Jeff Zubik is a well versed and passionate architect with years of practical experience with the design-build project delivery process. He began honing his skills as a federal project architect working for RG Wood and Associates, Honolulu, HI in the 1990s. After a 10-year love affair with the Hawaiian islands he moved to San Diego to raise his family. In San Diego, working for Howard-Sneed Interior Architecture he was introduced to Jeff Katz Architecture and TB Penick who were looking for portfolio support to enter the competitive design-build arena of military construction. In 2010, Jeff was recruited by URS (now AECOM) as the lead architect for the San Diego office with a robust federal planning division. The skills developed as a project manager led Jeff to turn his talents toward federal planning support full-time. Jeff found a very warm and receptive home at KTUA.
He is responsible as supervisor and planner for all phases of the project including coordination with clients, data collection, report/plan preparation, meeting coordination, QA/QC and submission of final documents. Preparing document planning projects in accordance with Navy Shore Facility Planning Systems such as the internet Facility Assets Database Store (iNFADS) and Electronic Project Generator (EPG); applying Navy and Marine Corps guidance such as UFC 2-000-05N NAVFAC Facility Planning Criteria for Navy and Marine Corps Shore Facility Planning Criteria for Navy and Marine Corps Shore Installations (P-80) and Department of the Navy Facility Category Codes (P-72), and Navy and Marine Corps Shore Facility Planning Manual (NAVFACINST 11010.44E) to planning projects.
B.S. Architecture, University of Texas at Arlington, 1985
Architect, Hawaii 8677, 1991
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