Ms. Rawdin is a Principal in the Griffin, GA office. Since joining the firm in 1997 she has provided design and project management for new construction, renovations, and additions, and has experience with a variety of building types, including all levels of public schools and a variety of athletic projects. Her religious/civic project experience includes the Christian Enrichment Center at Griffin’s First United Methodist Church and the Salvation Army’s House of Hope. By participating in career days hosted by local schools, Ms. Rawdin enjoys introducing the next generation to the building arts.
In addition to design and project management, Ms. Rawdin has served as Submittal Coordinator since 2001, supervising the architectural and engineering submittal and shop drawing review for every project under construction. As an architect in the Construction Contract Administration Department, she plays a key role by working with our field representatives to resolve the inevitable obstacles that arise during construction.
Ms. Rawdin also performs building assessments—tools that help building owners make informed decisions on the future possibilities of a facility and the budget required to achieve those plans. Beginning in 2004, this skill evolved into helping school systems plan for growth and forecast building needs by developing Local Facilities Plans (LFPs) as required by the Department of Education. This process is essential for prioritizing and budgeting SPLOST funds. As part of the Local Facilities Plan, she produces floor plans, completes estimates, and follows the state DOE’s reporting requirements for entitlement funding.