Currie Sowards Aguila is pleased to announce the addition of two new architects to the firm’s Delray Beach staff bringing the firm’s headcount to a total of 14. In two short months, the firm has doubled in size. Ivan Gomez, AIA joins the firm as a project architect and project manager. He is a registered architect with 14 years of related experience in the commercial and public sector markets. Ivan will be an integral member of the firm’s municipal design studio. A graduate of the University of Florida, Ivan holds a Master of Architecture Degree. Ivan is currently managing the Hallandale Beach Fire Rescue Station and Emergency Management Facility. Raymond Estrella joins the firm as a key member of the BIM studio. A graduate of the University of Florida, Raymond holds a Master of Architecture Degree from the University of Texas at Austin. He is currently working on the $30 M Uptown Atlantic project. Currie Sowards Aguila Architects has been based in Delray Beach, Florida since 1969. The firm’s design portfolio features 65 design awards for projects in the public and private sector and located throughout south Florida.