Enrique received his Degree in Architecture from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2009.
He started his career in Marble Falls, Texas where he was able to work in custom wrought iron railings and light fixtures, which led to a career in residential and commercial design. Enrique joined Powers Brown Architecture in Houston, Texas where work was focused on large scale industrial projects.
After Texas, Enrique moved to Louisiana where some of the projects he was involved with included fire stations, a physical rehabilitation care center, air craft hangers, convenience stores with gas stations, retail centers, and tenant improvements.
While in Louisiana he was able to work on some restoration projects for the City of Lake Charles after the devasting blows of Hurricane Laura & Hurricane Delta.
Enrique’s love for the relationship between architecture and nature brought him and his family to the Vail Valley in Colorado where he worked on residential projects in the Mountains.
He enjoys being involved in all aspects of architecture from meeting with the clients to design, design development, construction documents, to going to the field and working with the crew.
Enrique strongly believes in the importance of leaving industry standards for future architects as he believes that it is not about how many buildings you build but about how many future architects you help along the way.
Enrique is an active Knight of Columbus Council member. He is also an explorer and has hiked half of the National Parks in the United States with his family and they plan to complete them all. He enjoys being in nature as he believes there is no greater inspiration in architecture than nature.
An avid sportsman, Enrique loves coaching and playing tennis, soccer and basketball.