We are proud to announce and would like to congratulate one of our team members Arq. Samuel González, AIT for receiving the "City Livability" award from the Conference of Mayors of the United States. The award was for an initiative that focused on improving the quality of life and social development of the Cerro families in Aguadilla , Puerto Rico. The conference was celebrated in Honolulu, Hawaii. Congratulations Samuel!
Pintalto is a community-based artistic project that seeks to impact low-income communities located in hills in urban centers of towns in Puerto Rico. In an initiative pomoted by Samuel González, people from all sectors are invited to impact through painting dozens of structures and residences and some improvements in infrastructure, with which it is promoted to improve the quality of life of the sector and encourage tourism and economic development of the area. Currently, these initiatives have been carried out in Manatí, Yauco and Aguadilla, the second carried out for the Yaucromatic murals event. The change has been noticeable in these spaces, places that were previously perceived as desolate or abandoned, have become focal points of interest to visitors.