see all...Viewing 3 out of 19 projects
Jay Vigoreaux is the founder and principal of Jay Vigoreaux Architects and JVA Group, leading architectural, design, planning, consulting and project management firms headquartered in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Mr. Vigoreaux began his career in 1984 working for New York City firms: Witthoefft Associates Architects and George Cooper Rudolph III Architects, and received architectural degrees from University of Puerto Rico's School of Architecture and Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture and Planning (GSAP). He is a registered architect in Puerton Rico and New York.
Mr. Vigoreaux has managed multitude of projects including residential (custom made individual homes to multi-families projects), interiors, commercial (retail, warehouse and office), institutional, government, industrial, healthcare, educational, transportation, urban and master planning in a practice spanning 29 years of continuous experience. Projects costs range from $50K to $50 Millions.
JAY VIGOREAUX ARCHITECTS, San Juan, PR, US, Principall / Owner
Principal and sole propietor of the firm.
OPQ & ASSOCIATES, San Juan, PR, US, Project Manager
Consulltant Project Manager
UNDERWOOD ARCHITECTS, San Juan, PR, US, Consultant Project Manager
Consultant Project Manager
ARTURO J. GARCIA ARCHITECTS, San Juan, PR, US, Partner
GEORGE COOPER RUDOLPH III ARCHITECTS, New York, NY, US, Architectural Intern
WITTHOEFFT ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, New York, NY, US, Architectural Intern
Columbia University, New York City, NY, MArch, Master of Architecture
University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, PR, US, Bachelors, BA Environmental Design
Premios URBE, Honorable Mention
Biaggi-Faure Fine Art Gallery remodeling Project.
Avery Library Archive-COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, Other
Plant Genetics Laboratory Project selected for Avery Library Archives collection
William Kinne Fellowship-COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, Grant
Summer School Program - Florence and American Academy in Rome, Italy
Design+Energy Student Competition, Award
University of Puerto Rico's Fine Arts Center project