Krishna Priyanka Garikapati

1991 Brunswick Street, Apt #106, Halifax, NS // 902-579-8272 //

Adaptable and analytical Civil Engineering graduate, with a strong foundation of skills earned through education and practical
experience. Recognized as a detail-driven and collaborative professional, with a genuine desire to solve complex engineering
problems. On the verge of securing EIT designation, and soon to secure membership in Engineers Nova Scotia. Multilingual, fluent in
English and Telugu.

Core Skills and Competencies
 Civil Engineering; CAD Design
 Specialized Expertise in Concrete
 Attention to Detail

 Verbal & Written Communication
 Engineering Analysis & Testing
 Problem Solving

 Collaboration; Teamwork
 Reports; Documentation
 Time; Task Management

Formal Education
Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering, Major in Materials; Structural Engineering Sept 2017 – Jan 2019
Dalhousie University – Halifax, NS
Notable Courses: Advanced Concrete Technology | Advanced Strength of Materials | Highway Materials | Foundation Engineering |
Advanced Highway Geometric Design | Advanced Soil Mechanics | Probability Concepts in Civil Engineering Planning; Design

Example Learning Outcomes
 Concrete Technology: Conducted in-depth study of the various factors affecting the behavior and performance of concrete.
Evaluated engineering aspects of the strength of concrete, permeability and durability, deformation and cracking, curing,
admixtures, temperature effects and specialized testing procedures.
 Structural Engineering Concepts: Explored concepts in structural engineering related to characteristics of loading and the
behaviour and design of structural systems, with attention to ultimate strength, stability, connections and post-buckling strength.
Capstone Project: Completed an exploratory project to develop a new concrete with lesser environmental impact, effectively innovating
a new material composition emphasizing flax shives (a waste product from the textile industry obtained from the stem of flax plants) as
the main ingredient.

 Completed analytical testing to measure the load bearing strength and environmental impact of the produced concrete.
 Diligently managed time and priorities to meet a sensitive deadline for the completion of this project.
 Applied skills in the use of AutoCAD 3D to design wooden frames and other equipment required for this project.
 Drafted a final engineering report outlining the concrete’s effectiveness as a potential insulation material.
 Successfully achieved an established benchmark for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

Undergraduate Degree in Civil Engineering Sept 2013 – Apr 2017
RVR; JC College of Engineering – Guntur, India
Notable Project: Applied the full breadth of engineering skills to complete a reliability analysis of a real-world Water Distribution System.
Experience & Community Involvement

Teaching Assistant, Hydraulics | Dalhousie University – Halifax, NS Sep 2018 – Jan 2019

 Provided undergraduate students with compelling and well-tailored engineering education on the subject of Hydraulics.
Patient Attendant | Scotia Care (Nova Scotia Authority of Hospitals) – Halifax, NS Dec 2017 – Apr 2018
 Applied service and relationship-building skills to provide support to patients in a hospital environment.
Engineering Office Assistant | VCON Projects – India Jul 2016 – Jun 2017
 Managed physical/electronic files and folders for Project Engineers in this fast-paced firm, while gaining field experience in the
inspection of projects in construction. Notably supported facilitation of meetings with civil engineers, subcontractors and architects.

Technical Skills
C (programming language), AutoCAD, STAAD.Pro, Matlab, Microsoft Office Suite, Primavera