Tyler Bierce

Tyler Bierce

San Diego, CA



My name is Tyler Bierce, I am a graduate of the architecture program at Cal Poly in beautiful San Luis Obispo, CA. I am an active and adventurous person and can often be found planning my next backpacking or traveling endeavor. I am a hobbyist by nature, I grew up a musician and an athlete, I enjoy cooking and riding my motorcycle, but there’s nothing I enjoy more than getting ahold of some tools and building something.

If you asked me when I was five what I wanted to do I would tell you I wanted to build houses. Though my skills and perspective have grown, my desire to design and build innovative and specific solutions for people remains. For me, doing something “just because that’s how it’s done” doesn’t cut it. People, sites and scenarios are unique and I believe each unique person and project deserves a tailor made solution down to the smallest of details.

My work can be found at



Hamachai Design, Independent Drafter

As an independent drafter I am contracted to work under the lead
designer. I am responsible for taking a provided design and drafting, researching and
applying relevant building codes, producing sheet sets and interfacing with appropriate
municipal departments to successfully deliver a permitted project.

Sep 2013 - current

The Construction Zone, Ltd., Templeton, CA, Intern

For The Construction Zone I worked as a laborer during the demolition phase of an adaptive reuse project of a historic winery building. I worked alongside subs to strategically reclaim and organize disassembled material for reuse in the new structure.

Jun 2013 - Oct 2013

TranPak Inc., Fresno, CA, Graphic Design & Marketing

At TranPak I was the in house graphic design and marketing department. I worked alongside the sales and management team to develop, maintain and progress strong branding by designing, producing and maintaining all print and web based marketing material while overseeing specialists in California and Australia.

Jun 2010 - Jun 2013


Sep 2008 - Jun 2013

Areas of Specialization