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Celso Rojas

Celso Rojas

San Francisco, CA, US

 

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About 

Employment 

Studio (R+B) Roldán+Berengué, arqts, Barcelona, Spain www.roldanberengue.com, Barcelona, ES, Junior Architect

- Produced drawings and photographed progress for multiple projects in various stages of development
- Designed graphics for website

HOUSING PROJECT IN HORTA, Barcelona
- Site visit and photographic reports
- Development of drawings and photos of project’s current state

REFORM OF A COMMERCIAL SPACE TO THE NEW BAC HEADQUARTERS, Barcelona
- Photographic report of construction process

CATALAN INSTITUTE OF ECONOMISTS HEADQUARTERS, Barcelona
- Site visit and photographic reports

BARCELONA ARCHITECTURE CENTER
- Assistance in events organization and welcome reception of the BAC students.
- Edition of the students project books and promotional flyers for publications and the web.

May 2014 - Aug 2014
 

Jauregui Architect Builders, Austin, TX, US, Construction Intern

- Worked in the construction department as part of the design-build process
- Managed lists of purchase orders and contracts for current project in Houston
- Utilized plans, specifications and schedules to execute “take-off’s” of required building materials
- Communicated with Architects, Construction Managers, subcontractors and vendors to complete contracts

Aug 2011 - Dec 2011
 

Education 

Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, US, MArch, MArch

Aug 2012 - current
 

The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, US, Bachelors, Urban Studies

Jul 2009 - Dec 2011
 

Awards 

Alpha Rho Chi Medal, Award

Established in 1931 by the Grand Council of Alpha Rho Chi; awarded each year upon nomination from the faculty in the Department of Architecture to a graduating student in the MARCH program to encourage professional leadership by rewarding student accomplishment; awarded for leadership, service to school or department and promise of real professional merit through his or her attitude and personality.
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2015
 

George Bush Presidential Library Foundation Travel Grant, Scholarship

The George Bush Foundation provides annual travel grants to undergraduate and graduate students from each of the academic colleges at Texas A&M University for various educational opportunities. These grants facilitate student travel connected with their research topics (attending academic conferences, research projects or study, or internships in the United States or abroad). Students should contact their academic departments for more information. - See more at: http://bush41.org/grants-awards#sthash.sc3NbVsc.dpuf

2014
 

CLAR General Scholarship, Scholarship

2014
 

Texas A&M University Study Abroad Scholarship, Scholarship

2014
 

Texas Aggie Graduate Grant, Scholarship

2014
 

2014 AIA AAH Steris Student Design Charrette, Other

Student teams from four universities are selected each year to participate in the Student Design Charrette held in conjunction with the AIA/AAH Fall Conference. The Charrette planning committee creates a specific project program that will be introduced to participating teams upon arrival at the conference. The Charrette is scheduled to take place over approximately a 48-hour period preceding the conference.

2014
 

Community First! Tiny House Competition, 2nd Place

Tiny houses challenge designers to design sustainably by prioritizing needs, identifying efficiencies, and reflecting on differences between needs and wants. Student teams will design a tiny house and produce the related design documents, estimate, and schedule.

Winning designs will serve as the starting point for the course ARCH/COSC 489 in the Spring 2015 semester, where interdisciplinary student teams will complete design and build the tiny houses.

2014
 

Texas Aggie Graduate Grant, Grant

2013
 

Mattia J. Flabiano, Jr. Southwest Terrazzo Association, Scholarship

2013
 

Architecture Graduate Program Scholarship, Scholarship

2013
 

Member, Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society in Architecture and the Allied Arts, Award

Tau Sigma Delta s primary objective is to celebrate excellence in scholarship, to stimulate mental achievement, and to award those students who attain high scholastic standing of membership in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and allied arts of Design by the rewards of membership in an honor society.

Invitation to the Alpha Alpha Chapter at Texas A&M University is based on your outstanding academic achievements and recognizes the top 20 percent of juniors, seniors and graduate students in the College of Architecture.

2013
 

Roy Scholarship, Scholarship

2008
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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