility to fully satisfy all program requirements of the
    multiple city agencies including police department, jail, fire department, and city courts.

   Process engineering, programming, Forensic Analysis, Architecture, Master Planning, project
    management, client development and construction management for industrial clients, including
    Schreiber Foods, Nueske Foods, Wholt Cheese, ERDA, R.B.ROYAL, PRAXIS, Kewanee Nuclear
    Power Plant, Matamoros Meat Markets, and the Kenai Cattleman’s Association. Building envelope
    Investigation, value analysis, remediation, and the preparation of contract documents for unique
    solutions to process specific problems. Developed specifications & technical systems analysis and
    designed the phased construction of major building components of process specific facilities.

   Design& Project management of multiple healthcare outpatient facilities for the Native Healthcare
    Consortium in Alaska. Design/build of Assisted Living projects and Nursing Home projects in Ohio.

   Re-Programming, Conceptual Design, & Site Planning for the Lincoln Center for Aging in Stevens
    Point, WI. Achieved community consensus regarding expansion into adjacent private property

   CMS, Houston Rehabilitation Institute, Houston, Texas. Provided facility analysis, programming,
    conceptual design, and preliminary facility plans for proposed outpatient facilities and for remodeling
    of the existing in-patient hospital. Developed a fast track/design build construction proposal with two
    different contractors to save over $750k in net construction costs.

   Department of HEW Buildings, Washington, D.C. Architect and project manager. U.S. Department
    of HEW Buildings, Washington, D.C. $65 million [1974 $] remodeling: Project involved the renovation
    and remodeling of 3 WPA era buildings to accommodate the increasing presence of the Dept. of HEW
    for the following 3 decades. Project responsibility included identifying compliance issues regarding [at
    that time] newly implemented energy and accessibility contemporary and future technological
    requirements, and providing comfortable, safe, and contemporary accommodations for the staff of the
    Department of Health Education and Welfare. I was personally responsible for Realizing 23% savings
    in anticipated construction costs through design and mechanical innovations while improving the net
    quality and value of the delivered product. Achieved a 75% savings in A&E in-house production
    costs.

   Kewaunee Nuclear Power Plant Design, construction documents, & specifications for multiple
    building envelope projects [re-roofing and curtain wall] while maintaining continuous plant operation,
    0% down time. Value engineered projects from $30k to $300k.

   Fast-track design-build of multiple telecommunication C/O & data processing facilities in nine states.
    Designed and completed construction documents for 93,000 s.f. Central office telecommunication
    facility for FOCAL Communications in less than 3 weeks. Various facilities under my supervision were
    located in NY, NJ, PA, TX, MI, CA, OH, & IL. Much of the work involved the design and construction
    of security and emergency support systems as well as building envelopes.

   Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo: Project Architect, Responsible for curtain wall design and detailing
    Metropolitan Museum and the United Nations Development Corp Buildings, NYC. Project

           DETAILS, ABREVIATED PORTFOLIO, AND LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION ARE ON LINE AT: www.white-phoenix.com
            Peter Dickson, NCARB, MBA pwdickson@white-phoenix.com Phone: 713.691.0836, PO Box 30139, Houston, TX 77249
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    Architect/Job Captain for the below grade structures of the Federal Reserve Bank Headquarters in
    NYC. Responsible for infrastructure research and coordination of the 10 Story, 70 feet below sea
    level subterranean portion of the proposed headquarters expansion structure. Owner’s representative
    for the College Life Insurance Headquarters.

   Righard & Dion Neutra: Huntington Beach Central Library and Cultural Resource Center, Huntington
    Beach, Calif. Job Captain & Project Designer. Responsibilities included programming, conceptual
    design, schematic design. Developed a radically new and effective concept for library organization
    based on efficient and accessible information storage and retrieval. Anticipated and accommodated
    the future use of computer terminals and electronic data storage,

   Project Engineering, design, and construction management of metal fabrications for the remediation
    of high rise building envelope and curtain wall systems.

   Project Architect Responsible for the Planning, Design, and Construction Documents for two ten-
    story residential towers, on budget, in two weeks total turn around time. Completed design and
    construction documents included two fully coordinated concepts for the mechanical, electrical, and
    plumbing systems. Project location: Redondo Beach, California.

   Designed and constructed the lowest cost house ever authorized and built under the FHA-235
    Program. Use of REDI-FORM, a patented concrete forming system, and prefabrication techniques
    resulted in a 20% reduction in construction costs and a unique atrium plan. Managed other
    residential construction projects and participated in the design and construction of the machinery to
    fabricate REDI-FORM.

