Center for Collaborative Architecture

As Partner and Design Principal, Jorge Castro-Calou is responsible for the design, quality, and successful execution of architectural projects. His diverse and extensive background in design and master planning includes mixed-use, hospitality/resort, corporate, and residential projects around the world. In 2002, Mr. Castro-Calou’s design entry for the Bridgeport Landing mixed-use development Competition was awarded first place. Jorge Castro-Calou has a Professional Degree in Architecture and Urbanism from the University of Buenos Aires, in Argentina. He also holds a Master’s degree in Construction Management from Florida International University and he is certified as a LEED Associate Professional.

Bernardo J. Sandoval has over 15 years of experience as an architect. He received his bachelors in Architecture from the University of Miami. Mr. Sandoval’s expertise in the design of aviation, hospitality, and commercial facilities has earned him a reputation as an outstanding professional among colleagues and clients alike. His experience includes a wide range of complex projects in the public and private sector, such as the North Terminal Development at Miami International Airport, the Paseo Caribe mixed-use development in Puerto Rico, and the Marriott Courtyard hotels in Miami. His projects have earned recognition both in quality and constructability.