Olallo L Fernandez

Photo of Olallo L Fernandez Department Architecture Department 
 Office Batmale Hall 244
 Phone (415) 452-5171
 Mailbox L133
 E-Mail ofernand@ccsf.edu
 Fall 2012 
 Office Hours
 
Fall 2012 Teaching Schedule
ARCH 20 Architectural Graphics I 3.0 73688 003 L/L T R 03:10-06:00PM BATL U241 Deadlines Final Book CM 100 Fundamentals of Constr Mgmnt 3.0 72617 501 Lec T 06:40-09:30PM MUB A188 Deadlines Final Book CM 110 Construction Graphics 3.0 72542 501 L/L M W 06:40-09:30PM BATL U246 Deadlines Final Book

A.B., M.S., University of California, Berkeley

Part-time instructor, CCSF, 1981-2004 Full-time instructor, CCSF, 2004-present.

I first started at City College of San Francisco in 1974 as a student. I had a general idea that I wanted to be a architect, but I had no real plan on how to turn this idea into a reality. City College, and the students I met there, gave me that opportunity. I returned to City college in 1981 as a part-time instructor. In my years at City college, I've taught courses in drafting, beginning design, and construction documents. My primary focus, however, has been in construction management. I enjoy the diversity, enthusiasm, and intelligence of the students at City College. I like getting to know the students in my classes, as well as learning their hopes and aspirations, and, in a small way, also helping them to achieve those goals.

Though I've sought to specialize in the field of Construction Management, I have been involved in all phases of the design and construction process. For over twelve years I was an Architect at ED2 International, a San Francisco Architectural firm. While there, I headed up construction administration on projects including a $30 million library for Sonoma State University, a number of research facilities for the University of California, and a number of school facilities here in San Francisco. I have also been a Project Manager on a number of projects, coordinating all of the design efforts of our firm as well as our consultants. Before that I spent over two years in the public sector working as a Project Manager for the San Francisco Housing Authority. While there, one of my projects included the construction of a new $30 million, 203 apartment, development and renovation of the Alemany housing development. Prior to that, I worked for one of the pioneering firms in the field of Construction Management, O'Brien Kreitzberg &> Associates.

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