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COLEMAN WILSON



Skills Summary Education Awards & Recognition Work Experience Volunteer Experience Interests

Skills Summary
  • Methodical approach to AutoCAD and Revit drafting, 3D modeling and computer programming.
  • Emphasis on precision, attention to detail, and accuracy in all projects.
  • Broad knowledge of software and programming languages, including: AutoCAD, Revit, SketchUp, 3DS Max, Lumion, TwinMotion, SolidWorks, Microsoft Office, Photoshop, InDesign, AutoDesk Dynamo, LISP.
  • Exercise tact and leadership using highly-developed interpersonal and communication skills.

Education
Architectural Technician Co-op Program - Sheridan College
  • Completed in Fall 2018 with Honours.
  • Studio design, drafting, estimating, surveying, building materials, detailing, OBC, project management.
Courses in Physics, Engineering, and Computer Science - University of Guelph


Awards and Recognition
  • Recipient of the Open City Scholarship Competition, Award of Excellence from the College of Architecture and Design at Lawrence Technological University.
  • One of three students chosen to represent the Architecture program during the Premier’s visit to Sheridan College.

Experience
Intermediate Draftsman – LMG Drafting & Design Inc.
May 2019-Present
  • Created design, working, site plan, & detail drawings for a variety of disciplines, including but not limited to: residential and commercial architecture, MEP, structural engineering, and landscape design.
  • Oversaw the training of new employees and provided assistance to junior drafters.
  • Performed on-site measurements for the creation of as-built drawings.
  • Generated 3D renderings from working drawings for marketing purposes.
Architectural Co-op Student – Hunt Design Associates Inc.
January 2016-December 2016
  • Created working drawings for detached, semi-detached, luxury homes, and townhouses.
  • Coordinated working drawings with structural engineers, and floor and roof manufacturers.
  • Prepared site plans, streetscapes, and townhouse block plans for architectural control.
  • Generated black-line drawings from working drawings for marketing purposes.
AutoCAD Technician – Brian Luey Architect
May 2015-August 2015
  • Created and prepared working drawings with AutoCAD for commercial and infrastructure projects.
  • Designed building envelopes that meet the requirements of the Ontario Building Code.
  • Prepared 3D renderings for clients using SketchUp.
  • Performed on-site measurements for renovation projects.
Architect’s Assistant – David W. Small Designs & Vanbetlehem Architect Inc.
May 2009-August 2010
  • Prepared and submitted building permits to the cities of Mississauga, Toronto and Oakville.
  • Maintained regular communication with city staff during the permit application process.
  • Used AutoCAD and Softplan to make drawing revisions as requested.
  • Archived completed building and design projects.

Volunteer Experience
CISV Toronto
  • Toronto Village 2012 – Staff Treasurer
    • Worked with a team to arrange camp logistics for planning and running a one-month long international summer village for 11-year-olds from 12 countries.
    • Personally responsible for managing camp budget of over $50,000.
  • CISV National Camp 2013 - Staff
    • Organized the logistics of the camp (food, transportation, camp t-shirts, etc.)
    • Planned and ran daily activities for the campers.
    • Mentored older participants on how to involve and engage children with special needs.

Interests
  • Drumming, guitar, squash, bonsai, gardening, travel, wildlife photography, and a lifelong passion for LEGO.