Robert Klingerman

Robert Klingerman

Langhorne, PA, US



I'm a senior at Penn College of Technology and will be graduating in May with a Bachelor’s degree in Building Science and Sustainable Design. I will also have an associate’s degree in Architectural Technology and a minor degree in Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship.


Throughout my curriculum at Penn College the studying of architecture and sustainable design has provided me with the necessary tools, skills, and knowledge to create an efficient building that also connects with the environment. I have recently earned my LEED Green Associate Certification through the U.S. Green Building Council.


I have completed numerous projects using software’s such as Revit, AutoCAD, Google SketchUp, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, and many others. My online website page ( contains my portfolio and resume as well as a number of projects completed using the programs mentioned. The projects include a number of buildings, sculptures and models that I have designed. I would like to point out to you the NEXUS Sculpture project. This was created by using 100% recycled cardboard. I found this particular project quite intriguing due to the fact that we linked architecture and sustainability together.



Target, Langhorne, PA, US, Backroom Team Member

Assist customers in hardlines and softlines, dealing with guest request items, pulling stock off the shelves, overview of the department.

Dec 2015 - Jan 2016

Sesame Place, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, Langhorne, PA, US, Aquatics, Team Lead

In-charge of guest and employee safety and satisfaction, teamwork, and time management skills, lifeguard certified in CPR & AED, overview of the organization and park environment.

May 2005 - May 2014


Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport, PA, US, BArch, Building Science and Sustainable Design

The Building Science and Sustainable Design major promotes a healthier, more energy efficient way to build which reduces negative environmental impacts and slows the depletion of natural resources. Students study sustainable approaches to materials, construction, site design, building design, and the generation and conservation of energy. In addition, students receive training in building science fundamentals related to the measurement of building performance. Students also learn skills vital to historic preservation and the renovation and re-use of existing buildings.

Sep 2014 - current

Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport, PA, US, Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship

Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship electives include any 200-level or higher ACC, MGT, MKT, FIN, or HRM course. Specific BCM, BCT and FHD courses can also be used as Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship electives.

Sep 2014 - current

Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport, PA, US, Architectural Technology

The Architectural Technology major provides students with the knowledge and skills that lead to employment and advancement in the field of architecture. The course work enables the graduate to work in architectural or building construction related jobs or continue toward an advanced degree in a related field. The architectural technician will be involved in work requiring a knowledge of computer applications, including computer-aided drafting, construction materials, mechanical and structural systems, estimating, site and building design fundamentals, presentation methods, building codes, sustainability, and specifications.

Sep 2012 - May 2014


Construction & Design Scholar Athlete, Award

Maintained an excellent GPA while participating in soccer.


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