Fernan Alcala

Fernan Alcala

Orlando, FL, US

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As a recent graduate of the Architecture program at Roger Williams
University, along with emerging experience as an architectural drafter, I am
poised to offer a comprehensive education, analytical aptitude, and the
ability to effectively communicate across multiple levels of an
organization. I am eager to apply my strong work ethic and passion for
architectural discourse to a position that will help an organization grow
their capabilities.

I have keen knowledge in the following areas:
• Project Management
• Drafting & Design
• Building Codes
• Digital Drafting & Rendering
• Quality Assurance
• Compliance
• Client Relations
I am technically-savvy and proficient in Autodesk Revit and AutoCAD, Adobe
Illustrator and Photoshop, Rhinoceros 5, Sketchup and Microsoft Office
Suite, with a willingness to master new technology and tools.
Please feel free to contact me with any thoughts, comments, or questions
about my work!



Neiel Group LLC, Orlando, FL, US, Freelance Architectural Drafter

• Craft various residential and commercial architectural designs and
drawings for regional general contractor, ensuring utmost technical accuracy
of deliverables.
• Apply architectural principles, knowledge of Florida building codes, and
thorough understanding of residential and commercial building construction
to coordinate all aspects of project submissions, including calculating
design computations, writing technical reports, designing plans, and
championing detail planning.
• Demonstrate excellence in using modeling and rendering programs to develop
quality designs and documentation, such as, Autodesk AutoCAD and Revit.
• Employ exceptional time management, organizational skills, and
resourcefulness to effectively prioritize tasks and handle multiple
• Exceeded expectations by having two major renovations of existing
restaurant facilities approved after short time in role.

Mar 2021 - current


Roger Williams University, Bristol Campus, Bachelors, Architecture

Aug 2016 - May 2020