Resume

Professional Experience

May 2010 to present

Thomas Kute, Ltd.

Louisville, Kentucky

June 2007 to May 2010

Dungan Nequette Architects

Birmingham, Alabama | Project Manager, met with clients, developed project scopes, drafted proposals, allotted and collected fees, managed all phases of architectural and interior design, hand and CAD drawing, schematic and construction documents, selection of materials, finishes, color, plumbing, electrical, hardware, millwork, and moulding details, checked shop drawings and submittals, provided construction administration

May 2003 to May 2007

Hubbuch & Company

Louisville, Kentucky | Intern Architect/Interior Designer/Project Leader, met with clients, developed project scopes, handled all phases of architectural and interior design, hand and CAD drawing, schematic and construction documents, selected colors, materials, finishes and furnishings, coordinated bidding, checked shop drawings and submittals, provided construction administration

May 1999 to January 2003 (academic holidays)

Hubbuch & Company

Louisville, Kentucky | Student Intern, measured existing conditions, took furnishings inventories, hand drawing, renderings

Spring 2007

Todd Klein, Inc.

New York, New York | Independent Contractor, measured existing conditions and completed CAD drawings

August 2006

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards

Completed Intern Development Program

Published Work

March 2011

“An Alabama Home Gets All Dressed Up"

House Beautiful

March 2009

"Rooms We Adore"

Southern Living

Winter 2007

"Renovations at Churchill Downs Pay Off"

DesignSolutions, Journal of the Architectural Woodwork Institute

July 2007

“Maker’s Mark Distillery - 2008 Icons of Whisky Award: Visitor Attraction of the Year”

Whisky Magazine

September 2006

“The Show House”

The Voice-Tribune

September 2006

“Condos a twist on Bellarmine show house”

The Courier-Journal

May 2005

“Hotel to feature handprints of Derby-winning jockeys”

USA Today

February 2005

“St. X launches $28 Million Campaign”

Business First of Louisville

Education

May 2003

The University of Tennessee

Bachelor of Architecture

Spring 2002

City of Chattanooga Planning and Design Studio

Student, Worked alongside renowned Urban Design Director J. Stroud Watson and the Board of Directors of the Hunter Museum of American Art on expansion concepts, planning and community interaction. Completed project by Randall Stout Architects published in Architectural Record, November 2005.

Organizations and Volunteer Service

Photo of Tommy and Blakely Kute with their two girls