The Architectural Technology program (formerly Architectural Graphics) prepares students for careers with construction firms, architectural product manufacturers, architecture, engineering, construction and design firms, as well as city, county, and state architectural and civil engineering departments and corporate architectural and civil engineering departments.
Technicians are needed to develop site plans, detail construction plans, building
designs, cost estimates, and specification plans for remodeling and additions to existing
buildings. Graduates are also prepared in translating the rough sketches, layouts,
and written specifications of architects, engineers, or designers into a drawing CAD
databases showing the complete details and specifications for the finished product.
Weekly Program Visits
Wednesdays at 10:00 AM in E228 or by appointment.
Entry into this program only requires completion of an admissions application.
degrees and certificates
Regulations published in the Federal Register on October 29, 2010, require institutions to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV eligible educational programs that lead to gainful employment in a recognized occupation (GE programs). Those regulations also provide that institutions must disclose to prospective students certain information about the institution's GE Programs.
Bob is a registered architect with over twenty years of experience in architecture and construction. He began teaching architecture at Lake Washington Institute of Technology in March, 1997. Bob earned both his bachelor and master of architecture degrees from the University of Buffalo, in Buffalo, NY. Bob has a very diverse career background with experience in residential, commercial, graphics design and historic preservation. He also served two years as a consultant for the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. Additionally, Bob operates his own architectural practice.
Bob is active member of the American Institute of Architects, National Trust for Historic Preservation, American Design Drafting Association, and Construction Specifications Institute.
Master of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Course study at M.I.T. Media Lab, Harvard Graduate School of Design, and University of Washington
Pablo has over 7 years of experience in the areas of architecture and industrial design. Research and areas of interest include: Kinetic and portable structures as they relate to sustainable practices and multi-programmatic spaces; multi-functional products; and projects for under-developed communities.
Design Philosophy: Place as a phenomenon is more than a location; it is made up of tangible elements and intangible forces that give space its distinct character. Architecture and industrial design not only serves as the mediator between people and place but serve as the catalyst that activates the physical and cultural environment. Designs whose role and essence engage the forces that act upon them become indelible objects in a world of constant flux.