American Indian Chamber of Commerce

October 20th Networking Luncheon to Feature Architectual Industry

Arrington Watkins Architects to Present at October 20th Chamber Networking Luncheon at the Casino Arizona Eagles Buffet Banquet Room at 11:30 a.m.
Arrington Watkens Architects have 15 years of Native American design experience in Arizona.

Matt Gorman, Principal
Matt has managed major projects for the firm throughout the United States, including a number
of private prisons, two large Federal Prisons, and border patrol stations.  Locally, Matt has been
Project Manager on numerous police and fire facilities for the City of Phoenix, City of Tempe,
and for several Native American communities.
Marcelo Reyna, Project Manager
Marcelo is an experienced project manager on a variety of project types, many of them for
Native American Communities. Projects include public safety (courts, police and fire), public works, recycling,
and alternative energy projects. Marcelo is skilled at performing programming and needs assessments and
serves as the firm’s leader in Sustainability, LEED, U.S. Green Building Council and Native American projects.
Justin Martinez, Designer
Justin joined Arrington Watkins as an intern in 2007. He received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture
from ASU in 2008. After graduating, he joined AW full-time to be part of the firm’s first Revit pilot project.
Justin returned to ASU to earn his Master of Architecture, where he focused his studies on
solely using Revit for design and presentation. Justin is an integral part to our BIM design team.
Arrington Watkins is a full-service architecture firm established in 1994
by Lynn Arrington and David Watkins. Arrington Watkins has provided design services to
Native American Communities, government clients, corporations and contractor firms throughout the
United States on projects ranging in size up to $320 million in construction cost.  The firm’s expertise is in
the design and management of projects that are technically complex in their systems, function or processes.
These projects have included facilities for public safety, public works, criminal justice, waste services,
and government offices.  Much of our experience is in managing complex projects involving
multiple consultants, approving agencies, owners and user groups.
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Arizona Native American Fatherhood and Families Association

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