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Julia Andrulewich

Julia Andrulewich

Philadelphia, PA, US

 

About 

I am a graduate of Drexel University with a BS in Architecture. I am working full time at Johnsrud & Associates, LLC as an administrator for the office, LEED projects, and other projects as necessary.

Employment 

Johnsrud & Associates Architects, Trevose, PA, US, Administrator

Nov 2012 - current
 

Historic Philadelphia, Inc., Philadelphia, PA, US, Admissions Supervisor at the Betsy Ross House

Part-time admissions supervisor at the Betsy Ross House
Greet guests and complete ticket transactions
Provide information about the history of Betsy Ross and the House
Supervise employees and House operations, including opening and closing the House and gift shop

Jul 2010 - Nov 2012
 

Boxwood Architects LLC, Philadelphia, PA, US, Architectural Intern

Office administrative duties such as sorting correspondence, answering and directing calls, scheduling office events, etc.
Design development and construction documentation using mainly ArchiCAD
Assembling and organizing LEED applications and paperwork
Attend civic association meetings and presentations

Nov 2011 - Jul 2012
 

Peter F. Arfaa, Architects, PC, Philadelphia, PA, US, Architectural Intern

Design development, construction documentation, and construction administration, using mainly AutoCad
Code research for medical facilities in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey
Administrative duties

Oct 2007 - Feb 2009
 

Education 

Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, US, Bachelors, General Studies

I attended Drexel's six-year 2+4 option for Bachelor's of Science with a concentration in Architecture and a minor in History. I was a full-time student for two years until I started working full-time and attending classes in the evening. I graduated in June 2011.

Sep 2005 - Jun 2011
 

Awards 

Alpha Rho Chi Award, Award

"In 1931, the Grand Council of Alpha Rho Chi established the Alpha Rho Chi Medal to "encourage professional leadership by regarding student accomplishment; promote the ideals of professional service by acknowledging distinctive individual contributions to social life; and stimulate professional merit by commending qualities in the student not necessarily pertaining to scholarship".

"The Alpha Rho Chi Medal is offered each year to over 100 schools of architecture, whose faculty select a graduating senior they feel best exemplifies these qualities."

2010
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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