Jorge de la Cal has managed the design of large research facilities for UCLA and Texas Tech University, educational facilities for the Los Angeles Unified School District, and civic facilities such as the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County since joining the firm in 1996. He has also recently programmed over 500,000 SF of space for UCLA, including master plans for the Department of Psychology and the School of Public Health. Jorge has nurtured an interest in historic renovation throughout his 35-year architectural career, an interest that has led to such prestigious modernization projects as UCLA’s landmark Royce Hall and the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. He is a USGBC Accredited Professional, as well as a member of the Los Angeles Conservancy and the Society for College and University Planning. Jorge received his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Southern California.