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David-Craig Dixon

David-Craig Dixon

Las Cruces, NM, US

 

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About 

I am a graduate from Texas Tech University and graduate with my Masters of Architecture.

I have worked for 3J Builders General Contractors in the Vail Valley Colorado, collaborating with them full-time in 2008 and have been involved in freelance and contract work since that time. 

My wife and I decided to return home to pursue the next stage of our life back in Las Cruces, NM. I am currently serving as a Service Manager and Lead Apple Technician for Checkpoint Services Inc, a Premium Apple Authorized Service Provider in El Paso, TX. I have worked with and specialized in Apple Computers since 2005, I have held Apple Certifications throughout at that same time period. 

I also am a freelance architectural and graphic designer while holding my current position at Checkpoint Services Inc.

 

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Checkpoint Services Inc., El Paso, TX, US, Service Manager and Lead Apple Technician

Currently working as the head Apple Technicain for an Authorized Apple Service Provider. I perform warranty + non-warranty technical service on Apple + Windows based computers. I specialize in Apple computer repair work and have worked w/ three different AASP and Apple Global Service Exchange over the last six years. I manage the service repair lab and, work w/ a team of technicians + sales associates. I work daily w/ customers in one-to-one situation to troubleshoot computer + service related issues. While working for these AASP I have managed to dramatically increase their overall raiting, production + efficency.

Jan 2011 - current
 

Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, US, Graduate Assistant

Graduate Assistant for Design Studio One in the College of Architecture, working with Associate Dean Brian Rex and Visiting Professor Zach Pauls. Led three separate sections of 40 students in various design projects focusing on model constructs + installations. Constructs made of recycled + highly repeatable items. Also assisted Associate Professor / Associate Dean of Academics with research projects based in Lubbock, TX. Assisted in collecting data about the city of Lubbock + created various diagrams + drawings.

Aug 2009 - May 2010
 

USGBC Students Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, US, Webmaster

Managed nationally recognized organization’s webpage + social networking sites + similar sites for an organization of 80 - 100 members. Webpage built using iWeb + MS Front Page. Also responsible for organizations digital media + online / printed advertising.

Jan 2008 - May 2010
 

3J Builders - General Contractor, Minturn, CO, US, Office Manager / Asst. Designer

Various duties all relating to managing a construction firm specializing in multi-million dollar residences. Office manager duties consisted of handling + organizing payroll, contracts + billing related issues. Design work consisted of different interior + exterior elements on three multi-million dollar residential projects.

Jan 2007 - Dec 2009
 

Education 

Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, US, MArch, Architecture

Aug 2008 - May 2010
 

Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, US, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2004 - Dec 2007
 

Awards 

Historic Green New Orleans (Scholarship), Scholarship

Scholarship to participate in the Historic Green Rebuild project in New Orleans, LA.

Scholarship was awarded by the North Texas USGBC Chapter.

2010
 

Historic Green New Orleans (Scholarship), Scholarship

Scholarship to participate in the Historic Green Rebuild project in New Orleans, LA.

Scholarship was awarded by the North Texas USGBC Chapter.

2009
 

Texas Tech - Cum Laude, Other

Undergraduate Nomination - Graduated w/ Honors - 3.5+ GPA

2007
 

Published in Form-Z Joint Study Report, Other

Published in Form-Z Joint Study Report

2006
 

Published in Form-Z Joint Study Report, Other

Published in Form-Z Joint Study Report

2005
 

College of Architecture - Dean’s List, Nomination

Dean's List merit based on GPA per each semester. Was named to Dean's List: Fall 2004 - Fall 2005 Spring 2007 - Fall 2007

2004
 

Skills 



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