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RESUME

CREATIVE, MOTIVATED, HARD-WORKING, CRITICAL, INSPIRED LANGUAGE

534 HATHWAY AVE SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA

LESCHMIT@CALPOLY.EDU (208) 473-6734

ENGLISH

GERMAN

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FRENCH beginner

WORK EXPERIENCE [Office Manager/Draftsperson] ARTIFEX INDUSTRIES, INC. 17 - Current RHINOCEROS X X X X X X X X X

RHINO-CAM X X X X X X X X

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Office Manager and Lead Draftsperson at Artifex Industries; a custom, full service construction firm in San Luis Obispo, CA. The firm specializes in additions, remodels and new construction.

[Student Technician] CAL POLY DIGITAL FABRICATION LAB 16 - Current Tasked with overseeing daily operations; including laser cutting, 3D printing, CNC routing and plasma cutting. Fully trained and well versed in all digital fabrication programs and machinery.

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AUTO CAD X X X X X X X X X

[Intern / Draftsperson] HATCH DESIGN ARCHITECTURE 15 - 17 Summer intern and later draftsperson/renderer for an architecture firm based in Boise, ID. Internship included drafting, website/brochure design, project photography and client outreach.

PHOTOSHOP

EDUCATION

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INDESIGN X X X X X X X X

ILLUSTRATOR

[3rd Year Architecture Student] CA. POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIVERSITY 15 - Current Accredited Bachelors of Architecture

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INTERESTS

LIGHTROOM X X X X X X X

Photography

Percussion

Craftsmanship

Orienteering

Backpacking

Motorcycling


TABLE OF CONTENTS CIVIC CENTER FALL 2017

01 RAPTOR REHAB. FALL 2016

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AIRPORT SLO SPRING 2017

02 APPENDIX 2017/18

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CIVIC CENTER

Radical / humane integration of life for Uptown Oakland, CA. [Study Magner, Fall 2017]

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GRIEF ECSTASY A study of portraying emotions through physical form. Guided by two dimensional diagrams and created with real-world boolean effects. Startegies used range from plaster drip-over and embedding objects in resin to casting rockite over existing forms to create new shape.

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Physical models transferred into digital models to represent a generator idea of the building concept. This generator was then molded to fit the building envelope more closely. The new civic center will spill onto the streets, surge upward and fracture above the skyline. It confornts, challenges and deteriorates the norm to impose a new reality for the creative and unbounded mind. The project establishes an infrastructure for the arts, providing a locale for people to anchor their beliefs, merge their creativity and diffuse their ideas.

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GROUND FLOOR ALLEY

TELEGRAPH AVE

INDOOR GALLERY

AMPITHEATER/OFFICE

BROADWAY

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AIRPORT SAN LUIS OBISPO

Exciting and cheerful representation of culture and the arts in San Luis Obispo, CA. [Studio Chandrika, Spring 2017]

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Top: Heavy-timber parabolic curve roof structure, representing flight through increasing undulation, Bottom: Waiting/Courtyard Section.

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RAPTOR REHABILITATION MORRO BAY Studio Washington redesigned an existing Pacific Wildlife Center in Morro Bay, CA. Focus of the project was set largely on raptor rehabilitation. It therefore features a large aviary allowing raptors to practice different manouvers as a part of their rehabilitation before being released back into the wild. The Rehabilitation Center also includes a museum accesible to tourists. This museum showcases all functions surrounding rehabilitation. Surgeries can be viewed through a one-way glazed window, tunnels and boardwalks lead through the aviary and visitors can even watch bird shows in the integrated ampitheater, located on the adjacent hill. The smooth integration of tourism and raptor rehabilitation was one of the most important aspects, for which interior spaces were very carefully subdivided to find the perfect balance between both.

‘Raptor Rehabilitation’ A complete redesign for the Pacific Wildlife Center in Morro Bay, CA. [Studio Washington, Fall 2016]

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WALL SECTION (Second Floor) 1”:1’-0” Vinyl Membrane Roofing

Plywood Roof Sheating 2”x6” Wooden Roof Rafter

2”x6” Wooden Top Plate

2”x6” Wooden Ceiling Joist Drywall

Steel Support Bracket Raptor Aviary Steel Pipe Support

3” Corrugated Sheet Metal

Plywood Wall Sheating

2”x6” Wooden Stud

2”x6” Wooden Bottom Plate Diamond Plate Aluminum Flooring Solid Wood Strip Flooring

Plywood Subflooring

South-East SECTION 1/8”:1’-0”

2”x10” Wooden Floor Joist

2”x6” Wooden Top Plate Drywall 2”x6” Wooden Stud

Top left: Raptor Rehabilitation and Museum Site Plan, Top Right: Second Floor Wall Section, Bottom: East Facing Building Section

08 North SECTION 1/8”:1’-0”


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APPENDIX WORKS BUILT/ IN PROGRESS

Lead Draftsperson for Artifex Industries, Inc. [Property of Artifex Industries, Inc.]

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Residential kitchen, bedroom and bathroom addition currently being constructed in Atascadero, CA. Plans approved by City of Atascadero on December 18th, 2017. Project completion date set for end of April, 2018. Completed entire permitting packet, including all architecturals, structurals as well as details.

Drafted entirety of Project 17-0004 Permitting Packet. [Property of Artifex Industries, Inc.]

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LEVI SCHMITT leschmit@calpoly.edu (208) 473-6734

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leschmit@calpoly.edu (208) 473-6734

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