Daily Logs and Weekly Reflection – 9/30 – 10/03


Monday, September 30

Hours Worked: 4 hours

Researched outdoor lighting and fan fixtures for Old Village Post House outdoor patio and created a sheet in building set for fixture specs.

Staff Meeting

Read over a proposal for a new brewery project we recently acquired in Myrtle Beach.

AXP Category: Project Development & Documentation


Tuesday, October 1

Hours Worked: 3.75 hours

Reviewed the updated project schedule for the warehouse retrofit project we acquired in Raleigh, NC.

Printed & redlined a check set for Leon’s Outdoor Patio addition before submitting to mentor for additional comments. Picked up redlines on the set afterwards. Also contacted a product manufacturing company to inquire more about the installation of their outdoor recessed heaters and to obtain product spec sheets.

Filled out a transmittal form for a DRB Final submittal.

AXP Category: Project Development & Documentation + Project Management


Wednesday, October 2

Hours Worked: 0 hours

Out sick – did not work


Thursday, October 3

Hours Worked: 0 hours

Did not work


Project: Leon’s Patio Structure

Project Phase: Construction Documentation

Project Manager: Luke Jarrett

Student’s Role: Assembling final drawing set for FRBS submittal

Assuming the role of project lead for this small building addition I had previously worked on while interning at Synchronicity over the summer, I was responsible for contacting product manufacturing representatives this week in order to obtain more information about an outdoor recessed heater we would be utilizing in this project at the client’s personal request. Having never utilized such a device before in any of the previous projects done by the firm, it was very important to understand how this product works and should be accommodated for in the design. Part of the task also included obtaining product spec sheets that weren’t available on the manufacturer’s website that would be crucial later on as we begin to coordinate with MEP to finalize the design of this outdoor patio structure.

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