An engineering draftsman with over 25 years of AutoCAD drafting experience. Robert has worked for some of the most prestigious engineering firms in the United States preparing drawings. Notably Amman and Whitney, Edwards and Kelcey, and Motorola. His most memorable achievement was performed at Port Authority of New York and New Jersey after the first terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in 1993. As part of an emergency engineering team, he worked long hours to help restore 1 World Trade Center's damaged refrigeration plant in 30 days. Some of his drawings were used for an article in Engineering News Record magazine in the fall of 1993 to illustrate the damage and repair to the World Trade Center.
Now as owner of a drafting services company, Robert is looking to give people the opportunity to contribute to the building of their own infrastructure by teaching them the basics of Computer Aided Drafting using AutoCAD. This training will give the student an insight to how Engineering and Architecture shape the world around them. He is located in Englewood New Jersey and very familiar with the tri-state area. He currently teaches an introductory course to drafting at Englewood library.
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