About

M r. Cox is a native of Delray Beach Florida who grew up in the NW/SW neighborhoods. His first job, as a draftsman, was with the City of Delray Beach at the ripe old age of 16. His interest in architecture began at the age of 12 when he took a wood shop class at Carver Middle School. He graduated from Palm Beach Community College with two associate’s degrees that included general education and drafting & design technology. He went on to Florida A&M University School of Architecture, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in architectural studies and a professional degree in architecture. He also holds an MBA from the University of Phoenix. He is a licensed architect, building code administrator, state certified plans examiner, and building inspector. He founded Reginald A. Cox and Associates, Inc. in 2006.

Mr. Cox is the first licensed African American Architect from Delray Beach Florida. (The Village by the Sea) “As a native of Palm Beach County, a goal of mine is to give back to the community that supported and inspired me. Growing up with limited resources in a tough neighborhood did not deter me. Rather, it was the community that gave me strength and encouraged me to pursue my interests. I want to be a positive role model to young kids, like the role models I was lucky enough to have in my life.”

His design methodology encourages participation from clients and associates alike. Since 1989, his success and reputation have been measured by a consistent focus of obtaining his goals and repeat clients who return for additional business. His hands on approach and down to earth personality are what clients admire and appreciate. Reginald A. Cox & Associates look forward to working with customers and all communities to improve the standard of living and quality of life for all.