Jeremy Curtis

Jeremy Curtis

Houston, TX, US

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Jeremy L. Curtis is a Houston-based designer and a 2001 graduate of Prairie View A&M University, with a Bachelor of Architecture, and over 16 years of experience.  His innate balance of creativity and logic is what makes him proficient in a multitude of environments, as he understands the importance of being flexible and willing to take risks, in search of greater rewards.

A self-starter, he thrives in an atmosphere with varied tasks and is delighted to tackle many facets of the profession head on.  Jeremy has cultivated his skills in construction documentation, graphic design, photography, 3D model-making, rendering, and presentation.  He is proficient in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign, as well as AutoCAD and many other industry leading software programs.

Jeremy’s truest desire is to learn more about himself, and to truly be an added blessing and asset to all those he comes in contact with from the introduction.  He is equipped with a wealth of knowledge, a willingness to contribute, as well as the propensity to inspire all those around him.  Jeremy is easy-going, friendly, helpful, respectable, humble, understanding, and his best quality has to be a great heart.  He can virtually do anything that he’s challenged to do, and do it well, once he sets his mind to getting the job done!

His greatest strengths equal those most essential to continual growth and sustained success:

  •     Expertise in working independently or within a teaming environment to accomplish tasks.
  •     Proficiency in learning quickly on the job and supporting goals and objectives.
  •     Career-driven history and track record of productivity and reliability.



Arkitektion, LLC, Houston, TX, US, Architectural Consultant

Minority Consulting Business, structured to provide project-specific services, in the form of unique design schemes, marketing research, 3D Modeling/Rendering, and Site Design and Development planning.

Fostered essential working relationships with various Engineering Consultants and Contractors in order to complete project goals on design-build projects.

Worked on various project types which includes an array of conceptual design schemes, small renovations, and ground-up residential, commercial, liturgical, & master planned projects.

Project portfolio includes projects from the USA to the Continent of Africa, with estimated construction budgets ranging from $100K to 15 million dollars.

Jan 2003 - current

Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, TX, US, Adjunct Professor/Instructor

Primarily responsible for teaching a Digital Multimedia Computer Course (ARCH1273), designed to help students obtain an introductory skill-set for using computer based multimedia technologies, such as Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop, Illustrator and AutoCAD 3D Modeling; which further assists them in their studies and practices. The primary emphasis is to improve their research ability, portfolio documentation, presentation and communication skills, all through the effective use of graphic technology.

Sep 2008 - May 2016

PGAL Architects, Houston, TX, US, Associate

Renowned client-centered architectural firm with more than 70 years of first-class service, innovative, responsive design solutions with a pragmatic, cost-conscious approach.

Duties included a diverse array of projects and responsibilities over the tenure of employment which included working on such high-profile PGAL projects as the Jones, Brown, & Martel Colleges at Rice University; Houston's METRO Administration Building; and the $130-million Consolidated Rental Car Facility at Houston Intercontinental Airport.

Experienced in site development (i.e. Albertson’s Grocery Stores: Texas & Louisiana); administrative corporate office planning (i.e. Avis Rent-A-Car, ANC Rental Corporation, Budget Rent-A-Car, & Other facilities: Houston, Texas, Baltimore, Maryland)

Interior architectural design experience (i.e. Alamo & National Customer Service Interior Space Design, Baltimore, Maryland) and renovation projects (i.e. Fort Bend Travis Annex Building, Richmond, Texas).

Jun 2000 - May 2004

Archi-Technics/3 & Marshall V. Brown P.E., Prairie View, TX, US, Architectural Intern

Duties included the City of Prairie View Planning Project, which encompassed various city mapping exercises, major and minor thoroughfare analysis, traffic studies, population research, and community presentations.

Jun 1999 - Mar 2000


Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, TX, US, BArch, Architecture

Aug 1996 - May 2001


Alpha Rho Chi Metal, Award


AIA Henry Adams Certificate, Award


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