Sydney Pea

Sydney Pea

Detroit, MI, US



My name is Sydney Pea and I am a recent graduate of an Bachelors of Science in Interior Architecture at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, MI. After completing my undergraduate degree, I plan to pursue a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering. I am also seeking to relocate to the Dallas/Fort Worth area after graduation. I am a passionate and hard working student looking to utilize my education in architecture to venture in the My ultimate goal is to become an industrial engineer practicing in the specific fields of facilities/ workplace design, materials management and not limited to lean manufacturing. I believe my exceptional educational background in architecture/interior architecture will give me an more holistic approach to industrial engineering and improving manufacturing systems.


Detroit Lions-NFL, Allen Park, MI, US, Training Camp Assistant, Intern

Enhancing fan interaction and event execution with the Detroit Lions football team.

Jul 2013 - current

Michigan Department of Transportation, Field Technician

Tracked processes on pump stations in Wayne and Oakland counties for the Michigan Department of Transportation. Duties were not limited to measuring densities on roadways and measurements. I worked on large scale projects such as Gateway. A billion dollar project that resurfaced I-96, I-75, and M-10 in Southwest Detroit.

Jun 2008 - Aug 2009


Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, MI, US, Bachelors, Interior Architecture

Interior environments enhance the quality of life, culture, and comfort of occupants by lifting their spirits within aesthetically pleasing spaces that are full of invention and imagination.

Interior designers coordinate the design of interior spaces with the building shell, the exterior environment, and the social context, as well as integrate issues of sustainability, building codes, and regulatory requirements. They also engage in environmentally sensitive practices that address the current trends and needs of the profession to “think green.” -Lawrence Tech Univ.

Aug 2008 - Jul 2013

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