Daniel Scott Mascione, AIA, LEED AP    PRINCIPAL

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York. Bachelor of Architecture, February 1992.
Atlantic Community College, Mays Landing, New Jersey
Building Code: RCS, ICS, Subcode Official, Construction Code Official, Train the Trainer (1993-98).

New Jersey Architect's License #AI13364
North Carolina Architect’s License #7883
Pennsylvania Architect’s License #RA-015773-B
American Institute of Architects, Member since 1992.
AIA/South Jersey: Past President 2000-1, President 1999, President Elect 1998, Secretary 1996-7,
AIA New Jersey: Member of the Board of Trustees 1999-2004, Liason Building Codes.       
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, Council Certification #49,150
New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, Division of Codes & Standards Technical License & Administrative License #006524: Building RCS, ICS, HHS, Subcode Official, Construction Official, Certified - Train the Trainer Program
Building Officials • Code Administrators (BOCA) - International Code Council (ICC) - Member since 1996

Manders/Meright Associates, Vineland, New Jersey 1997
Project Architect: Design and documentation of educations uses in including classroom, multipurpose/multimedia facilities for the Vineland Board of Education and Buena Board of Education.

Sykes, O'Connor, Salerno, Hazaveh. Atlantic City, New Jersey 1996-7
Project Architect: Design and Documentation of parking structures, casino/hospitality, offices, housing authority projects. Trump Taj Mahal Garage Expansion, Bally’s Transportation Center.

Gary Mednick, AIA, Linwood, New Jersey. 1988 - 1996
Project Architect: Design and documentation of residences, office buildings, schools, hotels and fire houses.    

A & A Engineering Inc., Pleasantville, New Jersey. 1982-5
Draftsperson: Electrical, plumbing and HVAC construction documents.

Atlantic Cape Community College; Building Inspector RCS, ICS + HHS, Construction Document Reading, continuing education instructor. 2006-11
New Jersey Community College Consortium for Workforce & Economic Development: EPA Lead Renovator Instructor, 2011

Alexander J. Cohen, PROJECT MANAGER

Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA. Professional Bachelor of Arts in Architecture.
Sykes, O’Connor, Salerno, Hazaveh.  Atlantic City, NJ    1992 - 1998
Intern Architect: Have worked in all phases of the design process from working with a design team to developing construction documents from schematic drawings. Build architectural models for client and planning board presentations as well as study models to resolve design issues. This skill requires the ability to read and interpret plans, elevations and sections.
Project Manager: 150 home residential facade restoration program in Atlantic City funded by a casino grant managed by the Atlantic County Improvement Authority.

Drexel University Performing Arts Dept.,  Philadelphia, PA 1992 - 1994
Department responsible for all productions at the University Responsibilities included stage design, lighting design and set construction.  Received a thousand dollar grant towards tuition for outstanding design work and construction. Worked in a fully equipped carpenters shop, designing cabinetry, developing millwork drawings, and eventually building the furniture.


Graphic Designer: Work hand in hand with the designers to create comprehensive design packages, construction documents, and presentation preparation for clients and client meetings. Responsible for all computer graphic work including the conversion of hand-renderings to digital form and assistance in creating finish specification booklets. IT Manager of the Macintosh-based computer system at the office, responsible for maintaining both individual computer workstations, as well as the overall office network. Management of all modular home construction documents. Creating and facilitating the implementation of office standards. Drafting of architectural drawings under the supervision of office Architects.