Ramiro Hernández has joined Tucker Sadler Noble Castro Architects as project manager, announced Robert L. Noble, CEO and design principal of the San Diego-based architectural firm.
In his new position, Her-nández is charged with managing a variety of projects from design through construction and completion, while serving as the liaison with clients and project consultants. He currently is managing several projects for Kaiser Permanente and the San Diego Unified School District.
Hernández brings to Tucker Sadler Noble Castro Architects 22 years of experience in the architectural profession, including 10 years in healthcare facility and hospital design and construction in San Diego. Most recently, he served as project manager for NTD Architects, where he was responsible for managing school construction projects and serving as the point of contact between the Division of the State Architect (DSA) and the firm.
Among his notable career achievements, Hernández served as the principal-in-charge for the design and construction of Sharp Hospital in Mazatlán, México. He also served as part of the design team for the original San Diego Convention Center building.
Hernández received his bachelor of science degree in architecture from Cal Poli Pomona in Pomona, Calif. He also completed a course in value engineering in Dallas, Texas.
Born and raised in México, Hernández currently resides in Chula Vista with his wife, Laura, and their two children, Paloma and Ramiro Jr.