Raul E. Berrios

Partner, 19 years of experience


Master of Architecture - School of Architecture 

University of Puerto Rico, 1995

Bachelor in Environmental Design - School of Architecture

University of Puerto Rico, 1992


Architect, TX #19144

Architect, NJ #17104



Raul studied at the University of Puerto Rico, a school with a strong emphasis on passive means of adapting to the environment. He worked in the Archives of Architecture and Construction during his Master’s studies, learning first hand research and conservation techniques. In Puerto Rico he worked in master planning and multi-family projects. In Chile he had the opportunity to participate on the preservation plan for the historic elevators of the city of Valparaiso with CONPALChile as part of the US ICOMOS Summer Internship Program. In New Jersey he worked with the prestigious firm of Watson & Henry Associates, dedicated fully to historic preservation. He worked on the restoration of the David Sheppard House (circa 1792) to become the University of Rutgers Estuarine Research Center. As part of 3D/International and Parsons, Raul had the opportunity to work on projects in England, South Korea, Japan and Saudi Arabia. In addition, Raul was part of the design team of the Hotel Valencia (San Antonio and San Jose), Marriott Townplace on Houston St (San Antonio, TX) and Avondale Sheraton (Avondale, AZ). He was an adjunct professor of Design III for the University of Texas at San Antonio.