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Masters Manufacturing and Production General Contractor
James Dordevic has been President of the firm since its inception. Educated in the mechanical and structural engineering industry and involved in construction since 1965, Mr. Dordevic has a keen understanding of the manufacturing and fabrication processes. During his early career, Mr. Dordevic focused primarily on residential projects with a focus on client specific design and a close collaboration with all craftsmen involved in the process. Working in Germany, Canada and across the United States, Mr. Dordevic has completed hundreds of projects since receiving his license in 1983. Currently, Mr. Dordevic focuses on residential projects, medical office facilities and commercial work with an emphasis on commercial interiors and has completed several notable projects in New York, Massachusetts and Florida.
Bachelor of Science Ringling School of Art and Design, 2000
General Motors Technical Center
Gordon Dordevic received his formal education in the field of Fine Arts and has been a partner in the firm since. With over two decades of experience in the construction and carpentry industry and trained in animation, modeling and sculpting, Mr. Dordevic brings a unique set of skills to the design process. Currently holding a position as a Modeler in the design department at General Motors in Detroit, Michigan, he assists in 3D representation and design development with an emphasis on the tactility of Architecture. Mr. Dordevic plays an integral role in the process with an in depth knowledge and understanding of human interaction and personal scale. Through the continuous processes of modeling and prototyping, the resulting work achieves a sense of human comfort.
Bachelor of Design, University of Florida, 1999
Masters in Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design, 2002
Tomas Dordevic received his Bachelor of Design at the University of Florida and graduated with Highest Honors after traveling and studying in Vicenza, Italy in 1999. He received his Masters in Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design in 2002 and was one of three national finalists in the Skidmore Ownings and Merril architectural fellowship. Currently, he is a registered Architect in the state of New York, Massachusetts and Florida and is a member of the American Institute of Architects, NCARB and is LEED accredited.
Prior to completing his formal education, Mr. Dordevic spent his youth in the industry learning all aspects of building construction and project management. He was a lead designer for Payette and Associates in Boston, Massachusetts where he worked on several notable projects. As a designer at Kaplan McLaughlin Diaz in Charlotte, North Carolina he received top honors in the international design competition for the San Jose State University Museum of Art and Design. Mr. Dordevic was also a Senior Associate and design leader at Cannon Design in Boston, Massachusetts where he collaborated on several acclaimed projects.