Resumes



Richard Awsumb, RRC

Area of Responsibility:
  • Senior Project Architect/Project Manager, responsible for various projects for School Boards of Brevard and Orange Counties, NASA, Walt Disney World, and the County of Volusia.
Registration and Certification:
  • State of Florida Certified General Contractor, No. 0007178, May 5, 1976
  • Registered Roof Consultant (RRC), Registration No. 0650 - The Roof Consultants Institute - March, 2010
  • Registrations Held Currently Inactive:
  • State of Florida Certified General Contractor, No. CGD020838 - Inactive.
  • AHERA Certified Asbestos Consulting - Non Active
Work Experience:
  • August 1997 - Present: A/R/C Associates, Incorporated, Orlando, Florida, Senior Project Architect.
  • March 1995 - August 1997: University of Central Florida, Facilities Planning, Orlando, Florida, Architect/Design Project Manager
  • March 1994 - March 1995: Richard Awsumb, Architect, Orlando, Florida, Principal/Project Architect
  • October 1991 - March 1995: Briggs Associates International, Inc., Orlando, Florida, Asbestos Consultant
  • April 1985 - October 1991: Awsumb and Company, Orlando, Florida, Principal/Project Architect
  • September 1990 - October 1991: Falkanger, Snyder and Awsumb, Asbestos Consulting Services, Inc., Orlando, Florida, Principal/Regional Director
  • April 1983 - April 1985: Florida Design Group, Orlando, Florida, Principal/President
  • October 1982 - April 1983: Spillis, Candela and Partners, Orlando, Florida, Project Architect
  • November 1980 - October 1982: Design Build, Associates, Orlando, Florida, Principal/Architect/General Contractor
  • September 1976 - November 1980: VOA Associates (Vickery/Oversat/Awsumb), Architects and Planners, Orlando, Florida, Architectural Associate/Project Architect
  • August 1974 - September 1976: Bowyer-Singleton & Associates, Orlando, Florida, Architectural Consultant
  • July 1973 - August 1974: Murphy, Hunton, Shivers and Brady, Architects, P.A., Project Architect
Education:
  • Bachelor of Architecture, University of Oklahoma, June 1, 1969