Alfred Saenz joined MULTATECH in 1988, serving as President and CEO since 1999. Alfred’s vision for MULTATECH was to become a full-service Architectural and Engineering firm. Through steady and strategic project growth, and by selecting professionals of the highest caliber has led to adding Architectural and Civil divisions to MULTATECH’s already successful MEP group. Alfred is active in the daily operations of the company.
Before entering the University of Texas at Arlington, Alfred spent two years in the United States Army during the Vietnam Era. Prior to joining MULTATECH, he was a partner with an MEP engineering design firm in Dallas, and started and led an MEP firm in Fort Worth that was based in Dallas.
An active community leader and supporter of local non-profits, Alfred is currently involved in the following organizations:
· Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, current Chairman of Board of Directors.
· North Texas Community Foundation of North Texas, Chairman of Board of Directors, 2018-2020.
· United Community Center Foundation, Board of Directors.
· City of Fort Worth Stockyards/Northside Tax Increment Finance District, Board of Directors.
· Texas Health Behavioral Health, Board Trustee.
Alfred has also been involved in the following organizations:
· Fort Worth Opera Association, former President of Board of Directors.
· Fort Worth Opera Endowment, former Board of Directors.
· March of Dimes’ March for Babies for Tarrant County, former Chairman’s Committee.
· Mental Health America of Greater Tarrant County, former President of Board of Directors.
· Multicultural Alliance, former Chairman of Board of Directors.
· Texas Health Resources Trustee, Southwest Zone Subcommittee.
· United Community Centers, former President of Board of Directors.
· City of Fort Worth Development Advisory Council, former member.
Alfred is a previous recipient of the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's Hispanic Business Man of the Year. He is also a KXTX Telemundo 39 2013 Hispanic Business Salute honoree, one of three business leaders selected in the DFW area. The selection committee was comprised of local DFW business leaders, Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce representatives and outside advisors. Alfred was publicly honored for this award during a reception at AT&T Stadium on August 28, 2013.
The Fort Worth Business Press recognized Saenz as one of Tarrant County's top minority leaders in business and the community at the MINORITY BUSINESS AWARDS Luncheon on December 15, 2016 at the Fort Worth Club.
Alfred was named Minority Business Leader by the Dallas Business Journal in March 2010.
Alfred was born and raised in Fort Worth approximately 1 mile north of the STOCKYARDS and currently resides in downtown Fort Worth.