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Rob Fausz

Rob Fausz

Oxford, OH, US

 

About 

Current Master in Architecture student possessing strong passion for design and details. Enjoys the daily challenges of pushing a project from concept to reality, including construction drawings, space planning, and client interaction. Believe the role of the architect originates from within, not with the commencement of each project. Aspire to influence lives through modest, intentional, and sympathetic architecture. Currently conducting thesis directly related to growth and development in the Rocky Mountain Region. Experienced with firm culture, yet looking to receive training in the design and implementation of ski resort architecture sympathetic to a Rocky Mountain Vernacular while continuing cautious practices of the surrounding environment, wildlife, and related industry.

Elsewhere:

Employment 

University of Cincinnati, Student Intern

While in the employment of the University of Cincinnati, I met and worked with department heads regarding projects within the department. In addition, I designed the prototypical lab station used by students in research environments. The time spent with UC P+D+C allowed me to refine my skills in AutoCAD, SketchUp, Illustrator, and Photoshop.

Jan 2009 - May 2009
 

BHDP Architecture, Student Intern

I was hired into the Science and Technologies division of BHDP where I worked on various projects within the medical field, ranging from domestic clientele to international work in Dubai. I became proficient with AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, and began an introduction into BIM modeling. With a fellow intern, led an ADA continuing education seminar.

Jul 2008 - Oct 2008
 

Perkins Eastman, Student Intern

At Perkins Eastman, I worked with the Health Care and Assisted Living division to deliver an architecture aesthetic deeply rooted in a more sensitive and human foundation. In addition, I received invaluable on site training and experience with contractors and structural engineers. As a Student Intern, I was able to experience the culture of architectural firms, as well as continue my education in various architectural programs.

Jan 2008 - May 2008
 

Perkins Eastman, Student Intern

At Perkins Eastman, I worked with the Health Care and Assisted Living division to deliver an architecture aesthetic deeply rooted in a more sensitive and human foundation. In addition, I received invaluable on site training and experience with contractors and structural engineers. As a Student Intern, I was able to experience the culture of architectural firms, as well as continue my education in various architectural programs.

Jul 2007 - Oct 2007
 

Education 

Miami University, MArch, Architecture

Jul 2009 - current
 

University of Cincinnati, Bachelors, Architecture

Oct 2005 - Jul 2009
 

Awards 

Eagle Scout, Award

Only 2% of scouts reach the rank of Eagle.

2004
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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