Carhuff + Cueva Architects, Inc. (CCA) was founded in 1993 by Philip A. Carhuff. In 2011, Mark Cueva became partner after 13 years of employment. Together they offer a wide variety of full architectural services. For the last sixteen years Carhuff + Cueva Architects have dedicated themselves to satisfying clients in the educational, commercial, and residential fields often with demanding budgets and schedules. CCA has mastered the intricate and often problem-wrought renovation and addition project that requires intense study and information gathering of existing conditions.


  • 20¬†years of commitment to excellence
  • 3-5% maximum fluctuation of bid price
  • Member of Arizona Charter Schools Association
  • In-house cost estimates
  • 3D Rendering capabilities
  • Member of the American Institute of Architects
  • Member of US Chamber of Commerce
  • Member of USGBC


CCA utilizes for the last ten years Building Information Modeling (BIM) software, AutoDesk Revit with Mental Ray rendering capabilities, making CCA a local leader in implementation of this crucial and evolving building design technology. The implementation of BIM software on every project allows CCA to produce construction documents more quickly, efficiently and accurately than with traditional CAD programs. BIM also speeds up client evaluation of alternative 3D design modeling concepts, floor plans and building colorizations.

Design is a TEAM approach and every member of the team has the responsibility for the success of any project. CCA will provide the leadership, talent and proven ability to take on any design task and do it with pride.

    • Pei Cobb Freed and Partners, NY
    • Kaeyer, Garment & Davidson, NY
    • Carhuff + Cueva 1995-present
    • Arizona and New York Registered Architect
    • BArch Architecture 1983-1988: Cornell University
    • William G. Ure, III Memorial Award
    • 15 years architectural design and drafting experience
    • Arizona Registered Architect
    • Fluent in Spanish
    • BArch Architecture 1998-2003: University of Arizona, College of Architecture