RJ Lopez is an Associate and architect in PSC’s Midland office who joined the firm in 2010 after graduating from Texas Tech University. He not only received a Master in Architecture but also a Visualization Certificate. With this added knowledge, he has been able to produce many 3D representations to help clients better understand the design intention.

Being in the K-12 studio, he has a firm understanding of school projects ranging from Design Development to Construction Administration. His experience includes — but is not limited to — theatres, fine art departments, kitchens, cafeterias, multi-purpose, classrooms, administration and more. RJ’s expertise is in 3D modeling and construction document detailing. He will make sure that the project both looks and performs the way the client wishes.

“Building Community means making a conscious effort to actively pursue means to improve our community.”

In April 2017, RJ received the Accredited Learning Environments Planner (ALEP) designation, a mark of excellence developed to reflect the knowledge, skills, and abilities of a competent educational facility planner.

RJ also serves on the West Texas Food Bank board, which serves millions of pounds of food per year across 19 counties. As a board member and education advocate, he has chaired the CANtribute program, which partners architects with high school students to design and build sculptures made out of canned food that is eventually donated to the West Texas Food Bank.