Angelica Larriu

Angelica Larriu

Houston, TX, US


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To whom it may concern,
I am a harworker and a great team player. For the past 5 years I have been working on my Masters degree
from Andrews University in Michigan. I have learned that Architecture is not solely an art form or expression. It affects the people, who inhabit the buildings; it affects the location and environment in which a building is designed. Architecture should be a holistic design, which encompasses its surroundings through the use of the environment, or the spaces it generates, whether good or bad. It should be more than just a building. It’s a piece of a puzzle, that when designed well can then create a masterpiece.
I am interested in bringing these strengths to your company and hope to grow, as an individual that one-day will become an Architect with a mission to serve humanity.


Andrews University School of Architecture, Berrien Springs, MI, Archiving Assistant

• Introduced a much more efficient archiving system to classify student projects
• Assist in the visual display exhibits of the department of Architecture
• Organized student projects for the Architecture Accreditation Board

May 2010 - Dec 2012

Architecture Mission Group, Berrien Springs, MI, Architecture Intern Practicum

• Modeled academic buildings using Revit
• Assisted in the design and the CDs of the Andrews Archeological Horn Museum
• Met with clients to discuss goals & objectives for the Archeological Horn Museum on a $20,000 budget
• Worked on computer renderings using Revit and Photoshop

May 2012 - Aug 2012

American Textile Recycling Service, Houston Tx, Translator/Assisted the Executive director or Accounting

• Translate company newsletters ranging from 4-5 pages every month from English to Spanish
• Recorded payroll, and company expenses using QuickBooks
• Managed distribution of correspondence

May 2010 - Aug 2012

SIFE, Berrien Springs, MI, US, Project Volunteer

• Assisted project director in project, “Teach A Student About Business”
• Taught business fundamentals of entrepreneurship to three different pathfinder groups

May 2011 - Jan 2012

Habitat for Humanity "Volunteer", Benton Harbor, MI, US, Volunteer

• Assisted in the construction of affordable housing units
• Constructed roof trusses, structural walls with 2x4 members, and assist in raising up the walls and trusses

May 2010 - Aug 2010


Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI, US, MArch, Architecture Studies

Also Completed a Minor in Spanish Studies

Aug 2009 - Dec 2012

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