Paul Urban | Project Manager

Hospital Cafeteria and Servery Renovation

This multi-phase project required the design and implementation of a temporary cafeteria site to prevent any disruption to daily operations. This Cafeteria renovation required a detailed analysis of the food service requirements to meet the hospitals ever-changing needs. We successfully provided our client with a versatile and modern design that will be able to serve the food service needs of the medical community for years to come.

~Paul Urban

PJ is a project manager with over 5 years of experience. Paul has a wide range of Architectural experience including; Conceptual design, Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Documents, Construction Bidding, and Construction administration for commercial, healthcare, hospitality, and residential projects. His responsibilities have included production of high quality construction documents, superb trade coordination, impeccable Construction administration services, as well as overall technical knowledge of architectural services, and systems. In addition, Paul assists the firm with local fundraising and charity events throughout the year. Paul is currently studying for his Architectural Registration exams.

Experience

Project Manager
Hyman Hayes Associates
December 2017 - Present

Architectural Designer
Wright Group Architects
September 2016 - May 2017

Architectural Designer/Drafter
Dennis Noskin Architect
February 2015 - June 2016

Architectural Designer/Intern
Stantec Consulting Services Inc.
October 2014 - December 2014

Education

Bachelor's of Architecture
State University of New York at Delhi

Community Service | Volunteer

www.capitalregioncanstruction.com
Capital Region CANstruction
CANstruction® is a not-for-profit organization that addresses hunger across the Region. Capital Region CANstruction is an annual exhibit and design competition that connects talented architects, engineers, contractors, and students in the capital of New York State to imagine and create colossal structures built completely out of canned food items. The structures are on display on the fourth floor of the New York State Museum for two weeks, raising awareness of food insecurity in our region while highlighting local design talent. At the close of the exhibit, every can is donated to the Food Pantries for the Capital District to help feed families in the Capital Region.

Review

"HHA is a commendable community of Skilled Architects, Designers and Engineers, who strive to provide Smarter, Healthier, and safer environments through passion and dedication on a daily basis. HHA is a Professional firm that I am proud to be a part of."

~ Paul Urban

Talk to Paul

(518) 452-3470 Ext. 216