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JON NUESSLE

JON NUESSLE issuu.com/nuesslearchitect nuesslearchitect@gmail.com 314-591-2053

Ambitious architecture intern who believes that quality design should not only service the needs of those using it, but also promote growth and development on a multitude of levels whether it be intellectually, physically or spiritually. Architecture should be a form of beneficial expression, for it is an art that should stand the test of time and provide for those who experience it. While succeeding in classes both in and out of the architecture curriculum, I have been recognized by professionals and professors as one of the top members of my class with a strong desire to learn and progress, designing both creative, yet buildable structures. I have served as a mentor for underclassmen within the architecture program. Skills

Education

Awards

Exceptional modeling and rendering skills using Revit and Sketchup, enhanced with Adobe Photoshop Construction Document experience in Revit and AutoCAD Additional skills in hand drafting, sketching, building physical models Proficiency in Adobe InDesign, Microsoft Office 2013 - Study Abroad Program, Drury University, Aegina, Greece 2010 - 2015, Masters of Architecture Degree, Drury University, Springfield, MO 2010 - 2015, Minor in Art History 2010 - 2015, Minor in Global Studies 2014 - Alan Bates Memorial Scholarship Recipient 2012 - AIA - St. Louis Scholarship Recipient 2011 - AIA - Springfield Scholarship Recipient 2011 - Marvin Windows Design Competition Winner 2010 - Drury University Presidential Scholarship Recipient

Affiliations

2013 - 2015, Drury Design Build Club, Co-President 2013 - 2015, Tau Sigma Delta Architecture Honor Society, Drury University, Member 2011 - 2012, AIAS - Drury University, Public Relations Officer, Events Chair 2010 - 2015, AIAS - Drury University, Member 2010 - 2015, Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Society, Member

Experience

2014-Present, Intern, Buxton Kubik Dodd Creative, Springfield, MO, 750 IDP Hours A full-time internship during the summer of 2014 and winter of 2014-2015. Was able to maintain a parttime internship throughout the 2014-2015 academic year while taking a full course load. Developed schematic designs alongside both junior and senior architects, prepared presentation material for clients and aided in producing construction documents. 2013 - 2014, Intern, M+H Architects, St. Louis, MO, 450 IDP Hours A full-time internship during the summer of 2013 and winter of 2013-2014. Primarily worked in correcting and updating construction documents. Also prepared exhibits for clients and modeled schematic designs digitally.

References

David Beach Assistant Professor of Architecture (417) 873-7055 dbeach01@drury.edu

Robert Weddle Interim Director of the Hammons School of Architecture (417) 873-7450 rweddle@drury.edu


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