Nashville, TN – Lose Design announced the expansion of its services to Denver, Colorado. This new office will serve the western region of the country. Currently, the firm has locations in Nashville and Knoxville, Tennessee, and Atlanta, Georgia.

Associate Vice President of Landscape Architecture, Bram Barth, will manage the firm’s new Western Region Office. Barth’s responsibilities in the Denver office will include overseeing new business opportunities, cultivating relationships with existing clients in the area, and working alongside principals and team members to grow the business and services that the firm can provide to the Denver and surrounding communities.

“This is an exciting new chapter in the Lose Design story,” says Barth. “Our team values designing spaces that support the most fundamental human needs to live, work, and play. My focus is to develop a Western Region practice that accomplishes this and continues Lose Design’s tradition of success – for both ourselves and our clients.”

Barth is a registered landscape architect and project manager with Lose Design. He has served as project manager for numerous parks and recreation master plan projects in addition to various greenway, commercial, and institutional projects. Currently, he is project manager for the $75 million Hal and Berni Hanson Regional Park in Loudoun County, Virginia – the firm’s largest park and recreation project to date. Barth holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree from Ball State University and a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Outside of the office, he has completed multiple stewardships and authorships for various industry publications.

Chris Camp, President and CEO of the firm adds, “As the President and CEO of Lose Design, I am always looking for opportunities to expand into new markets where we can build on the firm’s past successes. In opening a new Western Region office in Denver, our goal is to bring our culture for designing Spaces for Life to vibrant and growing regions of the country. Through our collaborative and client-driven design approach, we hope to build long-lasting client relationships, just as we have done in other regions of the country for the past 37 years.”

Lose Design is an award-winning professional design services firm offering its clients a single source of responsibility for architecture, civil engineering, landscape architecture and planning. The firm maintains offices in Nashville, Knoxville, and the Atlanta area. For more information on Lose Design and its services, please visit Follow Lose Design on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn for the latest news and updates.

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