Phone: (973) 349-0671
Address: 39 Christopher St.
Dover, NJ 07801
2006-2010Rutgers University: School of Engineering Piscataway, NJ
B.S. in Civil Engineering with honors, May 2010
Deans List (Fall 2006, Spring 2007, Fall 2009, Spring 2010)
Cumulative GPA: 3.26
Obtain a job with an engineering or construction firm performing and reviewing designs on projects to gain valuable experience and improve my engineering skills.
June 2008-August 2008 Terminal Construction Corp. Wood-Ridge, NJ
Project Engineer Assistant
Inspected and maintained quality control of the addition to Hammarskjold Middle School addition in East Brunswick.
Entered data into Expedition for upcoming projects.
May 2009-Septemeber 2009A-Juz ConstructionHopatcong, NJ
Built retaining walls and driveways.
Performed stress analysis and seepage analysis for newly constructed walls.
Community Service / Activities_________________________________________________
December 2006-2009Rutgers Big ChillNew Brunswick, NJ
Participated in an annual 5K run in which contestants donate toys that benefit underprivileged children on Christmas day.
April 2007-2010Dance MarathonNew Brunswick, NJ
Raised money to help fund the event by canning in Piscataway, NJ.
Volunteered to help run the event.
Microsoft Office: Word, PowerPoint, Excel
Construction Management- Created over 100 activities for the construction of a new concrete engineering lab. The activities came from pre-construction, procurement, and construction. These activities were then given logic, and entered into Primavera P6 to create a schedule adequate for a professional working environment.
Steel Design- Designed an 8 story building so it would be structurally sound ie would not fail from wind or loads, took quantity take-offs for an accurate price estimate. Knowledgeable in AISC codes using the 13th Edition Steel Manual.
Transportation Engineering: Examined an intersection at Rutgers University and analyzed how an additional building would impact the intersection and traffic around using trip generation reports and ITE tables.