About Arny Fabrice Randriamamonjisoa
I am an engineering student at the Reunion Island Indian Ocean Engineering School (ESIROI), Department of Construction and Energy.
25 January 1996
138 Chevalier Bank, Rue Joseph Hubert,
Saint-Pierre 97410 La Réunion
+262 (0) 693 60 31 35
2014 – Current: Ecole Supérieure d’Ingénieurs Réunion Océan Indien, ESIROI
Reunion Island Indian Ocean Engineering School, France
First-year Master’s student, Department of Construction and Energy
2012 – 2014: Institut Supérieur de Technologie Antananarivo (IST-t), Madagascar
Higher Institute of Technology Antananarivo
Higher Technical Diploma in Civil Engineering (DTS),
2009 – 2012: Lycée Technique Professionnel du Génie Civil Mahamasina, Madagascar
Professional Technical School of Civil Engineering Mahamasina, Madagascar
Technological baccalaureate in Civil Engineering
Technical Energy modelling, building design, quantity surveying and costs.
Communication Serious, sociable, team spirit, responsible and organisational skills
IT skills / Software Microsoft Office, Autocad, Allplan, Google SketchUp, Energy Plus
Languages Malagasy: Mother tongue
French: Advanced level
English: Intermediate level
Answering public tender, studying construction quantities & costs. Plan of site installation
July - August 2014: BEPA, Madagascar
Study of a villa R+2 located in Tananarive
Draftsman, quantity surveyor and designer
August – Sept 2013: Building & Engineering Company, Madagascar
(2 months) Workman internship: carpenter, manoeuver and ironmonger
Design of a villa R+1 in Tananarive.
INTERESTS Music: drums and piano
Sport: soccer and swimming
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