Kelly McCarthy - Principal
Kelly McCarthy has practiced architecture in the Metroplex and the Pacific Northwest for the last 36 years. From his experience Kelly has acquired an in-depth knowledge of architectural design and construction systems. He has a long list of successful projects ranging in size and complexity from high-end residences to heavy industrial, and large-scale institutional, commercial and liturgical work. Kelly has completed many successful projects for numerous churches, the City of Dallas, Southern Methodist University, Dallas Theological Seminary and area educational/institutional facilities. Kelly’s comprehensive understanding of the building process has garnered awards from the American Institute of Architects, The Associated General Contractors and American School & University.
Kelly has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Idaho, with continued study at the University of London, England. Kelly is LEED certified and is involved in sustainable strategies planned for any proposed project. Kelly is a member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and has architectural registrations in Texas, Idaho, Maryland, Louisiana, Georgia and Kansas.
Kelly's influence in every project provides continuity and responsiveness from a principal that is unmatched. He may be reached at the following:
1000 N. First St.
Garland, Texas 75040
Andrew Fastle - Architect Intern
Andrew Fastle has worked in the field of architecture and engineering for over 6 years. He has participated in a broad spectrum of projects. In addition to his strong architectural experience, Andrew has gained in depth training in foundation designs and steel and wood beam design. He has worked on commercial and institutional projects and churches for a number of denominations.
Andrew has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Texas A&M University. Andrew is LEED AP+BD+C accredited and is involved in sustainable strategies planned for any proposed project. Andrew is a member of the United States Green Building Council.
Miguel Flores - Architect Intern
Miguel Flores has experience in schematic design, construction documents, submittals and overall project coordination. He has worked on project types such as liturgical, commercial, educational and a bit of residential. Miguel is very knowledgeable in a variety of software such as AutoCAD, Sketchup, Photoshop, and InDesign. He is also confident working in 3D modeling software including Rhino and Revit, as well as physical modeling.
Miguel has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from The University of Texas at Arlington. Miguel is an active member and event coordinator for (LIA) Latinos in Architecture. He is also an active associate member in the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Jacob Vinson - Architect Intern
Jacob Vinson has a variety of experience across all stages of the architectural process, ranging from schematic design to construction documents and construction administration. He has been involved in a wide range of project types, including civic, commercial, educational, liturgical and non-profit projects. Jacob’s experience allows him to effectively manage the documentation and coordination for all aspects of a chosen project. He is confident working across many mediums and software packages, from AutoCAD, Sketchup and Revit, to physical modeling, Photoshop and Illustrator.
Jacob has a Bachelor of Environmental Design and a Master of Architecture from Texas A&M University.