Randall-Porterfield Architects Announces Youngest Architect in Texas

05/20/2014 | Randall-Porterfield Architects

Randall-Porterfield Architects is proud to announce that Xavier A. Vargas, AIA, LEED AP BD+C has recently become the youngest architect in the State of Texas. Xavier began his career at Randall-Porterfield Architects as an intern while he attended the College of Architecture at the University of Houston. From the beginning Xavier demonstrated his ability to learn quickly and work well under pressure. For a few years he balanced his studies, while earning valuable experience working on various projects, ranging from parks, banks, fire stations and new schools for Pasadena ISD. By the time Xavier graduated with his Bachelors of Architecture he was ready to begin taking the AREs. This March he passed his final exam, and wrapped up his remaining IDP hours in April. He is now a licensed architect in Texas at the age of 25.

About Randall-Porterfield Architects
Randall-Porterfield Architects, INC (RPA) was founded in 1984 in the Houston Bay Area Metro-plex. The firm's continuous service over the past 30 years has allowed for much diversity in the public and private sectors with special emphasis on the following building types:

  • Schools- Elementary, Middle and High School
  • City and County Government Facilities
  • Banks and Saving & Loan Buildings
  • Churches and recreational Facilities
  • Marina and Park Facilities

Principal architect’s involvement commences with conceptual program studies and continues through-out the project schedule to assist the client in achieving the program objectives, budget, and an operational facility which is aware of its surrounding as well as impacts to the environment.
We strive to provide comprehensive services that promote appropriate design solutions with respect to project budget and schedule. For more information, visit www.randall-porterfield.com