Nick Pajak EIT
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering December 2014
• Week of Welcome (WOW)
Structural Design Engineer
Berkoz & Associates May 2016 - June 2019 Tarzana, CA
• Prepared gravity & lateral calculations for single family residences, apartments, and commercial buildings.
• Drafted structural plans and details for city submittal using AutoCAD.
• Coordinated with architects, city plan checkers, soil engineers, and construction project managers.
• Worked with a variety of structural engineering computer software: EnerCalc, RISA, RetainPro, Safe PV Designer
SolarCity April 2015 - September 2015 Hawthorne, CA
• Designed solar panel systems for residential structures nationwide in a competitive output work environment.
• Prepared as-builts for many different jurisdictions using AutoCAD.
• Coordinated with site surveyors, sales representatives, and the installation team.
• Was awarded a gift by the company for winning a regional quality-design competition. Assistant Project Manager
Apel Design, Inc. October 2015 - February 2016 Woodland Hills, CA
• Prepared residential & commercial permit application submittals for local jurisdictions.
• Coordinated with a variety of consultants involved in the residential & commercial architecture industry.
• Researched and evaluated jurisdiction code for various projects.
• Scheduled and attended plan check meetings for many different active projects. Technical Assistant
Land F/X February 2014 - March 2015 San Luis Obispo, CA
• Performed general administration work like answering phones, maintaining client database, tech support, etc.
• Maintained and created new AutoCAD blocks & detail drawings.
• Coordinated with irrigation manufactures and input their products into the software’s irrigation database.
• Helped assist and direct technical support calls. Academic Tutor
Grade Potential Tutoring June 2013 - February 2014 San Luis Obispo, CA
• Tutored college students in physics, calculus, and statics.
• Helped instill students with a holistic approach to the material: how the parts affect the big picture.