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Matthew S. Goyak 10 Elm Court, Anderson, IN 46011 (home address) 847-867-1547 (cell) goy972@aol.com Education and Awards Masters of Architecture: University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign. GPA: 3.87 (2009-2011)  Graduate Design Prize Winner (Fall 2010); Design Prize Nominee (every semester)  Peterson Prize Honorable Mention: Surveyed historic structures under HABS guidelines. Completed a digital recreation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Bradley House in CAD and sketchup.  Hastings Memorial Fellowship: Full tuition/fees plus stipend for 3 semesters Bachelor of Arts in Architecture: Ball State University. GPA: 3.95, Summa Cum Laude (2004-2008)  AIA Henry Adams Medal Award: for the top-ranked graduating architecture student  Senior Capstone Design Competition: First place winner for the design of a charter school  GBC Habitat for Humanity Competition: First place for Indiana, design of a Habitat Home  History of Architecture Award: awarded to one graduate based on scholarly writings  Academic Honors in Writing: portfolio submission winner. 1 of 12 from entire university Work History and Skills 2011-Present

2011-2012

2010-2011

2008-2009

Previously

Barnes Architects, LLC, Intern Architect --Help coordinate, design, and prepare full construction document sets for various project types, including high–end residential, interior, and commercial projects (casino, dealerships, schools) --Work includes code and permit revisions, specifications editing, and file/drawing management. --IDP credit is over 2/3 completed as of January 2013 Volunteer at Habitat for Humanity --Aided with the construction and rehabilitation of a Victorian-era historical home in Elgin, Illinois. --Gained practical knowledge of construction technique and preservation design. Teaching Assistant for the Department of Architectural History and Preservation at UIUC --Graded reports, aided the professor, and lectured to over 200 undergraduates and graduates in the classes “Rome: The Eternal City” and “World History of Architecture” Raths, Raths, and Johnson Forensic Architects and Engineers, Intern Architect --Helped create repair drawings and construction documents for structures experiencing issues ranging from structural collapse to air and water infiltration --Performed diagnostics, including concrete core sampling, frost-point analyses, sealant cohesion/adhesion tests, mounted spray rack tests, and other ASTM approved investigations --Assisted the P.M. with project reports, graphic presentations, litigation support, and client meetings. High-profile commissions included the John Hancock Tower, the St. Louis Art Museum, Fountain Square, Ocean Beach Condominiums, and others --Certified scaffold user and Construction Document Technologist from CSI. Member of PCI Non-Professional Work Experience --Head of Seasonal Department and cashier at Hobby Lobby Inc. (2006) --Cashier at Cub Foods Grocery Store (2005)

Program Knowledge: Advanced: Autocad 2004-2012, Rhinoceros and Flamingo, Sketch-Up, Kerkythea, Form-Z, Adobe Suite, MS Office. Average: Revit 2013, 3D Studio Max, Energy-10,Therm, Dreamweaver, Flash


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