A clear indicator of the quality of the company’s work is the impressive long client list, including many prestigious clients that Martinez de la Casa Architects has built up over the years, counting to their credit with over 1700 private international clients, regarding all different architectural disciplines and services, covering all of Murcia, Almeria and Alicante.
For private clients, the practice has designed and directed projects (covering nearly every architecture typology), managed licenses and completed all relevant architectural paperwork. Martinez de la Casa projects have meant working closely with various national and international public entities and prominent institutions including: Bishop of Cartagena, European Union, Spanish Government, Tourism Ministry of Trade and Industry, Aguilas Townhall, Murcia's regional Housing Bureau, Murcia's Regional Department of Fine Arts & Cultural Goods.
■ Over 10 highly listed institutional buildings.
■ More than 10 highly protected patrimonial restorations.
■ Project management of over 30 buildings.
■ Judicial Expert Advisors for over 100 forensic architectural court cases, giving assistance to many prestigious legal firms along the Mediterranean coast and abroad.
■ Homologated Technical Valuations giving assistance to banks with over 2,000 official appraisals of legal estate and value for mortgages, registered with nearly all the most common Spanish banking firms.
■ Number 1 Certifying Company in South-eastern Spain, with over 4% of all the Energy Performance Certificates registered to date or well over 500 building elements certified by antiquity, being number 1 Company in certificates stamping in Murcia College of Architects in 2013/2014.
The practice has been recognized within Spain and abroad for its engaging approach to public environments and innovative design: Antonio Martinez de la Casa was awarded Cross of Merit of Calabardina in 2011 tribute for his Chapel of the Mysteries of Light.
His work has been included in several exhibitions and two sole exhibitions for his practice: Patrimonial Restoration, Rehabilitation and Revitalization of Martinez de la Casa Architects (Fundación Caja Murcia) and the Exhibition Patrimonial Creation and Restoration of Martinez de la Casa Architects in the Auditorium and Congress Palace Infanta Doña Elena (Nov 2012) of Aguilas. The practise also makes regular appearances in the media. With a super office located in the heart of Aguilas, they welcome new and old clients alike to visit them at any time.