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Jeffrey Dahl

Jeffrey Dahl

San Francisco, CA

 

About 

SF Bay Area based architectural designer.

Elsewhere:

Employment 

City and County of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, US, Architectural Assistant

Aug 2011 - current
 

Beacon Electric, Pacifica, CA, US, Electrical Apprentice / Project Coordinator

Work under supervision of a licensed electrical contractor doing tasks such as electrical wiring, fixture installation, and outlet and receptacle installation. Also in charge of material research and drawing lighting and electrical plans for permits

Mar 2007 - current
 

W3 Architects, Venice, CA, US, Junior Designer

Tasks included demographic, technical, and material research, site analysis, conceptual design, schematic design, design development, and weekly presentations with client

Jan 2009 - May 2009
 

Thompson Studio Architects, San Francisco, CA, US, Junior Designer

As an intern organized material libraries. Worked up to a design position doing schematic design, design development, construction documents, client meetings, vendor research, and planning department issues

May 2006 - Aug 2007
 

Education 

Columbia University, Masters, Advanced Architectural Design

Post-Professional Masters Degree

Jun 2010 - May 2011
 

Woodbury University, BArch, Architecture

5 year professional Bachelors degree (NAAB Accredited)
Graduated Magna Cum Laude
Recipient of New Alumni Achievement Award
Summer traveling studio to China, Germany, France, and Italy

Aug 2005 - May 2010
 

Awards 

New Alumni Achievement Award, Award

Awarded to the single student of the entire graduating class whom best exemplifies academic, personal, and community achievements while attending Woodbury University

2010
 

1st Place in ACSA/AISC Student Steel Design Competition, 1st Place

Steel Design Competition focused on the creative use of structural steel in a design solution, with response of the design to its surrounding context, and response to basic architectural concepts such as human activity needs, structural integrity, and coherence of architectural vocabulary. Program and site were open.

2009
 

AIA San Fernando Valley Student Design Award, Scholarship

AIA student award judged on academic portfolio.

2008
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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