One Community Welcomes Mateus Barretto to the Infrastructure Design Team!

One Community welcomes Mateus Barretto to the Infrastructure Design Team!

Mateus Barretto Announcement

Mateus is a 3rd-Year Civil Engineering/Construction Engineering student who also has a LEED 101 certificate. He is graduating in Civil Engineering in Brazil and is currently studying abroad at California State Long Beach. In his last job as an intern he helped the architects with the architectural projects and the engineers with managing the construction of the buildings and with hydraulics and electrical projects in the office. This has helped Mateus develop knowledge and experience with important softwares like AutoCAD 2D, Revit and Sketchup. His main field of study in civil engineering is Hydraulics with specific interest in the reuse of water for the benefits of helping the environment by avoiding waste, and also by helping people have easy and safe water for irrigation. Mateus feels strongly that we can create a sustainable society where people work together and he brings this belief, his passion for hydraulics, and his knowledge to the hydraulics team working on the Duplicable City Center and the seven village models.


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