Bryan Blas

Bryan Blas

Boulder, CO, US



I am a Recent Graduate Currently Working as a Project Coordinator. This is a Description of What I am Currently Doing. As to What I do, I am a Constant Learner who is Always Looking for ways to be Productive while Exposing Myself in the World. I am the Person that People look for When They Need Help and I am Also the Person who can Always be Trusted. 



Marasco & Associates, Denver, CO, US, Project Coordinator

Facilitate Projects from Initial Design Phase with the Client to Final CD Documentation for Permit Submittals while Coordinating with Outside Consultants & Architects. Implemented Autodesk Design Suite to Current Workflow of the Office Upgrading the Firm from AutoCAD 2004. Research Local Planning & Zoning Codes for Potential Projects throughout the US. Manage Basic Office Functions including Ordering Materials, Setting up Lunch & Learns, Answering Phone Calls & Organizing Documentation

Jul 2013 - current

University Hills Elementary, boulder, Student Teacher

Design Workshops for Children in a Dual Language School who Fell Behind in Learning Standards while Serving as a Role Model for Under Privileged Students. Lead Classes with Teachers & Worked Collaboratively to Create Best Possible Curriculum for the Students

Aug 2012 - May 2013

Mike Naughton Ford, Aurora , Sales Trainee

Learn from Professional Salesman through Workshops, Field Trials, and Personal Knowledge on How to Effectively Conduct a Sale through Various Tactics in Human Psychology & Persuasion

May 2012 - Jul 2012

Concrete Express Inc., Denver, CO, US, Outside Contractor

Use expertise in Autodesk Revit & Rhino to Create 3d Model representation of the US36 Highway Joint Design Proposal with Kiewit & Parsons. Coordinate Design Intent from Multiple Parties to Ensure Project Proposal is Clear, Concise & Effective

May 2011 - Jul 2011


University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO, US, BArch, Environmental Design

Environmental Design (ENVD) degree program in Boulder is to provide innovative interdisciplinary education to prepare students for practice and advanced study in the design-based fields of architecture, landscape architecture and planning, with the knowledge that those professions are in the midst of significant change. ENVD faculty have created curriculum to address the new challenges facing design professionals – greater sustainability of buildings and cities, global needs for housing, responsible resource management, and adaptation to the impacts of climate change. Our students are enrolled in studios, lectures, and seminars taught by 30 faculty with outstanding academic and professional expertise in adaptive buildings, urban design, and landscapes that support society’s domestic, civic, cultural, and industrial/commercial activities. Students are learning to apply state-of-the-art educational technology including computing tools, digital image databases, fabrication equipment, and media for display and presentation of designs. Their curriculum also draws from Boulder Campus scholarship in the sciences, social sciences, and technology fields in order to enable ENVD graduates to develop new standards and materials for “green” buildings, anticipate the environmental, social, and economic impacts of development, and design for energy and water efficiency in buildings and communities. – JoAnn Silverstein

Aug 2009 - May 2013

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