Parkhill Celebrates Four New Licensees

Category: Company News

Written By: Parkhill Team

Date: February 23, 2024

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At Parkhill, people are at the center of everything we do. Our mission of Building Community is dedicated to improving lives inside and outside of the company. We invest in the futures of our people so they can invest their time and knowledge back into the communities we serve. Through deepening credibility and informed insight, our dedicated professionals continue to deliver excellence on every project we touch. Parkhill is proud to recognize these four individuals for receiving their new professional licenses and their commitment to advancing their careers. 

Cliff Mitchell, AIA 

Cliff Mitchell became a registered architect in January 2024. Based out of the Midland office, Cliff has been with Parkhill since 2012 but has 23 years of experience in the field of architecture. He received his B.S. in architecture from Texas Tech University and has worked in Buffalo, New York, and Las Vegas, Nevada, before moving back to Texas. His extensive and multifaceted experience ranges from K-12 and higher learning facilities to industrial and manufacturing projects, and many civic projects and retail tenant improvements. 

Josh Prothro, PE 

Josh became a licensed engineer in November 2023. He joined Parkhill’s MEP/S sector in May of 2016 after completing his electrical engineering degree from Texas Tech University. Josh is based out of the Lubbock office and has already worked on several important Parkhill projects, including the Lubbock Cooper Independent School District, Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences, and the Texas School of the Deaf.  

Ricardo Torres, AIA 

Ricardo became a registered architect in January of 2024. He has been with Parkhill for one year but has 13 years of industry experience. Ricardo earned both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in architecture from Texas Tech University. Based out of the Frisco office, Ricardo has worked on a variety of important projects, including the Frisco City Hall Renovation and the Hamilton Ranch Master Plan and Conceptual Design. 

Brendan Vasquez, PE 

Brendan became a licensed engineer in November 2023. He has been with Parkhill for four years and received his B.S. in civil engineering from Texas Tech University. His designs improve how people move—including roadway geometry, horizontal & vertical alignments, pedestrian facilities, signage plans, and traffic control plans. Based out of the Lubbock office, Brendan has worked on projects that have helped widen roads in Midland, upgraded pedestrian accessibility on major streets in Lubbock, and improved drainage and water crossings in Reeves County. 

Congratulations to all, and we look forward to their continued contributions to our mission of Building Community for many years to come.