Juan Alcala: Designer
Juan received his Bachelor of Architecture degree in 2010 from Woodbury University where he presided over CLEA (Latin American Council of Architecture Students) and served as an Events Committee Officer in the student body. Professionally, Juan is experienced in Schematic Design, Construction Documentation, Interior Design, and 3D Modeling. Juan is currently working towards professional licensure.
Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)
Master of Architecture Graduation with Distinction
Bachelor of the Arts
Major in Cognitive Linguistics, Minor in Art
Founding Student of the Center for Arts & Technology
Certificates & Programs:
Harvard University - Graduate School of DesignOffice of Executive Education Housing for Colleges and Universities Program
California State Licensed Architect #31042
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
MemberLAX Coastal Area Chamber of Commerce
United States Green Building Council, Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional
Interior Design MagazineGreen-Lighting Green Design: June 2009
Jamie Myer - President
While in the U.S. Army, Cristian served a 15-month deployment achieving many successful missions such as building Forward Operating Bases, K-spans, combat outposts, and constructing roads along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. After his service, he received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Woodbury University where he was a founding member of the Student Veterans of America: Woodbury Chapter and served as its first Vice President. His architectural experience includes construction documentation, schematic design, 3D modeling, design development of residential, multi-family, and commercial projects. Cristian has faced his fears and is now a Mac user, it’s not as bad as he thought.