Carlos Zepeda Gil

Carlos Zepeda Gil

Mexico, MX





Government of Mexico, Toluca, Architect

• Developed architectural, technical and detail plans in AutoCAD for construction of park: “Plaza Bicentenario” in Cuautitlán, Mexico

• Attended to site for construction progress checks and elaborated progress reports for supervisors

Nov 2012 - Aug 2013

Premier Guarantee Warranty, Liverpool, Technical Information Consultant/ CAD officer

• Drawn all images; 2D and 3D in AutoCAD, Revit and Photoshop of the Technical manual V10 that sets minimum building standards against structural damage

• Put together technical information leaflets such as quarterly magazine, leaflets for surveyors, clients, etc.

May 2011 - Nov 2012

University of Liverpool - School of Architecture, Liverpool, Guest Lecturer

• Provided a 6-week AutoCAD course to second year students, presenting it to groups of 30 people as well as in individual tutorials

• Planned and developed a detailed course outline, responded enquiries, reinforced communicational and interpersonal skills

Mar 2011 - May 2011

University of Liverpool - Facilities Management, Liverpool, Internship in Project management

• Gained experience on construction projects valued on over £30million attending to site and through progress report meetings

• Managed a £90,000 signage project; monitored progress and handled the project within time and budget

Sep 2010 - Mar 2011


Erasmus + Joint Master Degree between: Universitá degli Studi di Trento, Universität Regensburg, Corvinus University of Budapest, Trento (Italy), Regensburg (Germany), Budapest (Hungary), Masters, oint European Master in Comparative Local Development (Master CoDe)

Consortium between: Università degli Studi di Trento (Italy), Üniversitat Regensburg (Germany), Corvinus University of Budapest (Hungary).

Master course that provides the necessary knowledge and skills for introducing ,supporting and coordinating processes of change and transformation at local level.

It focuses on social stability and economic prosperity, in conformity with the European standards and best practices.

Courses include: Urban mapping, Local sustainable development, Regeneration of Budapest, Conflict management, Statistics, economics, sociology, economic geography.

Sep 2013 - Sep 2015

University of Liverpool, Liverpool, BArch, Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Architecture

The modules that include Project Management, Sustainable strategies, Structural Design, CAD, etc., complementing with Studio projects, gave me a rounded education.

Became proficient in research and elaboration of site analysis and urban studies. Gave presentations and fielded queries about my final year project to tutors, students and well known people such as Ian Ritchie, David Dunster or Ana Serrano. Reinforced ability to work under high levels of pressure, by finishing projects on time, under the highest quality standards.

Sep 2007 - Jul 2010


Erasmus + Joint Degree Master, Scholarship

The Joint European Master in Comparative Local Development is a 2-year 1st Erasmus Mundus Master Course organized by the consortium of Corvinus University of Budapest, University of Ljubljana, University of Regensburg and University of Trento.

As a multidisciplinary programme, CoDe brings together scholars and participants from various disciplines. Partners of the programme believes that the multifaceted challenges of local development necessitate a comprehensive approach and accordingly, involve scholars and experts from the fields of Economics, Social Sciences and Law as well as from fields relevant for local development (e.g., environmental engineering).

Master CoDe main objective is to provide participants with the necessary knowledge and skills for introducing, supporting and co-ordinating processes of change and transformation at local level. The focus of the programme is local development, with the following characteristics: public, private and non-governmental actors are the fundamental agents; social stability and economic prosperity are pursued, in conformity with the European standards and best practice. The general approach is comparative and interdisciplinary.