Taylor Fletcher

Taylor Fletcher

Clemson, SC, US



I will be graduating from Clemson University in December 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. While completing this degree, I also completed a minor in Architecture. This minor program teaches the fundamentals of architectural design, community involvement, and the historical importance of architecture. Some relevant courses that I have taken during my time at Clemson University are: Architectural History of Place, Design Principles, Architectural Field Studies, Urban Transportation Planning, City and Regional Planning, Construction Estimating, CAD & Engineering Applications, and Technical Writing.


Clemson University General Engineering Department, Clemson, SC, US, Undergraduate Teaching Assistant

Beginning in Spring 2018, I have had the opportunity each semester to work as a TA in various general engineering courses. Courses that I have worked in include Engineering Disciplines & Skills (Microsoft Excel), CAD & Engineering Applications (AutoCAD), and Programming & Problem Solving (MATLAB). During class, I assist professors with administrative duties and aid students with their in-class assignments. Outside of class, I co-host weekly tutoring sessions for these general engineering students to attend.

Jan 2018 - current

ECS Southeast, LLP, Greenville, SC, US, Construction Materials Intern (Level II)

As a Level II Construction Materials Intern, my responsibilities included those as I listed in the Level I Construction Materials Intern description, are were also expanded so that I had exposure to reviewing field reports, analyzing construction documents, delivering proposals, and the submittal of final reports to clients. Progressing from a Level I position to a Level II position gave me more insight into the behind-the-scenes procedures and mechanisms of the engineering and construction industries.

May 2020 - Aug 2020

ECS Southeast, LLP, Greenville, SC, US, Construction Materials Intern (Level I)

As a Level I Construction Materials Intern, my day-to-day tasks included conducting soil and concrete field tests on various types of construction sites (residential, commercial, mass-grading, etc.), developing reports to be reviewed by Project Manager Engineers, and communicating between site and office personnel. This position gave me real-world exposure to engineering principles and strengthened my communication skills with clients.

May 2019 - Aug 2019


Clemson University, Clemson, SC, US, Bachelors, Civil Engineering

I will be graduating in December 2020 with a Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering with an Architecture minor. The Architecture Minor program is partially completed at Clemson's Daniel Center in Genoa, Italy. The Daniel Center has full studio capability and allows students to gain familiarity with historical architecture as well as its function in urban areas. Relevant engineering courses that I have taken include: Structural Mechanics & Analysis, CAD & Engineering Applications, Economic Evaluation of Projects, Construction Estimating & Project Control, Transportation Engineering, Urban Transportation Planning, and Regional & City Planning. Relevant architecture courses that I have taken include: Architectural Field Studies, Architectural History of Place, Design Principles, and Community 1:1.

Aug 2016 - current

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