At Lose Design, we serve as a creative design partner to our clients, offering a single-source of approach to architecture, civil engineering, landscape architecture, and planning services. We deliver our services in a collaborative and approachable manner, resulting in better communication, accurately coordinated documents, and a faster, responsive delivery for our clients and project partners.
Continuing our integrated design approach, our full-service Architecture division is composed of architects who bring a diverse background of experience to the firm. Our architects provide full design-to-construction services in community recreation, aquatic center, office, active and passive park, educational, renovation, and re-purposing projects. We take pride in our long-standing ability to assist clients in realizing their goals while providing the community with amenities for which they can be proud.
Our civil engineers are highly skilled in the various aspects of site and infrastructure design. Whether working independently on a smaller project or as part of a larger, multi-disciplinary team, our engineers deliver both functional and cost-effective design solutions. Additionally, our engineers are experienced at securing commonly required environmental permits, coordinating with governmental and regulatory authorities, and providing the necessary construction phase services to successfully complete our client’s projects.
As leaders in the industry of Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, and Recreation Design, Lose Design is proud of the enduring landscapes created over our 40-year history. Our team has the knowledge, skill, and creativity to provide solutions through a collaborative process over multiple disciplines. This approach ensures cost-effective designs, environmental stewardship, and long-term value for our clients and the communities that we serve.
Our award-winning planners have experience on a wide range of projects that help create built environments with a sense of place and lasting value. Our private sector services include commercial and mixed-use developments, residential communities, low-impact developments, and conservation subdivisions. Public sector work includes developing ordinances, form-based codes, comprehensive recreation and park plans, creating design guidelines, on-call plan reviews and community-wide surveys.