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Adam Rodriguez

Adam Rodriguez

Duarte, CA, US

 

About 

I am a young creative individual that brings energy and talent to the table. A recent graduate from the Southern California Institute of Architecture, with experience working in an award winning architecture Studio. I true team member with strong leadership and collaborative skills. 

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Michael W Folonis, Architects, Santa Monica, CA, US, Architectural Intern

• Intern team leader, managed team into effective unit.
• Sole Intern selected to present in client meeting to discuss feasibility in Los Angeles Hillside ordinances for Case Study House #18 addition.
• Coordinated with design teams on program massing and problem solving.
• Consistently meeting or staying under projects budget and hours.
• Continuously meeting or beating project or task deadlines.
• Propelled Intern team in feasibility research, compiling code and community overlay district ordinances.
• Contacted vendors and coordinated information with design leaders.
• Contributed design concepts to design teams during various project phases.

Nov 2014 - Apr 2016
 

TD Thornton Group, Inc, Mountain View, CA, US, Assistant Project Manager

• Directly assisted CEO in project management and office coordination.
• Researched residential and commercial realty in order to find potential investment leads.
• Coordinated business meetings with potential clients and reviewed portfolios for qualifications.
• Maintained records by attending city council meetings.
• Assisted management with business properties keeping investments profitable.
• Responsible for maintaining all financial records for the business.

Jul 2007 - Sep 2009
 

Education 

Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), Los Angeles, CA, US, BArch, Undergraduate

The program is focused on the discipline of architecture in terms of its history, theory, and techniques, and on the practice of architecture in terms of building technologies, innovative means of construction, and professional practice. The program’s core is the design studio, where students build visual literacy, learn design skills, test ideas, and receive continuous, personal feedback on their work from faculty. The studio faculty is made up of practicing architects rather than pure academics, which allows students a window into the real life of an architect as well as options for pursuing professional internships outside of school.

Sep 2011 - Apr 2016
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills