David A. Goujon, AIA is a Mexican-Born, Texas raised architect practicing in Austin, Texas. Mr. Goujon began his career in the construction industry to first learn how to build before embarking on design. He graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor in Science degree in Construction Management. Mr. Goujon went on to work for a luxury builder in Vail, CO specializing in ski resort residential and hospitality projects. Prior to transitioning to the architecture profession, Mr. Goujon went on a one-year solo fly fishing and exploration adventure in the backcountry of Argentina and Chile. Mr. Goujon earned his Master in Architecture degree from the University of Houston College of Architecture where his thesis project focusing on migrant housing in the wine region of Napa Valley, CA was honored with distinction. Mr. Goujon is currently the Project Architect for the new Austin State Hospital with the firm Page Architects and serves on various advisory and executive boards.