For our people, Spaces for Life means that what they are doing matters in the grand scheme of things. Our partners are committed that all team members know they have a moral and fiscal responsibility to create solutions that support the people who will develop, implement, and enjoy the facilities and outdoor spaces we design.
For our people, Spaces for Life means that what they are doing matters in the grand scheme of things. Our partners are committed that all team members know they have a moral and fiscal responsibility to create solutions that support the people who will develop, implement and enjoy the facilities and outdoor spaces we design.
For over 30 years, Chris has striven to create design solutions that allow clients of Lose Design to maximize their investments, while respecting the natural environment of each project site. As a partner with the firm since 1996, Chris has played a major role in transitioning the firm from a Landscape Architecture and Land Planning firm into a multi-disciplinary firm, offering clients integrated design solutions from the ground up. These efforts have allowed the firm to complete projects across the United States and abroad. Serving as President and CEO, Chris strives to maintain the founding principles of the firm, focusing on a management style that is both client and employee-centric. A Landscape Architect at heart, he still plays an active role in project development serving as a strategist, problem solver, and senior adviser.
Executive Vice President, CPO
Mike began his career as an assistant city engineer in 1991 before joining Lose Design in 1999. Mike's experience in the public sector has proven extremely valuable to the firm's private sector clients. Whether for a residential, commercial, industrial or mixed-use project, Mike's thorough understanding of entitlement and permitting processes makes him an effective leader. As an owner and member of the firm’s Board of Directors, Mike serves as Chief Process Officer. He is also active in his home community of Wilson County, TN, serving on the Board of Directors of Empower Me Day Camp.
Executive Vice President, CCO
Whit began practicing landscape architecture in 1994 and since joining the firm in 1997, has managed over $250 million in multi-disciplinary facility development. As an owner and Board of Directors member, he leads our Atlanta area office, where his efforts have fostered our growth and success across the U.S., and Internationally as well. Whit is actively involved in community economic development and regional planning efforts in Gwinnett County. He both continues to mentor and guide staff on the firm’s projects, and serves as our Chief Commercial Officer, where he sets the tone for Lose Design’s business development efforts.
Executive Vice President, COO
Lee joined the company in 1990 and became an owner and Board of Directors Member in 2008. He currently serves as Lose Design’s Chief Operating Officer, where he develops the company’s annual business plan, and monitors efficiencies initiatives and organizational systems. Hands-on project and client interaction continues to be one of the most fulfilling facets of his daily efforts.