Cesar Gellido earned his Bachelor’s degree in Architecture at Texas Tech University and brings to the WORKSHOP8 team his background and expertise in the construction industry. Prior to joining WORKSHOP8 in 2018, Cesar worked with a General Contractor building custom mountain homes. He previously led his own design workshop and continues to run a successful fire mitigation company called “Double 8 Knot.” He believes that one should be actively involved with their local community, and therefore he dedicates his work to designing and building unique and sustainable structures for communities.
Cesar is an architectural designer and project manager at WORKSHOP8. When he is not coordinating project details, he is working on his grassroots organizations such as “Saws and Slaws” or spending his weekends as a volunteer firefighter. He enjoys everything the outdoors entails, including fly fishing, mountain biking, rock climbing, archery, beekeeping, and backpacking.
Bachelors of Science in Architecture, specialty in Sustainable Architecture
Texas Tech University
WORKSHOP8 architecture | planning | design – Architectural Designer / Project Manager 2018 to Present
Canyon Creek Constructors – Site Superintendent 2014 to 2017
Open Air Design, LLC – Owner/ Principal 2010 to 2014
Fletemeyer & Lee Associates, Inc. – Project Manager 1999 to 2010