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Exigo congratulates Rogelio Gaytan for becoming a registered architect in the State of Texas. He has been an asset to our team since 2014. Rogelio has the wonderful talent of interpreting the client’s vision and artfully realizing it in his designs. When he is not being an architect, he is busy bringing to life the walls of El Paso with his colorful murals. While this is a hobby for him, it is clear to see this passion influences his work at Exigo.

Arvis C. Jones S. Transit Center at Metro 31, the terminus to the Dyer Rapid Transit System for northeast residents, recently received an Honorable Mention Award by the American Institute of Architects, El Paso Chapter. The building was Designed by Exigo, in collaboration with Stantec (previously RNL).

We are excited to be part of downtown revitalization efforts by working on Franklin Avenue Apartments design; a modern complex just a few yards away from the recently constructed Southwest University Ball Park and across the tracks from Union Depot Amtrak Station.