John Garcia

John Garcia AIA



Long before he decided to become an architect, John Garcia worked on construction job sites with his uncles. They were carpenters and would take young John along to help them build houses. “My uncles taught me how buildings go together and common sense ways to solve problems,” he says. “This has helped me in my profession as I take great pride in figuring out how our designs can be constructed and also how to solve issues that arise in the field.”

He subsequently became the first member of his immediate family to graduate from college, obtaining a Bachelor of Environmental Design and a Master of Architecture, both from Texas A&M University. Throughout his career, John has demonstrated his ability to handle a wide range of project types with varying degrees of complexity. His experience includes master planning, healthcare design and administration of construction contracts for medical facilities.

John’s commitment to overseeing the successful completion of every project makes him an important part of Page’s multidisciplinary community of professionals. He explains his rigorous approach to each task this way: “If a person is committed to his effort, he will take ownership of his work and actions and strive to be the best at what he is doing.” Additionally, his personal credo of treating others well and with respect makes him a project manager with whom both employees and clients want to work.