Marcelo Reyna joined Arrington Watkins in 1996, and currently serves as a project manager and the firm’s sustainability director. He has managed a wide range of project types, with a focus on Native American, waste services, public works/industrial, judicial and office/T.I.’s.
Recently, Marcelo has supervised a number of Arrington Watkins’ notable projects, including Maricopa County Clerk of the Superior Courts, Navajo Nation, DPS Training Academy, Phoenix 27th Avenue Compost Facility, and the Arizona Community EcoCenter. Dedicated to sustainability, Marcelo is a LEED AP and a founding member of the USGBC-Arizona Chapter, formerly serving as Education Chair.
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