"ABOUT CACO ARCHITECTURE
CaCo Architecture is a multi-awarded firm. Included in its many recognitions is the 2011 Brick in Architecture Award – Bronze Winner for its work on Alta Mesa Pump Station in Dallas. The award was given for its impressive use of brick coursing, profiles, and concealed lintels in the project. For the design, the firm took inspiration from the water movement of the facility’s pipes. Hence, a circular motif is seen throughout the facility, including the station’s wrought iron fence. In this project, the firm displays its ability to create an approachable, visually appealing design for a utilitarian building.
CaCo Architecture is a leader in providing meaningful, beautiful, and efficient designs for the aviation, corporate, education, and hospitality sectors. The firm produces designs that are responsive to context, culture, and circumstance. Its services encompass interior and sustainable design, as well as programming, visioning, and planning.
Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (FAIA) Myriam E. Camargo leads the firm in producing meaningful designs such as these. As a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP), she rallies the team in creating sustainable outputs. Camargo works hand-in-hand with E.J. Copeland, firm partner, and Roberto Diaz, Associate Principal. In addition, Copeland is National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) certified and holds architectural licenses in 44 states."