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Patrick L. Murphy, LEED AP

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Patrick brings a wide variety of experience to building technology services.  He began his career working in historic preservation, affordable housing and energy efficiency fields before settling into traditional architectural practices.  Over the following twenty-five years he designed and managed residential, multi-family residential, commercial, and recreation and hospitality projects as well as authoring and managing master plans and large mixed-use developments.

He has authored papers presented at the AIA Committee on the Environment’s national convention, the Energy & Environmental Building Alliance (formerly the Energy Efficient Building Association) and regional historic preservation conferences.  He formerly served on the Habitat for Humanity with Disabilities advisory board.  He brings these experiences to  bear on interactive and collaborative peer reviews and envelope consulting with a focus on improving building documentation and design processes.

Education

  • Bachelor of Architecture, University of Notre Dame, 1989
  • Rome Studies Program, Rome, Italy 1986-1987

Juries

  • Illinois Institute of Technology, 2010, “Generational Resource Center, Galway, Ireland”
  • Harrington School of Design, Architectural/Interior Design Studio, 2005
  • University of Notre Dame, Environmental Studies Studio, 1990, Thesis Studio, 1991
  • Florida Solar Energy Center, “The Affordable, Expandable, Florida Home,” competition, 1989

Current Involvement

  • Jefferson Park Master Plan Steering Committee, Jefferson Park, Chicago, IL
  • 45th Ward Zoning Advisory Committee, Chicago, IL

Select Projects

  • Project Experience Prior to Joining Integral Consulting LLC marked with **

Envelope Consulting

  • 311 North Morgan, Chicago, IL, drawing and submittal review, testing and field observation for a 160-key hotel in 140,000 square feet of vintage and new construction
  • 165 North DesPlaines, Chicago, IL , detailing, specifications, drawing and submittal review, testing and field observation for a fourteen-story, 200 unit, residential building

Residential Projects

  • Riverparc at Port Imperial, Port Imperial, NJ, 280-unit luxury apartments **
  • Ninety-7-Fifty on the Park, Orland Park, IL, 300-unit apartment complex with master-planning **
  • The Residences at Antique Row, Palm Beach, FL, condominium and townhouse development **
  • The Metropolitan at 40 Park, Morristown, NJ, 130-unit apartment and retail development **
  • Fourth & Race, Cincinnati, OH, 300-unit apartment tower with specialty grocer **
  • Museum Park, Chicago, IL, multiple tower condominium development **

Commercial Projects

  • Sands Casino Resort Hotel Bethlehem, Bethlehem, PA, 2,000,000 square feet hospitality, retail and entertainment complex **
  • The Roosevelt Collection, Chicago, IL, 1,200,000 square feet mixed use development of retail and residential **
  • Harborage Marina, Fort Lauderdale, FL, marina facility with club amenities and automated boat and vehicle storage **
  • Huadu Parcels A&B, Huadu, People’s Republic of China, 265,000 square meter mixed-use retail, office and residential development **

Master-Planning

  • Riverside Park, Chicago, IL, 64-acre mixed-use master plan and residential development **
  • Chicago Velocampus, Chicago, IL, competition velodrome and associated training facilities integrated into a mixed-use commercial district **
  • Main Street Triangle, Orland Park, IL, master-planning of town center transit-oriented development **
  • Bartram Street Townhomes, Glenwood Park, Atlanta, GA, master-planning of townhouse development **

Religious Institutional

  • Sacred Heart Parish Center, Notre Dame, IN, adaptive reuse of former seminary building into hospitality and even facility **
  • Saint Joseph Mausoleum, Santa Clara, CA, 1,500-crypt mausoleum and funeral chapel **

 

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