GEORGE ARCAY, AIA Senior Program Manager 25 Years Experience Education 1986/Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Catholic University, with Distinction in Urban Planning and ADA Accessibility Registration Registered Architect - A I A (30101814) 1995/District or Columbia (ARC5846) 1996/Commonwealth of VA (401010190) 2003/State of Illinois (001018618) 2006/State of Arizona (44035) Certifications LEED AP CQCM NCARB (736821) Area of Expertise Research Laboratories Patient Care Facilities Military Housing Secure Facilities (PAC) He has an extensive history, as a Project Architect of multi-disciplined teams, having been on large-scale, complex clinical patient care and animal research related facilities at the NIH in Bethesda, MD., including major stake holders such as NCI, NIAID, NIMH, USAMRID(USACE) and others. A Miami native, George is a good match with an intimate understanding of the city’s culture and the municipal planning initiatives having forged professional relationships while with prolific firms like Spillis-Candela Partners and Arquitectonica Project Career List and References furnished on request. Select ed Exp erien ce Intelligence Community Campus – Bethesda (ICC-B) Bethesda, Maryland Mr. Arcay is serving as Construction Quality Control Manager on the designbuild development of a 40-acre campus to be occupied by 3,000 employees of the Defense Intelligence Agency. Work involves major renovation of a new 386,000-SF, five story Erskine Hall housing central campus administrative space dedicated to the government surveillance activities 24/7/365 which will be connected to three existing buildings that will be gutted, reskinned, and fit out. Homeland Security/Coast Guard Headquarters, Washington, DC. Construction Quality Control Manager located in the Historical St. Elizabeth Hospital West Campus, the new building will provide two million SF of office and operations & logistics space. A design-build delivery of $580 million. McCormick Place Expansion, Chicago, IL. Construction Quality Control Manager for the new expansion referred to as the Mc4West building. The expansion will add 470,000 SF of exhibition space and 200,000 SF of meeting space to the existing 2.2 million SF of exhibit space and 360,000 SF of meeting room space at a construction cost of $880 million. Intelligence Community Campus – Bethesda (ICC-B), Bethesda, Maryland Renovation of National Cancer Institute Building 37, Bethesda, MD. Construction Manager oversight for Smith Construction Services involved in the upgrade and renovation of the main laboratories facilities for the National Cancer Institute (NCI), including site utilities and new elevator towers complete a state of the art facility of 600, 000 SF at a cost of $80 million. Defractometer Lab, National Cancer Institute Building 37. Bethesda, MD. Interim JOC project installation of a tenant fitout for a 1000 SF Defractometer Lab, -80 Freezer storage and LAN support facility for the NCI at a cost of $11 million. Autoclave Facility, Vivarium, National Cancer Institute Building 37. Bethesda, MD. Interim project installation of a new autoclave, wash rack and tunnel washer for the NCI including ventilation and plumbing upgrades in a 1200 SF area at a cost of $778k. Renovate NCI Building 10. Project Manager involved in the Upgrade and Renovation of the Administrative Facilities for the National Cancer Institute (NCI) under the supervision of Anil Gulati, Executive Branch, Rockville, Md. Construction Cost: $550,000 Renovate NCI Building 12. Project Manager involved in the Upgrade and Renovation of the Laboratory Facilities for the National Cancer Institute (NCI) under the supervision of Anil Gulati, Executive Branch, Rockville, Md. Construction Cost: $750,000 Ten Year Master Plan of the Medical Technology Campus, NCI, Fredrick, Md. Project Manager involved in the planning and presentation of the Comprehensive 10 year Master Plan for the Laboratory Facilities for the National Cancer Institute (NCI) under the advisory supervision of Dr. Carl Barret, Executive Branch, Rockville, Md. Projected Construction Cost: $2.5 billion to 2013 Animal Research Laboratory, Washington, DC National Cancer Institute (NCI), Bldg. 14 Project architect for a 2500 square foot hospital blood and tissue research laboratory for NCI at a construction cost of $425,000.
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