Mark Lopez, AIA
Architectural Network Inc.
1111 Civic Drive, Suite 260
Walnut Creek CA, 94596
Expertise in many project types including but are not limited to retail, office, light industrial, restaurants, medical/dental, educational, recreational, civic and residential projects.
BIO / Resume / CV:
Our architects and designers offer a broad range of services and expertise in many project types. These include but are not limited to retail, office, light industrial, restaurants, medical/dental, educational, recreational, civic and residential projects. EDUCATION California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California Bachelor of Science Degree in Architecture and Environmental Design, June, 1977 SCARAB Honorary Architectural Society REGISTRATION / CERTIFICATES 05/1981 California Architect License Number: C11946 10/1992 National Council of Architectual Registration Boards (NCARB) Certificate Number: 43,061 11/1994 California Association of Building Energy Consultants, Certified Energy Analyst RES-99-1018 & NRE-94-1001 11/1994 California Building Codes Institute Certified Energy Plans, Examiner. 02/1995 Registered Post Earthquake Disaster Assistance Evaluator, Officer of Emergency Services, State of California No. SA-1436 12/1998 Certified Basic Commercial and Construction Arbitrator, Institute of Construction Management, LLC. 05/1999 Certified Basic Commercial and Construction Mediator, Institute of Construction Management, LLC. 05/2000 Certified Dispute Review Board Panelist, Institute of Construction Management, LLC. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Institute of Architects (AIA) National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) California Association of Building Energy Consultants (CABEC) National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO) Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) Construction ADR Panelist - Mediator, Arbitrator and Issue Review Boards Society of Professionals in Dispute Resolution (SPIDR) American Arbitration Association (AAA) ArbitrationWorks - Arbitrator, Contractors State Licensing Board (CSLB) American Bar Association (ABA) - Associate Member #67026941 PUBLIC SERVICE 6/1991 Graduate / Leadership Contra Costa 6/1984-1/1993 Commissioner, City of Pleasant Hill Architectural Review Commission 5/1986-6/1991 Member, City of Pleasant Hill, City Hall Offices Task Force 3/1989-12/1992 Ambassador, Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce 11/1990-11/1994 Board of Directors, Family Stress Center, Concord, CA 3/1994-1998 Board of Directors, Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce 3/1995-3/1996 Vice President / Member Services, Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce 6/1995 Recipient of Business - Education Partnership Award given by Partners in Education 2/1996-5/2001 Board of Directors, Lindsay Wildlife Museum, Past Vice President 2/1999-8/2001 Board of Directors, Walnut Creek Downtown Business Association 5/2001-Present North/South Riverfront Design Guidelines Task Force, Napa, CA Many lectures at schools regarding "What is Architecture? What do Architects do? How to become an Architect?" EMPLOYMENT HISTORY 3/1987-Present Architectural Network, Inc. Position: President Specialties: Contract Preparation / Negotiation, Project Management, Conceptual Design, Marketing, Expert Witness, Title 24 Energy Calculations, Project Review, Space Planing, Bid and Construction Administration, Handicap Access, Entitlement processing. Project Types: Office, Retail, Medical, Dental, Educational, Recreational, Entertainment, Multi-Family and Single-Family Residential, Restaurants, Wineries, Light Industrial. 8/1985-3/1987 Architectural Interiors Collaborative. Position: Vice President / Director of Architecture Responsibilities: Project Management, Project Review, Office Administration. Project Types: Office Tenant Improvements, Retail Stores, Country Clubs, Elderly Care Facilities, Financial Institutions, Government Offices. 7/1983-8/1985 Jacobs Architects (Jacobs Engineering Group) Position: Project Architect / Manager Projects: Laser Research Laboratory, Solar Array Facility, Electronic Test & Inspection Facility, 200,000 square foot Program & Industrial Accounting Office, Welding / Manufacturing Laboratory, Electrical Test and Assembly Facility, Computer Facilities, Offices. 10/1982-7/1983 Havlik/Hughes/Gilliland. Position: Associate Architect Projects: Supermarkets, Office Buildings, Manufacturing Plant, Banks, Condominiums, Medical, Office Tenant Improvements, Single Family Residential, Light Industrial. 3/1978-9/1982 Garcia Architects. Position: Project Manager Projects: Banks and Savings and Loan Branch Offices, Office Buildings, Warehouse / Distribution Center, Single Family Residential. 6/1977-3/1978 6/1976-9/1976 6/1975-9/1975 6/1974-9/1974 Arendt/Mosher/Grant/Pedersen/Phillips. Position: Draftsman, Job Captain. Projects: Schools, Shopping Centers, University Fine Arts Theatre, University Library Addition, Banks and Savings and Loan Branch Offices. ADR CONTINUING EDUCATION Contractors State License Board (CSLB) Industry Specific Training Course. February, 2002 California Construction Law: Can This Job Be Saved? Risk and management strategies for Project Completion and Litigation Avoidance. April, 2002.
Arbitration Mediator Architect Lawsuit Claim Dispute Resolution Adr Alternative Defect Damage Contract Issue Design Litigation Forensic Architecture