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Profile Evaluation Request (Architect, Indian)

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Joined: 30 Mar 2013
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Kudos [?]: 34 [0], given: 131

GMAT 1: 680 Q48 V35
GMAT 2: 690 Q50 V34
GMAT 3: 700 Q46 V40
GMAT 4: 730 Q50 V40
GPA: 3.41
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Dar Al Handasah Pune, India
Project Architect ; 15th June, 2012 - till date
 Prepared training material and provided internal training to 140 employees, both new and old in production of Signage Drawing submittals.
 Optimized the production process of creating various submittals such as manuals by setting up an automated data transfer process between softwares using XML programming. Trained two employees, in its implementation and helped duplicate the process in two more departments.
 Led the architecture department in documentation of Makkah Project, for Leed Silver certification, as one of the only four Leed Accredited Professionals in office.
 Acted as the contact person in my department for structural co-ordination on multiple projects.
 Served as Model Coordinator,in charge of instructing team members through the process of modeling and documenting a project on a Revit based BIM platform. In addition to publishing drawings for inter-departmental and inter-office co-ordination.
 As Project Architect, prepared drawings, manuals, presentations for client review and reviewed work submitted by subconsultants.

Blaesig Architekten GmbH Bad Aibling, Germany
Trainee Architect; 17th May, 2011 to 13th July, 2011
 Interacted with local German speaking clients, ascertaining their requirements and likes to provide satisfactory designs.
 Participated in a multilingual and multidisciplinary design process for developing residential and community service projects which entailed production of deliverables such as drawings in German.
 Performed energy use analysis to evaluate design and select building materials to conform to EnEV 2007 energy standards.
 Visited construction sites as assistant to site supervisor to monitor progress.


700 Q46V40 IR:5 AWA:4


2007-2012 ; Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
Bachelor of Architecture
CGPA (on a 10 pt scale) : 7.850


Co-ordinator of Design Cell in college level events.
Member of Green Team, involved in activities like planting trees, recycling, finding engineered sustainable solutions, etc.






2015 admissions


Short Term: Real Estate Asset & Portfolio Manager
Long Term: President of own Real Estate Consulting Firm


Enjoy reading books, especially, historical biographies. Can speak 4 languages which are, English, Hindi, Bengali and German. Have held a Leed AP BD+C credential for 2 + years and have a deep interest in sustainability and the green movement.

Kudos [?]: 34 [0], given: 131

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New post 05 Mar 2014, 18:56
I actually really like your profile for several reasons, first and foremost, you are unique as an Architect. This is not a common background for b-school and therefore will pique the interest of the admissions committees. The fact you are also a team player who leads others will also be unique within your profession, since they will not expect an architect to have this kind of experience. Again, this will make you jump off the page if written well. you have a good GMAT score, which should quell any concerns they might have about your making a jump to a quant heavy curriculum (architecture is not known for intense quant). I think your target schools will be impressed with your involvement as well. Finally, I like that your post MBA goal is a natural continuation of your background in architecture. Schools will want to identify marketable skills and a post MBA vision which makes sense and will attract recruiters. Make sure your target schools provide access to the real estate firms you desire to work for or can get you connected at least. Let us know if we can help you prepare your applications.

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