Ramon E. Dorado-Mendoza
Intern Architect

Originally from Chihuahua, Mexico, Ramon grew up learning commercial and residential construction in his family’s company in Albuquerque. He is passionate about preserving and transforming historic and vernacular architecture and has worked with National Parks Service and Historic Santa Fe Foundation conserving historic sites across New Mexico. Ramon brings his experience in construction, graphics and problem-solving to FBT, translating clients’ needs into a final design. When he isn’t working or studying for architectural licensure, he enjoys being outdoors, photography, astronomy, cooking and spending time with his dogs.

Education:
Master of Architecture, University of New Mexico
Graduate Certificate Historic Preservation + Regionalism, University of New Mexico
Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, University of New Mexico
AAS Architectural/Engineering Drafting Technology, Central New Mexico Community College