With over 20 years of architectural experience, Mr. Pasion has been involved in a multitude of different building types ranging from aviation, commercial, industrial, retail, forensic and educational in the public and private sectors. He received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from U. C. Berkeley in 1996.
Since the age of 21, Mr. Pasion gained experience designing hospital plans for a prominent architecture firm in Sacramento. Upon graduating architecture school, Mr. Pasion continued his interest in hospital architecture at the prestigious Stanford University Medical Center where he designed and prepared construction documents for public spaces and the expansion of the hospital campus.
Jose Luis Enriquez, Jr.
Jose was born in Laredo, Texas and raised in Woodland, California for the majority of his childhood and adult life. His parents sent him to a private school (Woodland Christian School) on a scholarship basis. There Jose developed the rigorous work ethic and determination that caused him to graduate Woodland Senior High School with honors . Jose learned throughout those years to play the alto saxophone at the highest of levels and compete as an excellent athlete in multiple sports which include baseball, football and soccer where he earned an All-Delta League award. However, it was his childhood dream at the age of eight years old where “Joey” realized he wanted to grow up and be an architect. This dream inspired him to be accepted into the impacted major of Architecture at Cal Poly SLO in 1991. Soon after Jose married his wife Sandy. They have been happily married for over 20 years. Jose is also the father of two sons.
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