Matthew Muir

Matthew Muir

Missoula, MT, US



Decorated and highly motivated Navy Veteran. Proficient draftsman with a strong essential knowledge of design development, construction documents, specifications, bidding, contracts and construction administration. Comprehensive training and experience with Autodesk Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe creative suites, and Parametric design with an emphasis on digital fabrication technologies. A strong foundation of office standards and best practices. Member of the Navy Reserve and committed team player with a Can-Do attitude and professional bearing.


A&E Architects, Missoula, MT, US, Architect In Training

Project production and development in advanced IDIQ and historical typologies to include: US Forest Service, National Park Service and NIH.

Office BIM & Revit Deployment to include: Training and procedures manuals, best practices, cost effective methods and firm-wide implementation.

Jul 2015 - current

DSA Architects, Helena, MT, US, Architect In Training

Project development to include: Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Documents, Bidding and Construction Administration.

Provisional responsibility for specifications, RFI & ASI, submittals, substitutions, change orders, cost estimates and construction administration.

Apr 2013 - Oct 2014

Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, US, Software Support Specialist

Lead on software workshops to include: Design-build seminars, Building Information Modeling (BIM), digital fabrication and Parametric design for faculty and students.

Office manager of print room facilities and tier one information technology support to include: large format scanners and plotters, 3D Digitizers, 3D Printers and CNC Mills.

Sep 2008 - Jan 2013

Potter Clinton Development, Bozeman, MT, US, Landscape Architecture Intern

Responsible for review, approval and inspection of new and existing construction within Potter Clinton Development’s (PCD) development projects.

Accountability and conflict resolution of: city and county building codes, federal and state regulations and development project covenants.

Nov 2006 - Aug 2008

United States Navy, Sasebo, JP, Information Systems Technician Second Class (E-5)

· Collaborated in the design for the Subic Bay International Amphibious Complex (IAC - Subic Bay) to including; feasibility studies, cost analysis and site planning; Coordinated fifteen professional fields, across six languages.

· Collaborated in a “Green Navy Construction Model” formulating new renovation methods for existing military structures reducing cost, environmental impact and energy consumption of ship and shore facilities.

· Crafted construction document sets and details for multiple base renovations and new construction, as well as technical drawings for the installation of internal classified networks.

Jun 2003 - Nov 2006


Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, US, MArch, Architecture

Masters Of Architecture

Jan 2011 - May 2012

Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, US, Architecture

Bachelors Of Arts - Environmental Design

Nov 2006 - Dec 2010

Information Systems A-School, US Naval Training Command - Greatlakes, IL, Certification

Jan 2003 - Jul 2003



Nachtsheim/Nordling Architectural Scholarship, Scholarship


Pella Windows and Doors Scholarship, Scholarship


Areas of Specialization