Pamela da Graça, AIA, joined The Arkitex Studio in 2010 and is an Architect and Project Manager. Her project interests include sustainability, adaptive reuse, and preservation. Pamela has previous experience documenting historic sites, including The Mayan Ruins in Blue Creek Belize, St. Andrew Episcopal Church in Bryan, Texas, the La Belle shipwreck remains, and the Bastrop Cabins. Before joining Arkitex, Pamela attended Texas A&M University and received her Bachelor of Environmental Design in 2007 and her Master of Architecture in 2009 with Graduate Certificates of Sustainable Urbanism and Historic Preservation.
Pamela is involved in the American Institute of Architects (AIA) as a member in the national, state, and local chapters, serving as President of AIA Brazos in 2021 and numerous other roles since 2011. She is a Registered Architect in Texas, license #27431 and NCARB #92621. She is a graduate of Leadership Brazos, and her article, “Spaces for People who Experience Space Differently,” was published in the Texas Architects magazine in 2021. Pamela served on the Texas Society of Architects (TxA) Historic Resources Committee in 2012-13, and she is Chair-Elect of the TxA Publications Committee, serving as the Chair in 2024.
Pamela has a long list of hobbies she pursues when not at work, with traveling, reading, and writing topping the list.