Mr. Medellin has more than thirty years experience in all aspects of the profession of Architecture. During this time he has been involved in several outstanding, award winning, high profile and varied architectural achievements. His experience includes numerous large and small scale commercial, residential, interior architecture and historic preservation projects.
With a Masters Degree in Architecture from The University of Florida, Mr. Medellin has participated in some of the most significant and successful Historic Preservation projects in South Florida, such as the Coral Gables Biltmore Hotel, Miami Fl., The Bass Museum, Miami Beach Fl., The Congress Building Miami, Fl., The Old Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel , Ft. Lauderdale, Fl., The Marion Theater-Movie House , Ocala F., The Tiffany House, Ft. Lauderdale, Fl., The Al Capone Estate, Miami Beach, Fl., The Deering Estate, Miami Fl., The Coral Gables Library, Coral Gables, Fl. and Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Miami Fl.
Mr. Medellin has extensive experience working with local, state and federal governing agencies. Most of his projects have been Historic Restorations certified by the Secretary of State Department of Interior. He served as a member of the City of Miami Beach Historic Preservation Review Board for a period of five years, a member of The Secretary of State Acquisition and Development Grant Review Panel, and is currently a design consultant for the National Trust for Historic Preservation National Main Street Program and a Consultant for the National Conservation Assessment Program, CAP.
As a Principal in charge and as a Project Manager, Mr. Medellin is responsible for the direction, administration of the development of designs, schedules, production, quality control and coordination from inception through completion.