Jose Quezada

Jose Quezada

Delray Beach, FL, US



As a recent graduate from Andrews University's architecture school, I am looking for a firm where I could begin my architectural journey. Throughout my studies, I have discovered that the practice of architecture cannot be like a factory, mass producing a single project; instead, the most loved buildings that I have experienced exhibit the perfect combination of Vitruvian Firmitas, Utilitas and Venustas qualities. I am a motivated individual that is hungry for knowledge and an opportunity to put those skills learned in school to use.  Ultimately, I am working towards becoming a licensed architect and I am willing to put my efforts to reach this goal.


Denise Collard

Assitant to the dean/School of Architecture/Andrews University

T 269.471.6003

Douglas A. Mummaw, AIA, NCARB

Principal at Mummaw & Associates 

T 561.361.0375

Troy Homenchuk, M. Arch

Former Professor, Andrews University 

T 269.241.0433

Martin Smith, Architect

Principal at AMG

T 269.471.6003



Robin Ann Johnson, Architect; White Oak Timberframe, Empire, MI, US, Illustrator and Builder

Illustrated and built timber frame structures.

Dec 2012 - Jun 2013

Architecture Mission Group, Berrien Springs, MI, US, Architectural Intern

Coordinating construction documents for commercial projects, Consultant Coordination and advanced Design Development.

Jan 2013 - May 2013

Mummaw and Associates, Inc., Boca Raton, FL, US, Intern Architect

Coordinating construction documents for commercial projects, Consultant Coordination and advanced Design Development.

Jun 2011 - Aug 2012


Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI, US, MArch, Architecture

Andrews University Architecture Program Mission:
The faculty promote stewardship, rigorous scholarship and creative problem solving in their disciplines, and encourage students to:
• Shape places that foster whole human health;
• Explore time–honored and innovative solutions in their works;
• Seek joy, beauty, and moderation in a lifelong pursuit of learning;
• Serve mankind in accord with a professional and Christian vocation.
All this for the glory of God until the risen Christ comes again.

Aug 2009 - May 2013


J. N. Andrews Honors Scholar, Other

"The J. N. Andrews Honors Program has sought to provide challenging classroom experiences focused on critical thinking, discussion, and debate. Following in the footsteps of our namesake, the early Adventist scholar and missionary J. N. Andrews, the Honors Program strives to wed rigorous academic training with deep and abiding faith. In addition, the program’s culminating Senior Honors Thesis provides a context in which undergraduate research endeavors flourish. The Honors Program motto, “Excellence, Commitment, Service,” celebrates high levels of academic achievement united with a responsibility to put intellectual gifts to practical Christian service." Pittman


Architecture Student Achievement certificate from Andrews University, Award


2013 AIA Michigan Student Award, Award

"This award celebrates an exemplary project completed by a group of students in their final years in an architecture program."


Alpha Rho Chi Bronze Medal, Award

Since 1914, Alpha Rho Chi, the National Professional Fraternity for Architecture and the Allied Arts, has promoted the profession of architecture by encouraging students to excel. To honor their achievements, the Alpha Rho Chi Medal is offered each year to over 100 schools of architecture, whose faculty select a graduating senior they feel best exemplifies these qualities.
In 1931, the Grand Council of Alpha Rho Chi established the Alpha Rho Chi Medal to "encourage professional leadership by rewarding student accomplishment." The Fraternity provides the medal to selected schools of architecture throughout the country to be awarded to the graduating senior who has shown an affinity for leadership, performed willing service for the school or department, and gives promise of real professional merit through his or her attitude and personality. The Alpha Rho Chi Medal is awarded annually to graduating seniors at accredited schools of architecture in the United States and Canada and at schools with an active chapter of Alpha Rho Chi Fraternity, and is judged by the faculty of that school of architecture as best exemplifying these qualities.


Dehaan Work Excellance Award, Award

Funded and designed by Frank and Dolly DeHaan to promote excellence in student workers at Andrews University. The DeHaan Work Excellence Award provides funds toward certain university-connected expenses. Nominations for these awards are initiated each winter by work supervisors.


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