Angelica Larriu-Grau

Angelica Larriu-Grau

White Plains, NY, US



With Gods help and direction, my goal is to increase my creativity, knowledge, and experience in helping people produce innovative designs.

I am driven and work very well in a team environment were I am able to show my passion and dedication while producing results. I strive in a place that value my contribution to the growth of the firm and rewards those with a strong work ethic. I can deliver results in the face of adversity, while thinking outside the box and coming up with creative ideas which subsequently, will help the company's bottom line.


NDA Architects, White Plains, NY, US, Assistant Project Manager

-Mentoring of junior staff
-Leading and managing architectural projects
-Overseeing and coordinating the work of outside consultants
-Overseeing the production of existing condition drawings
-Understanding and interpreting applicable regulatory codes
-Preparing highly detailed construction drawings
-Analyzing and selecting building materials and systems
-Planning board / Zoning board presentations

Aug 2014 - current

SBWV Architects, Houston, TX, US, Intermediate Architect/ Designer

- Designed Site Plan for Queens Middle School
- Assisted in the design of Queens Middle School from SD until CD
- Worked on various renovation school projects from SD until CD
- Modeled various schools in 3d using Revit
- Produced photo realistic renderings for clients

Dec 2013 - May 2014

Insite Architecture, Cypress, TX, US, Architecture Intern

- Designed CDs for two different models, for an affordable housing project
- Worked on Affordable housing electrical plans
- Analyzed a residential site plan and strategized to add more green common spaces into the site
- Manually Rendered various sites on Photoshop using the Wacom tablet
- Worked on material boards for interior design

Apr 2013 - Jun 2013

Architecture Mission Group, Berrien Springs, MI, Architecture Intern Practicum

- Modeled academic buildings using Revit
- Assisted in the design and the CDs of the Andrews Archeological Horn Museum
- Met with clients to discuss goals & objectives for the Archeological Horn Museum on a $20,000 budget
- Worked on Project Budget and Program for an Academy proposal in Africa
- Assisted in the remodeling of an all boys orphange in Bolivia

May 2012 - Aug 2012

SIFE, Berrien Springs, MI, US, Project Volunteer

• Assisted project director in project, “Teach A Student About Business”
• Taught business fundamentals of entrepreneurship to three different pathfinder groups

May 2011 - Jan 2012

Habitat for Humanity "Volunteer", Benton Harbor, MI, US, Volunteer

• Assisted in the construction of affordable housing units
• Constructed roof trusses, structural walls with 2x4 members, and assist in raising up the walls and trusses

May 2010 - Aug 2010


Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI, US, MArch, Architecture Studies

Also Completed a Minor in Spanish Studies

Aug 2009 - Dec 2012

Areas of Specialization