Artemio Guerrero, Associate AIA
Project Manager, Designer
A native of the Rio Grande Valley, Artemio Guerrero joined our firm as a design intern in 2020 and has since risen to the role of project manager. He is notable for his flair with AutoCAD, SketchUp, and Revit software, as well as his ability to facilitate communication between site managers and clients during the construction phase. He believes that the core of any designs should be the community that is served by the architecture.
Artemio built up his experience working on Phase 6 renovations for the Austin Fire Department, accumulating more and more responsibility with each successive station, and eventually graduating to a leadership role toward the end of the project. After his success with the AFD, he acted as our lead designer on the Walnut Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion, where he worked with the City of Austin staff to develop a universal architectural language to streamline design production for the dozens of new buildings needed to increase the capacity of the plant.
Artemio received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Texas at San Antonio and an Associate of Architecture from San Antonio College. As a member of the Galveston Historical Foundation, he volunteers his time and skills to help survey and document historical mortuary sites around the island.
His pastimes include watching old movies, introducing his dog to new places, and building plastic model kits.