We are an Architectural Firm located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in business since 1979. During this time, we have devoted ourselves to the practice of high-quality private and governmental architecture. Our work expresses aesthetic sensitivity and harmony with the environment.   Because of this dedication to high standards and attention to detail, our office has been recognized with numerous local, state, and national awards and proclamations.


Our Firm has been the Architects for hundreds of diverse projects including the Broward County Courthouse, Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport Terminal No.1, Fort Lauderdale/ Hollywood International Airport Consolidated Rental Car Facility, City of Pembroke Pines City Center, City of Miramar Town Center and City Hall, City of Miramar Cultural Arts Center, Miramar Community Library/ Broward College / Nova Southeastern Educational Center, City of Miramar Police Headquarters, Weston Community Library/ Broward Community College Campus,  Broward College Fine Arts Building, Tamarac Community Library, Plantation Energy Efficiency Team Center,  Village of Islamorada Administrative Center & Public Safety Headquarters, Miramar Police Headquarters,  Marathon Fire Station No.14, Miramar Fire Station No. 100, sixteen (16) schools in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties, City of Miramar Wastewater Recycling Plant, Broward County’s North Regional Waste Water Treatment Plant, five hundred (500) townhomes for the Graham Companies, fourteen (14) City and County Public Parks; five (5) Performing Arts Facilities. We have also been the architects for several healthcare additions and renovations for the North Broward Hospital District, Holy Cross Hospital, Parkway Regional Hospital, Palmetto Hospital, Hialeah Hospital, and private practitioners like the Eye Care and Surgery Center of Fort Lauderdale.


Additionally, we were the Architects for several hotels, condominiums, offices, townhomes, retail and warehouses including the A.B.C. Distribution Center, a fifty million (50,000,000) cubic foot facility (the single largest private volume building in the Southeastern US),  historical renovations for several projects including the Tri-Rail Station in Hollywood.Mario Cartaya has dedicated his life to the pursuit of excellence in his professional life and the improvement of the community in which we all live, becoming an integral part of South Florida, where he has chosen to live, work and raise a family many years ago.