Ruben Garza, AIA
With over 20 years of experience in a wide range of educational, religious, institutional, retail, and residential projects, Ruben Garza began his career in Austin while attending the University of Texas. Work at several Austin firms included various institutional projects for the City of Austin, and a number of commercial and residential projects including the Frisco / Stallones Residence in Wimberley, Texas which received an Austin Chapter AIA Honor Award. Upon graduating with a Bachelor of Architecture, he moved to Dallas to continue his career.
After working for two other award winning firms, Ruben joined Oglesby Greene, Inc. in February of 2007. Notable projects with Oglesby Greene include two new branch libraries, new banking facilities in Ennis and Waxahachie, a passive net zero residence on White Rock Lake, multiple renovation projects for the Crow Museum and a unique family residence overseas. He has served as a member of the AIA Dallas young associates committee and is an active member of the Committee on the Environment - Dallas Chapter. Ruben has volunteered for several pro bono community projects including the LINCing Dallas community design charratte. He is also an active participant in professional outreach projects for students exploring the idea of architecture and higher education.
He is a registered Architect in the State of Texas, a member of the American Institute of Architects.