Javier is a deadline-driven architect motivated to promote client satisfaction with detailed and comprehensive large project design proposals. Capable of interpreting complex technical information and effectively communicating complex project issues to technical and non-technical personnel. Demonstrated success leading design and construction of multi-million-dollar, high-rise buildings, single residential homes, healthcare, education, transportation, office mid-rise, industrial, government, and commercial projects and proven track record of success in managing and supporting a project and its deliverables, including scope, quality control/assurance, research, scheduling, communications, and third-party contract management. Strong knowledge in building technology, construction techniques, related engineering principles, LEED sustainability strategies, ADA Standards, building codes. Proficient in the evaluation of design thoughts and convincingly dexterous in the use of BIM/CAD software. Bilingual communicator in English and Spanish with advanced client interfacing skills and a sophisticated understanding of meeting client requirements through elite end-to-end project management.
- Masters Degree in Advanced Architectural Design and Theory, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City
- Master Degree in International Communications, St. John’s University, Queens, New York
- Bachelors of Architecture , National Technology of Mexico, Campus Pachuca, Mexico
- PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION
- Licensed and Registered Architect issued by The Federal Government of Mexico.
- AIA, Associate
- Why architecture?
- I grew up in different cities back in Mexico, and I was always intrigue about the different types of architecture due to climate zones. I became curious about design and also aware of urban planning and design.
- What’s your hometown?
- Mexico City, but I’ve lived most of my adult life in New York City
- What is one accomplishment (personal or professional) that you are most proud of?
- Professional, I was part of the WTC (World Trade Center) Construction for Tower Two and Tower Three. Personal, I also survived camping out in winter time twice with temps at 0 degree.