Connie G. Rivera, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP Project Architect

  • Phone 361.561.2165
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  • Education Bachelor of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin; Studio Mexico Historic Preservation Program, University of Texas at Austin
  • Professional Texas Registered Architect #21447, NCARB Certified #71714, US Green Building Council Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional
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Growing up in South Texas, Connie developed a love for the history of Texas through family trips across the state, which prompted her to study historic preservation as part of her architectural education.   Upon returning to Corpus Christi, she quickly became active in the community and involved in local organizations.  She later took on the part-time position of executive director for the local AIA, which allowed her to spend time with her son while remaining involved with the profession and the community.   She has used that experience to become an advocate for the profession and currently serves on the board of the Texas Society of Architects, as well as the Del Mar College Architecture and Drafting Technology Advisory Committee and the Equine Sharing Program, an organization dedicated to provide funding for equine assisted therapy for those with physical disabilities.

Connie brings to the client valuable working skills in project design, management of architectural and engineering projects, and service as an owner’s representative.  With almost 20 years of architectural experience, Connie has worked on various projects with responsibilities that include project management of new construction, historical restorations, and construction administration. Connie’s wide-range and varied experience in building design, construction and facility maintenance provides a unique perspective on critical analysis of the functional and constructability issues on every project in which she is involved.  One of her great strengths is acting as owner’s representative on large scale projects of all types and through every phase of design and construction.


Leadership Corpus Christi – Class 39 2010-2011; Harbor Bridge Citizens Advisory Council – 2007; Uniform Development Code (UDC) – Blue Ribbon Committee 2006; AIA Corpus Christi Chapter – Architect Member since 2009, Associate Member 1999-2009, President 2014, Executive Director 2008-2011; Texas Society of Architects – Vice President of Professional Development, Chapter Director 2015-2016; Equine Sharing Program – Board Member 2015-Present; Junior Chamber of the Coastal Bend – Vice President 2013; Advisory Council for Del Mar College Architectural & Drafting Technology Program – 2010 – Present, Chair 2013 – Present,; AIACCC/Coastal Bend Bays Foundation – Smart Growth Forum IV, Oso Bay Watershed Workshop 2004: Committee Chair/Facilitator; Smart Growth Forum III 2003: Committee Chair

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