Morgan Pinch

Morgan Pinch

Plano, TX, US





Womack + Hampton Architects, L.L.C., Dallas, TX, US, Intern Architect

Sep 2013 - current

Butzer Gardner Architects, Oklahoma City, OK, US, Architecture Intern (Contract)

Currently working on a full-time contract basis to help with the following projects: St. Paul's Cathedral West Garden and the Midtown Urban Renewal Plan

May 2013 - Sep 2013

University of Oklahoma Information Technology, Norman, OK, US, Learning Experience Leader

1. Ensure that all computers and printers in the lab are working as intended.
2. Proactively assist all customers of the labs with hardware, software, or other issues they may experience.
3. Test the assisted services equipment, scanning equipment, and each printer for functionality.
4. Ensure that printing and office supplies are fully stocked.
5. Execute a repair process for any faulty equipment including troubleshooting the issue, creating a case, escalating as necessary, and initiating appropriate service requests.
6. Clean up lab areas, including disposing of trash, consumables, and used toner cartridges.
7. Verify the physical inventory on hand against the inventory website; stock labs as needed.
8. Provide feedback and suggestions to enhance the service provided by IT.

Aug 2011 - May 2013

Frankfurt Short Bruza Associates, P.C. (FSB), Oklahoma City, OK, US, Architectural Intern

1. Construction Documents
2. Site Visits
3. Field Reports
4. Revit/BIM modeling

Worked on various projects including multiple schools, hangars, and an office tower.

Feb 2012 - May 2012

IA Interior Architects, Dallas, TX, US, Junior Designer

1. Test Fits
2. Construction Documents
3. Material Selections and Specifications
4. Connecting and working with product vendors
5. Field Verificatins
6. Submittals & Transmittals
7. Organizing the materials library

Jun 2011 - Aug 2011


The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, US, BArch, Architecture

Bachelor of Architecture (5-year professional degree)
Minor in General Business

Focus on Architecture, Business, and Urban Design

Aug 2008 - May 2013


Who's Who Among American Universities and Colleges, Award

Selections to Who’s Who Among Students are made each fall by individual schools. Campus nominating committees, created to nominate the upper-classmen and graduate students eligible for the program, are composed of representatives from the faculty, administration and student body.

This procedure of nomination succeeds in highlighting the individual and diverse service to community and school. These are the students who enhance the positive image of the American students through their contributions to community and school. Because curricular and extracurricular programs at schools vary greatly, each college is assigned a quota of nominees. This quota is carefully calculated to ensure a well-rounded representation of the student body. All nominations must be endorsed by a college’s faculty or administration.


Dallas Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute Foundation Scholarship Recipient, Scholarship

The Dallas CSI Foundation is a non-profit corporation established by the Dallas Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute to promote education in the field of architecture, architectural engineering, and construction science and technology. The Foundation’s objective is to promote future advancement of the construction industry through education by providing undergraduate scholarships to deserving students in these fields of study.


Project Rendering Published in Promotional Video, Award

Rendering of the studio project concerning a National Weather Museum & Science Center project were published in a promotional video to raise funds and interest in the project.


Areas of Specialization