Masters Degree in Architecture,
Registered Architect, State of
Denise Davis has seventeen years of experience in educational, institutional, research, and a variety of other facility types.
In October of 2004, Ms. Davis became President/Architect for Facility Planning Associates, Inc.
· Taos Municipal Schools, Facility Master Plan; a master plan for 2,500 student, in eight schools including two charter schools.
While working as a facilities planner
for Architectural Research Consultants,
· Albuquerque Public Schools, development of Space Standards for Special Education Programs, 1990; study of special education services and developing standards for renovation and new construction projects.
· University of
· University of New Mexico General Library Center for Southwest Research Facility Program, 1988; restoration of the historic John Gaw Meem west wing and new construction of the research center including space for collection storage, offices, classrooms, meeting rooms and support.
While a facility planner and architectural intern for Fanning-Bard-Tatum Architects,
· New Mexico State University Classroom Building Facility Program, 1994; a classroom, laboratory and office building of more than 100,000 gross square feet.
· Albuquerque Public Schools, Taft Middle School Facility Program through Construction Documents, 1996; Phase I, 77,000 gross square feet of general, science, occupational, side-by-side special education, and music classrooms; library, shop and cafeteria.
· Bayfield Elementary School Addition Facility Program, 1995; a 20 classroom addition to the elementary school, including kindergarten classes.
· Bayfield Middle School Renovation and Addition, 1995; a 25,000 addition and 45,000 gross square foot renovation of the old high school for use as the middle school; the addition include general classrooms, science and technology labs, computer lab, art room and music facilities.
· Bayfield High School Facility Program, Construction Documents and Construction Administration, 1995-1997; a new 90,000 gross square foot high school for 600 students; includes general classrooms, gymnasium, locker rooms, wrestling mezzanine, cafetorium with stage, kitchen and music suite, media center, shop, science, computer education, art, and food/health education classrooms.
a senior facility planner and architect for Architectural Research Consultants,
· Bureau of Indian Affairs, Weller Architects, Ft. Wingate Elementary School Facility Program, 2001; programming for school programs, dormitories, and student services. The space allocations adhered to the Bureau of Indian Affair design guidelines.