MARK A. GUNLOGSON
1151 Stonecrest Drive, Arroyo Grande, CA 93420
BSME, California Polytechnic State
Designer and builder of mechanical devices
including module for Human Powered Vehicle for annual
race; innovative lawn care aide; and stitk walker bicycle.
Experience as construction foreman and
assistant in road design.
Skills in using a wide range of design,
fabrication, and business solutions.
Highly motivated, disciplined and
resourceful. Interact productively with people from
Perform quality work and complete it on
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo,
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
- Class Level: Senior. Current GPA: 3.004
- Combustion Engine Design
- Drilling Engineering
- Single Track Vehicle Design
- Heat Transfer and Thermodynamics
- Mechanical Design/ Strength of Materials
- Thermal System Design
- Petroleum Production Engineering
- Fluid Mechanics
- Mechanical Vibrations
- Manufacturing Processes
Front Fork Design for Human Powered
Vehicle (HPV) Team, Cal Poly
Single Track Vehicle Design
Designed and built a bicycle for a silt
walker. The tall bike is 30+" taller than a standard
bicycle. The design consisted of two full suspension frames
stacked one on top of the other, new front steer tube, new
rear triangle and a new drive train.
Fertilizer Injection System for
Residential Use (Mechanical Design)
Individually designed, built, and tested
system that eliminates the manual part of applying liquid
fertilizer to lawn and shrubs by attaching injector to
sprinkler manifold. The device, now functional, is in the
final stage of development.
Job Foreman, Gunner Inc.,
Redding, CA, Summer 1999 - 2005
Supervised up to four crafts workers at
all stages of residential construction projects.
Interpreted technical drawings. Made day-to-day tactical
Worked from boyhood for this family owed
business. Gained detailed, working knowledge of building
trades, tools, and construction techniques.
Assistant, Road Design
Division, Cal Trans, Redding, CA, 11/00 - 4/01
Technical Assistant, Network
Development Consulting (NDC), Redding, CA, Summer 2000
AutoCAD R13, R14, 2000-2004; SolidWorks
2003-2006; MATLAB/Simulink; Engineering Equation Solver (EES);
Microsoft Office, BASIC Programming: Machining (Mill, Lathe,
Basic hand tools, sheet metal fabrication, CNC operations);
wedding processes and theory (GMAW, GTAW, gas, laser, spot,
etc.); basic electronic design/fabrication.