Rochester, NY According to SWBR, project designer Matthew Buchholz earned his certification in Construction Documents Technology (CDT).
A CDT provides a comprehensive overview for professionals who write, interpret, enforce or manage construction documents, specifically project architects, contractors, contract administrators, material suppliers and manufacturers’ representatives. Once one completes and passes the CDT exam, they’re able to perform their jobs more effectively and improve communications between all members of a construction team.
Employees who go through the CDT program are among the highly respected group of construction professionals and are known in the industry for their expertise, especially in the writing and management of construction documents.
Buccholz is a versatile designer that assists with educational assessment reports, master planning, pre-referendum planning, renderings, and project documentation on many of the firm’s education projects. He earned his Associates in Architectural Design from Finger Lakes Community College and his Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering Technology from Alfred State College.
He’s been with SWBR since 2017.