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George R Rivera III (573) 855 - 8689

grriveraiii@hotmail.com

linkedin.com/in/georgeriveraiii/

Objective Seeking an engaging internship while wrapping up my fifth year in school. Educational Background Woodbury University: Bachelors of Architecture 2010 - Present Fourth year student, class of 2015 (deans list 3.65) USMC Engineering School 2006 Draftsman and Surveyor Skills Proficient in: Rhino, Auto-CAD, Model Building, Laser Cutting, Illustrator Some experience with: Revit, SketchUp, Maxwell Travel Italy - Woodbury Study Abroad - Rome, Florence, Capri Australia - RMIT Arch - Melbourne Germany - Independent Travel Iraq - USMC

About Me I am an undergraduate student at Woodbury University seeking my degree in Architecture. I spent four years in the Marine Corps as an engineer where I served as a draftsman and land surveyor. In the Marines I realized that I am a quick learner that performs well under pressure. At Woodbury I have designed projects of various scales including a community garden here in Burbank, to a housing development in the Bahamas. I have also learned to collaborate well with students from different design backgrounds and institutions. I am driven and enthusiastic, eager to expand my working knowledge while still maintaining my design integrity.


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ProjectHighlights This abbreviated portfolio covers work done from 2012 to last semester. Although the projects are all fully resolved in their own respects, the intention of this portfolio is to highlight three major skill sets; CAD, model building, and digital representation. An expanded portfolio covering work done between first year and third year can be made available at request, or visit: issuu.com/georgerivera6/docs/portfolio

Skills Highlighted - CAD - model building - digital representation

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3 K.N.S. G.T. Retaining Wall

KARIM SNOUSSI NICK WILKINS SAMVEL SIMONYAN GEORGE RIVERA TIM NELSON

40'-0"

3'-0"

UP

15'-0"

Retaining Wall

13'-0"

20'-0"

7500 GLENOAKS BOULEVARD BURBANK, CA 91510

3'-0"

UP FIN. GRADE 572

20'-0"

4954 E. MERIDIAN

PROJECT MAKO

20'-0"

FIN. GRADE 572

represented hereby are and shall remain the property of the Architect, and no part thereof shall be used or reproduced for any purpose other than prepared and developed without the written consent of the Architect

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SITE PLAN

Written dimensions shall have precedence over scaled dimensions. The Contractor shall verify and be responsible for all dimensions and conditions on the job site and report any discrepancies to Architect.

40'-0"

SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

general scope of work and required technical performance of the building systems and do not necessarily indicate or describe all the work required for full performance and completion of the construction contract. Based on the scope of work indicated Contractor shall furnish all items required for the proper execution of the project.

JOB NO:

30'-8"

585

32'-6 1/2"

NO.

28'-8 1/2"

30'-8"

CAD - Assorted CAD work from Studio and Professional Practice

40'-0"

UP 20'-0"

01

ISSUE DATE

1 DATE 04 27 2012

580

575

570

Cut

565

Fill

PAGE TITLE:

SITE DEVELOPMENT PAGE NUMBER:

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SITE SECTION SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

select site plan and elevation - professional practice 1 - 2nd Year

A-100


4 TOP OF PARAPET 590.97'

8 A-106A

TOP OF ROOF 588.97'

2x10 CEILING JOIST

TOP OF CLOCK 585.92'

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1" THICK WOOD MINUTE HAND

A-106A

1" THICK WOOD HOUR HAND DBL. GLAZED ALUM WINDOW

1" THICK WOOD CLOCK NUMBER

BOTTOM OF CLOCK 580.67'

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TOP OF DOOR 579.03'

A-106A

INT. STUCCO SMOOTH FINISH 5/8" TUPE 'X' GYP. BD. 3/4" PLYWOOD VALSER QUARZITE FACE STONE TILE (VERTICAL)

SLATE TILE 5 8

" PLYWOOD

FIN. FLOOR 572.50'

2x10 FLOOR JOIST CONC. FOOTING AND FOUNDATION WALL FINISH GRADE

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FRONT DOOR SECTION SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0"

wall section - professional practice 1 - 2nd Year

select detail drawings - studio 4a - 4th Year


Model Building - These two projects were both resolved through model building alone.

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select working models, final models, and section drawing / model hybrid - studio 2b - 2nd year


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select working models, final models - studio 3a - 3nd year


Digital Representation - Board assemblage, renderings, and diagram creation.

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single unit render - studio 4a - 4th year

section render drawing / diagrams - studio 2a - 2nd year

project render - studio 3b - 3rd year


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The economic viability of the American Southwest region is not bound by political borders and forms a megalopolis. The infusion of Asian investment, Tijuana production, and the American market, known as the Tijuana Triangle, suggests the megalopolis' need for a new capital. The idea of an independent capital draws comparisons to the Vatican City. The project, a culmination of two buildings that dissolve the border between the U.S and Mexico, will rise up to create a focal point throughout the city. Utilizing the urban design theory of City Beautiful, primary buildings are orientated along boulevard views. Much like the Vatican City, program is divided and assembled by levels of accessibility, ranging from public to private. Also, by mapping the Vatican City one is able to draw out groupings of density and an urban language. A geometric language is developed by overlaying a grid onto the Vatican and highlighting forms derived from levels of privacy. These forms are then stretched and grouped with similar levels. The main function of the building is to house two think-tank organizations that will research and improve the concept of the capital and its importance to the world. Currently there are 19 foreign consulate offices dispersed throughout Tijuana. the capital building provides office spaces for all of the consulates to come together to work more collaboratively. In addition, the building becomes the destination point that potential businesses on an exploratory mission to see if they should open a factory in Tijuana.

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transborder MEGALOPOLIS

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Level 5

Level 4

Level 6

Legend 1. Private Offices

3500 sq ft

4. Consulate Offices

960 sq ft

5. Conference Rooms

960 sq ft

7. Small Lecture Hall 8. Film Screening Room 9. Cafeteria 10. Kitchen 11. Open Offices

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12. Archival Storage

Level 1 1/64” = 1’

960 sq ft 1000 sq ft

3. Large Auditorium

6. Security

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8

Minimum

2. Entrance Lobby

500 sq ft 1400 sq ft 900 sq ft

Ground Floor Plan 1/64” = 1’

500 sq ft 200 sq ft 1000 sq ft 500 sq ft

13. Radio Station

960 sq ft

14. Post Office

960 sq ft

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Level 3

Unprogrammed “Garden” “Public”

1

4

Private

Semi-Private

4

4

5

4

Semi-Public 6 4

4

5

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2/4 final project presentation boards, originally 20”x 20” - studio 3b - 3rd year

U.S.A.

A SOVEREIGN CAPITAL FOR THE ECONOMICALLY AUTONOMOUS POWERHOUSE OF THE SOUTHWEST

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Mexico

Level 2

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THE SHARING OF FOREIGN DIPLOMATIC RESOURCES FUSES THE OTHERWISE SEPARATE RESEARCH TANKS TOGETHER

Abbreviated Portfolio  

Select works highlighting three skills: CAD, model building, and digital representation. All work created at Woodbury University between th...

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