While studying Architecture at Universidad Iberoamericana, he entered the study of Engineer Heberto Castillo, where he worked calculating structural moments. He was assigned the architectural project of an industrial complex in the State of Hidalgo. By August 1978, he had finished the first building in its history along with his architectural degree. Interested in the industrialization of housing, he was hired in a factory in the State of Israel, where he understood two things: that his trade would never be the massive construction of architecture, and that it is designed with its structure and construction process in mind. In 1982, when he presented his professional exam he obtained Honorable Mention, and was invited by his synods to teach at the University, where he has been Professor of the Project and Construction cycle; He has taught Diplomas, participated in the Coordination of the Construction Cycle, and in the revision of the curriculum of the School of Architecture Plan Universidad Iberoamericana, and since 2003, has coordinated the CEMEX White Chair in the University. His university education, his early understanding of the structures and construction processes, as well as his continuous learning of the trade through teaching, are clearly visible in his projects. He has several international recognitions, such as:
2019 Architecture Career Award 2019, Association of Real Estate Developers A.C.
2017 CEMEX Works Award in Building and Universal Accessibility
2016 - 2017 Invited as “Expert in Residence” by Harvard University
1992 First place in the world to the intelligent building awarded by the IBI of Chicago Illinois USA.