Page Names David Enríquez as Boston Lead Design Architect

September 20, 2023

New role supports continued regional growth and extends the firm’s design-focused culture

WASHINGTON, DC – September 20, 2023 – Page Southerland Page, a leading multidisciplinary design, architecture, and engineering firm, today announced the appointment of David Enríquez as Lead Design Architect in its Boston office. With more than 23 years of experience, Enríquez will drive Page’s design perspective for significant projects, provide creative input and direction, collaborate on business development, and advocate for Page's design philosophy.

In addition to leading design, Enríquez will work across disciplines and offices to ensure integrated architecture and engineering approaches that leverage the most relevant solutions to heighten client satisfaction. 

“Compelling design has always been a focus at Page,” said Enríquez. “I look forward to helping the Boston office continue to elevate its design culture by collaborating across disciplines and regions to deliver exceptional projects that address our clients’ needs. I also plan to develop a culture that invites and inspires young, new architects.” 

Enríquez has already begun adding his perspective to client projects like the Rutgers University Medical Science Building. A registered architect with experience leading design teams, Enríquez focuses on design excellence, client relationships, sustainability, and project leadership. He has worked with various building types and designs, including universities, corporate offices, master planning, life sciences, and high-rise residential projects. Enríquez served most recently as director of architecture at Spagnolo Gisness Architects, where he designed the first two “Passive House” student resident halls in Massachusetts, including one at Williams College and the other at Wheaton College. Previously, he held design positions at CetraRuddy Architecture, Swanke Hayden Connell Architects, HOK, and FXCollaborative, where he was a project designer for one of the first LEED Gold residential towers in New York City. Enríquez holds a master’s degree in architecture from Syracuse University.

“Design has the opportunity to spark conversation and make a lasting impact, and we’re thrilled to have David on board to support Page’s design strategy,” said Michael Collard, managing director for Page’s Boston office. “Having led projects across various industries, David has a keen understanding of the needs of our clients and prospects, and he’s the perfect fit to help ensure success.”

Editorial Contact:
Sarah Goodman
Finn Partners