Nick Mundo earns his license

February 1, 2016

We congratulate Nicholas Mundo, who recently passed the NCARB Architect Registration Examination (ARE) and has received his architectural license from the State of Connecticut. He sat the seven, intensive exams over the past couple of years after completing his IDP (Intern Development Program) requirements, which involves a “multiyear transition from architecture student to licensed professional.” The NCARB requires aspiring architects to obtain 3,740 hours of experience prior to taking the ARE, which consists of seven sections: Construction Documents & Services; Programming, Planning & Practice; Site Planning & Design; Building Design & Construction Services; Structural Systems; Building Systems; and, Schematic Design.

Nick has worked in the architectural field since 2007 and joined Friar Associates in 2011. Skilled in the use of a variety of software programs, including Revit, AutoCAD, Illustrator, Photoshop, Sketch-Up and Microsoft Office, he works on all phases of projects. Nick was a key member of the project team for the recently-completed new CREC Academy of Aerospace & Engineering in Windsor and is currently working on the new CREC Two Rivers Magnet High School in Bloomfield.

Please join us in congratulating him on this major accomplishment.