For Release: August 20, 2018
Ariel Eversoll, Director – Marketing
Robert Gilliam joins Lose Design
Gilliam brings nearly 40 years of experience in project management and design
Nashville, TN – Robert Gilliam has joined Lose Design as Senior Project Manager. Gilliam will be based in the firm’s Knoxville office, but will also lead projects for the firm’s Nashville and Atlanta offices. Gilliam has been managing Tennessee Board of Regents’ design and construction projects for universities, community colleges and Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology (TCATs) throughout
middle and east Tennessee for approximately four decades.
“With nearly 40 years of experience in project management, Robert will be a tremendous resource for our firm as we expand our architectural design and project management offerings to better serve our clients,” said Mike Wrye, