EVA READ-WARDEN, AIA

EVA READ-WARDEN, AIA
Principal | eva@arkitex.com

Eva came to Bryan/College Station in 1994 after gaining much experience working for architectural firms in Pennsylvania and New Mexico. Though locations and projects have been diverse, the challenge of turning ideas into real buildings has been a common thread. Eva relishes this challenge and enjoys helping clients through the process of seeing a vision realized.

Eva graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Architecture from Mississippi State University in 1988. After graduation, Eva moved to Philadelphia where she worked for Mitchell/Giurgola Architects. While there, Eva worked on large public projects, as well as smaller private projects. After leaving Philadelphia, she moved with her husband to New Mexico, where her project experience included health care, commercial, and numerous educational projects.

Eva is a registered architect (#15353 TX) and is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. As a Principal of The Arkitex Studio, Eva has managed commercial, public sector work and residential. A member of the Texas Society of Architects, she chairs the Historic Resources Committee. Eva has served as President of the Brazos Chapter of the American Institute of Architects in 2000 and 2011 She is a member of A&M United Methodist Church, where she has served on numerous committees, including the Board of Trustees, Weekday School Board and building-related committees. Eva currently serves the City of Bryan as a member of the Historic Landmark Commission.