DAVID FLECHA 62 Sherman Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10301 ▪ 917-541-1428 ▪ email@example.com http://www.wix.com/dflecha/flecha-architecture GOAL: To utilize design, drafting, and working experience to obtain and proceed a career in the architecture field. EDUCATION / ACHIEVEMENTS Bachelor of Architecture, New York Institute of Technology, GPA 3.61 (May 2011)
Graduated Magna Cum Laude Academic Distinction Dean's Award of Excellence (May 2011) President and Dean's List Inducted into Tau Sigma Delta National Architecture Honor Society and Golden Key International Honor Society Design Work Displayed in School Exhibitions Team Urban Design Contest 1st Place Winner (Dec 2009) AIA Queens Housing Ideas Contest 2nd Place (June 2009)
SKILLS AutoCAD, 3Ds Max, Rhino, Sketch Up, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro, Flamingo, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Revit, Navisworks, VRay, Vizio
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE OTIS Elevator Company, New York Part Time Project Draftsman for the WTC Transportation Hub Project (June 2011 - Present) - Organizing together construction drawings package of MEP systems, logistic plans, and detail components. - Attended coordination meetings with Tishman Construction, assisting in any issues regarding our systems in the Transportation Hub. Created presentation to present to the Port Authority of NY/NJ, Downtown Design Partnership, and Tishman/Turner. - Created BIM models for coordination and assuring that the proposed systems work with proposed structure and construction methods. - Created spreadsheets of contract addendum updates showing changes from original to create a log of possible cost changes.
AIAS Freedom By Design (NYIT Manhattan Chapter), New York Community Service Second Team Captain; Founding Board (January 2010 - May 2011) - Worked with chapter head in community service projects in office and site. Projects ranged from handicap accessibility construction to community boxing facility for teenagers. Helped with project aspect and led students in accomplishing same. - Created the local chapter website along with the local AIAS chapter website.
John C. Calderón Architect PC, New York Architect Intern (May 2010 - August 2010) - Construction drawings, 3D Sketch Up models. Assisted in managing tasks within project development and document preparation for Department of Buildings. Minor construction management of interior renovation projects at location site. - Created spreadsheets of submitted Department of Building documents and application status with Excel and Word.
MTA New York City Transit, New York Architect Intern for MOW Engineering (June 2009 - August 2009) - Worked with engineers to create and edit construction drawings for the MTA Subway communication rooms. Conducted surveys of communication rooms to document new updates and new hardware. ACE Mentor Program Intern for Civil Engineering Department (November 2004 - May 2005) - Worked with civil engineers to create a design proposal for Governor's Island. Presented at the ACE Ceremony at the MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY.
diDomenico + Partners LLP, New York Architect Intern (November 2005 - August 2006) - Reorganized firm catalogs and material samples by construction codes and correct shop drawings. - Conducted site surveys with associates for school contracts awarded by the New York School Construction Authority.
New York Institute of Technology, New York Architecture Woodshop Assistant (January 2010 - May 2011) - Assisted students with woodshop machinery, laser shop, and completion of projects. Financial Aid Office Administrative Assistant (September 2006 - May 2009) - General clerical duties which spanned from scanning and filling students files in the school network. - Communicated and assisted students with financial aid questions and FAFSA application process and submission.
LANGUAGES English, Spanish