1. KONG DEJIA
▪ 32505 Lake Bridgeport St, Fremont, CA, 94555 ▪ (412)888-9406 ▪ firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh 2014
Master of Science in Civil Engineering
North University of China China 2013
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
China Academy of Building Research, Beijing, 01/2013-05/2013
Designed a portal frame structure warehouses with two light cranes.
Did structural analysis with finite element method.
Completed construction drawings and components detail drawings.
Provided life cycle energy cost and renewable energy potential analysis.
Did project planning and scheduling.
Visited construction site and assisted the instructor to collect construction information.
Beijing Institute of Architectural Design, John Martin International Construction Design Co. Ltd.,
Applied Revit to build a model of Beijing Institute of Technology Ecological Hall.
Analyzed the monthly energy consumption and annual greenhouse gas emission.
Analyzed sun path influence of the building using the Revit model.
Did statistical analysis and risk assessment.
Finished construction drawings of the building effectively.
Coordinated with constructor and solved problems in the construction drawing when visiting field.
Capstone project, a light-weight gabled frame steel structure.
Did the internal force calculations and finite analysis.
Completed construction drawings.
Developed the construction schedule.
Researched and reported construction methods and fire protection methods.
Got the final score 97/100.
Energy efficiency improvement of William Pitt Union.
Implemented the improvement following LEED V4 BD+C Reference Guide, the whole building
energy efficiency increased by 22%.
Built the whole building energy modeling with Revit and did the energy consumption analysis.
Analyzed energy consumption and cost. The annual energy cost reduced $38,559.
Cost estimating and bidding of Carrie Furnace Connector Road and Clara Street Improvements project.
Focused on excavation calculation and structural steel takeoff through drawing.
Did the cost estimating via HCSS and got familiar with bidding process.
Achieved error margin within 3% compared with the report published by PennDOT.
Prestressed concrete beam design for PNC bank at S Craig St, Pittsburgh, PA.
Built the analysis model through Abaqus and did the calculation via Structural Mechanics Solver.
Used post-tension method to improve stability and increase load capacity.
● LEED AP BD+C, 2015 ● LEED GA, 2014 ● Engineer-in-Training (E.I.T), CA
Revit ● AutoCAD ● Primavera P3 ● HCSS ● Vasari ● SimaPro ● Tally
Green Building Studio ● PKPM ● Abaqus ● Matlab ●Tengen ● TSSD