Samuel E. Marquez-Santa, RA, NCARB

Senior Consultant

Built Environment Solutions



Mr. Samuel Marquez holds a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Design and a Master’s degree in Architecture and is a registered professional architect in Florida, Pennsylvania, Vermont, and Puerto Rico.

His professional experience has focused on architectural design and project management, providing evaluations to determine historic significance, developing rehabilitation and restoration architectural designs, and construction administration. Mr. Marquez has broad experience in all aspects of contract negotiation, planning, design, and construction. He has been involved in projects including, single-family, institutional, hospitality, assembly, urbanism, historic preservation, transportation, and industrial.  These projects have involved clients including, but not limited to, public agencies, private companies, construction companies, engineering firms, and archaeology firms.

Mr. Marquez’s architectural design experience includes concrete (concrete masonry units and reinforced concrete), masonry, wood (light frame and timber), and brick.  In a more traditional architectural role, Mr. Marquez has been involved in the design of multiple high-end residential homes, hospitality-related facilities, educational projects, historic preservation projects, and building enclosures.

In addition to Mr. Marquez’s new construction design and building enclosure consulting experience, he also has extensive experience in the preparation of construction and bidding documents necessary for the restoration and/or rehabilitation of existing properties.  These services also include providing construction administration services such as supervising the bidding phase, reviewing bids, recommending a contractor, organizing regular project meetings, providing construction quality assurance observations and associated reports, and presiding over the project close-out.


• Bachelor in Environmental Design: University of Puerto Rico(1995)

• Master in Architecture: The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC (1998)

• Registered Professional Architect: Florida, Pennsylvania, Vermont, and Puerto Rico

• National Council of Registration Boards (NCARB) Certification

• Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA): 30 hours certification