Courses Taught (in the last four semesters prior to current visit):
ARQU 3015 / 3016 / 6991 / 6992 – Introduction to Sustainable Design + LEED
(2008) Master’s Degree in Architecture, School of Architecture, University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus.
(2001) Bachelor’s in Environmental Design, School of Architecture, University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus.
(2020-Present) Professor. School of Architecture, University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus.
(2008-2013) Professor. School of Architecture, University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus.
(2012-2013) International School of Design, Ana G. Méndez University, Gurabo, Puerto Rico.
(2009) Sustainable Materials Course for the Center of Studies for Sustainable Development. Sciences & Technology Division of the Environmental Affairs School, Ana G. Méndez University, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
(2018-Present) Project Coordinator, Planning & Physical Development Office of the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus.
(2011-2012) Technical Coordinator of the Weatherization Assistance Program. Infrastructure Financing Authority, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
(2010) LEED Consultant of Contractor. Department of Veteran Affairs New Offices, Fort Buchanan. San Juan, Puerto Rico.
(2009-2010) LEED Consultant for Abruña & Musgrave, Architects. José De Diego Ecological Elementary School. Dorado, Puerto Rico.
(2008-2010) Education Director of the U.S. Green Building Council, Caribbean Chapter. San Juan, Puerto Rico.
(2007-2009) LEED Consultant for Fideicomiso de Conservación (Para La Naturaleza). Hacienda la Esperanza, Manatí, Puerto Rico.
(2007-2008) LEED Consultant for Berg Vidal Architecture. Miami, FL; New York, NY.
(1996-2000) Architectural Intern (Summers). CSA Architects & Engineers, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
LEED AP+BDC No.10116099
Selected Publications and Recent Research:
(2022) Metering, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Projects for the UPR Río Piedras Campus as part of the Public Energy Policy Program – Presentation to the Department of Economic Development and Commerce of Puerto Rico.
Sustainable practices for designing, building, modifying, operating and maintaining the built environment.
(2021) ‘Menos es Mas’ – Guides for selection of energy efficient equipment, operation strategies and incorporation of renewable energy at a domestic level. CAMBIO, San Juan, PR. https://l8i.b2d.myftpupload.com/
Recent Creative Work:
Casa Taft 169. ArtPlace America. San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Various interventions. University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus.
Green Infrastructure Projects. GREEN-PR. Río Piedras & Carolina, Puerto Rico.
U.S. Green Building Council
Link to CV or portfolio: https://cargocollective.com/bymass