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ARCHITECTS PLANNERS INTERIORS

6040 Camp Bowie Blvd. #47  Ft. Worth TX. 76116    (817) 731-8818      federicoassoc@yahoo.com


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President - Joe Federico Jr.   A.I.A.  N.C.A.R.B.
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Federico/Associates Inc., A.I.A. Architects, Planners&Interiors was founded by
Joe Federico Jr., January 1970 in Dallas Texas. Today Federico/Associates
is an innovative, dynamic forceful model for modern architecture that will continue
to the 21st. century.

Established as a premier architectural and design company, the firm has grown continuously since its founding and has designed almost every building type within
the United States including many phases of modern mainstream architecture,
master planning, multi-story office buildings, schools, warehousing&distributing and
United States military and government installations. The firm is currently licensed
in the states of Texas and New Mexico.  The firm is certified by the North Central Texas Regional Certification Agency as a Minority Business Enterprise
practicing Architecture, Planning&Interior Professional Services.

Joe Federico Jr., founder and president attended the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) and is a Value Engineer certificate holder. Joe Federico Jr., served as the Texas State Representative on the committee of the design for the National A.I.A. from 1976 to 1980. He is fluent in Spanish and has traveled extensively in Europe, South America and Mexico.

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McNAIR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL,   DALLAS TEXAS U.S. COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS,
VENICE LOUISANA AND GULPORT MISSISIPPI

 

 

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RIVER BEND OFFICE BUILDING,   DALLAS TEXAS

SOLAR - U.S. BORDER PATROL SECTOR HEADQUARTERS MARFA, TEXAS  GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION PROJECT COMPLETED NOVEMBER 1977, IN WHICH A TOTAL 100% SOLAR HEATING,  COOLING AND DOMESTIC HOT WATER SYSTEM WAS UTILIZED. THIS EXTREMLY SUCCESFUL PROJECT WAS FEATURED IN TWO MONTHLY ISSUES OF THE TEXAS ARCHITECT MAGAZINE, A STATEWIDE PERIODICAL.