David Sweet

David Sweet

David Sweet, One Community partner, One Community consultant, architectDavid Sweet – Architect III: David received his Bachelors of Architecture from the California Polytechnic University of San Luis Obispo. He specializes in design development thru construction administration with applied skills in Revit, AutoCAD, Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop, Quark Express, and Outlook. David has been a part of almost every component of how a project is built from start to finish, from building pre-schematic concept models by hand to reviewing standard of design punch list items at the end of construction with contractors awaiting approval for everything that has been built. Notable projects David has helped design include the Staples Center Arena, University of California Berkeley Student Athletics Sports Performance Center, Oregon State University Reser Stadium Phase 2 South Bowl Expansion & Gill Annex Sports Performance Center Phase 1 Wrestling Practice & Weight Room Facility, University of Southern California Galen Center & Athletic Pavilion, and DEDAUIX Field House Renovations, Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport South Terminal Seismic Retrofit/Baggage Handling System/Security Upgrades, Long Beach Airport Jet Blue Terminal Improvements, San Jose Regional Medical Center Expansion and Seismic Upgrade, and more. David was also part of the Schematic Design Team for the Philadelphia Eagles & Milwaukee Brewers Stadium. As a One Community partner, David led the initial design and development for the complete Phase I Aquapini and Walipini Food Infrastructure.

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Complete Aquapini and Walipini Infrastructure Layout Evolving in CAD: Click to Enlarge


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