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Alan Enriquez 


architect for theNational Autonomous University of Mexico. He studied the Master in Architecture and Urban Design inColumbia Universityin New York City and studied part of the Bachelor ofMcGill Universityin Montréal, Canada. Throughout his academic career he has received various awards in competitions such as Urban Design for theCergy Pontoise Universityand honorable mention in theCEMEX Marcelo Zambrano Scholarship.In addition, he participated in workshops such as the International Tendencies of Urban Planning Workshop with theTUBerlin, the EcoArchitecture WorkshopHAWK Hochshule für Angewandete Wissenshaft und Kunstamong others.


He has worked in firms such asRojkind ArchitectsYTerritorial Workshop; In 2011, he worked atUSGwhere he gave conferences in Mexico, USA and India about sustainability and lightweight systems for construction.

In 2014 he was Deputy Director of Projects atCONSULT(today Secretary of Culture) where he participated with intervention designs to the National Heritage.

Later it wasArchitecture CoordinatorBIMYLEEDfor the Airside Project of theNew Mexico City International Airport,in which he had the opportunity to participate in theInternational BIM Conference in Lisbon (BIMM), Portugal in 2016 presenting the process to generate the BIM Execution Plan.

In 2020 your Project of theNiknelia Industrial Park (Today Prologis Toluca II) was awarded by theProperty AwardsWhatThe Best Mixed Use Project in Central and South America.

He has been a Professor since 2013 at theMax Cetto Workshopof thearchitecture facuiltyof theUNAM.


Currently, he works on projects for different clients, designing projects and consulting on the BIM methodology and high performance for architectural projects.

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