   Designed, developed, constructed, and managed Houston’s first Residential & /Commercial Lofts in
    downtown Houston, Texas. Developed new business enterprise consisting of a musician’s rehearsal
    facility. The two building project, includes one of the oldest buildings in Houston

   Architect, contractor, developer. Private practice included but not exclusive to design-build
    projects, construction management, and business/facility analysis. Provided as a professional or
    consultant: Architectural Services, programming, and business re-engineering services as well as fast-
    track and design-build construction management for most types of commercial and residential
    construction. My mission was and continues to be to help my clients achieve maximum value from
    their present and future physical assets.

   Architect/project manager: GS-12, DOD Maxwell AFB. Multiple on station projects as Architect and
    Owner representative for contract design.

                                         INDEPENDENT INTERESTS
1. Volunteer tutoring work with “At Risk” Children on Probation in Harris County Texas. Temporary
   Special Education teaching position with HISD. CASA volunteer.
2. Collaborative project examining the reduction of delivered cost in the health care delivery system.
3. Project: Examining the nature of creativity, learned capacity as opposed to inherent capability.
4. Published articles on Business Management, Zoning, Design Build, and Historical Districts.




           DETAILS, ABREVIATED PORTFOLIO, AND LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION ARE ON LINE AT: www.white-phoenix.com
            Peter Dickson, NCARB, MBA pwdickson@white-phoenix.com Phone: 713.691.0836, PO Box 30139, Houston, TX 77249
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                                   ATTACHED REFERENCE LETTERS:
               Note: Contact information may not be current due to time between now and date of letters.
                                       Information known to be current is noted.

   Retired. John Ball: LONE STAR CONSTRUCTION
       Suite 200, 2410 Quenby, Houston, TX, 77005
   Current. Len Kowitz V.P. @ Smith Barney
       Suite 1200E, 5065 Westheimer Rd., Houston, TX, 77056
       800.231.0060
   [May not be available-time] Brice Building Company
       Eddie V. Cassell
       Project Manager
       2721 2nd Avenue North, Birmingham, AL 35203
   [May not be available-time] Robins & Morton
       John Galassini
       Assistant Program Manager
       400 Shades Creek Parkway, Birmingham, AL 35209
   Retired. Paul Langley: Paul Langley Co.
       P.O.Box 14517, San Francisco, CA, 94114-0517




                                  CURRENT PERSONAL REFERENCES

   Robert McReynolds
       2101 Oklahoma, Deer Park, TX 77536                                281.476.1527
   Sabrina & Bruce Beach
           2005 Jane Street, New Iberia, LA 70563                        337.256.5570


                     Additional Professional and Personal References are available on request.




             DETAILS, ABREVIATED PORTFOLIO, AND LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION ARE ON LINE AT: www.white-phoenix.com
              Peter Dickson, NCARB, MBA pwdickson@white-phoenix.com Phone: 713.691.0836, PO Box 30139, Houston, TX 77249
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           DETAILS, ABREVIATED PORTFOLIO, AND LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION ARE ON LINE AT: www.white-phoenix.com
            Peter Dickson, NCARB, MBA pwdickson@white-phoenix.com Phone: 713.691.0836, PO Box 30139, Houston, TX 77249
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           DETAILS, ABREVIATED PORTFOLIO, AND LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION ARE ON LINE AT: www.white-phoenix.com
            Peter Dickson, NCARB, MBA pwdickson@white-phoenix.com Phone: 713.691.0836, PO Box 30139, Houston, TX 77249
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           DETAILS, ABREVIATED PORTFOLIO, AND LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION ARE ON LINE AT: www.white-phoenix.com
            Peter Dickson, NCARB, MBA pwdickson@white-phoenix.com Phone: 713.691.0836, PO Box 30139, Houston, TX 77249
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           DETAILS, ABREVIATED PORTFOLIO, AND LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION ARE ON LINE AT: www.white-phoenix.com
            Peter Dickson, NCARB, MBA pwdickson@white-phoenix.com Phone: 713.691.0836, PO Box 30139, Houston, TX 77249
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            DETAILS, ABREVIATED PORTFOLIO, AND LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION ARE ON LINE AT: www.white-phoenix.com
             Peter Dickson, NCARB, MBA pwdickson@white-phoenix.com Phone: 713.691.0836, PO Box 30139, Houston, TX 77249

				
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