Mariano Barragan’s portfolio of work ranges in the commercial, residential, and educational sectors. He has coordinated design and construction efforts throughout all phases, while upholding a high-level of responsibility and maintaining a calm demeanor. Mariano thrives in learning about new technological innovations in architecture, which is portrayed in his diligent understanding of project coordination. Mariano has managed and contributed to several projects that have been published and have received award recognition.
Outside of work, Mariano is active in Chicago’s Mexican-American community, where he has co-led projects for not-for-profit organizations including a full renovation of Immaculate Conception Church for the Archdioceses of Chicago. Mariano earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Illinois Institute of Technology School of Architecture; he is fluent in Spanish.