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Shawn Bellamy

shawn.a.bellamy@live.ca

Shawn discovered an interest in architecture at a young age and has been pursuing it ever since. Between his master’s and bachelor’s degree he worked at a variety of places in hopes to develop a holistic approach to architecture. Moving forward he is interested in creating architecture that can be sustainable, highly accessible and deeply experiential. During his work, Shawn came to recognize the importance in designing building while considering their entire life cycle. Outside of his interest in architecture, Shawn also is a dungeon master for a long standing group.

Education

Master of Architecture (MArch) 
2018-2020
University of Calgary
  • Studios focusing on urban settings, indigenous clients, master planning and spatial organization
Bachelor of Architectural Science (B.Arch.Sc.)
2009-2013
BCIT
  • Studios focusing on building reuse, systems and tectonics and at risk population
  • Focus on a technical skills foundation for two years before two years of studios

Work Experience

U of Calgary, Campus Architecture - Summer Student (Intern Architect)
2019
  • Research and development of gender inclusive washroom standards
  • Advise on in-house university project design teams for small projects
  • Work on miscellaneous standards and maintenance drawings and models
Wensley Architecture - Building Technologist  
2018
  • Produced project documents from initial design to working drawings
  • Prepared both permits and tenders
  • Worked on projects in commercial, residential and healthcare
BCIT, Facilities Development - Building Technologist 
2013-2017
  • Produced in house project documents from initial design to working drawings
  • Completed project coordination and administration for several projects
  • Established department standards for operations and design
  • Prepared both permits and tenders
Raymond Letkeman Architects - Summer Student (Technologist) 
2011-2012
  • Produced project documents for permits and working drawings
  • Worked on projects in wood frame, high-rise and mixed-use commercial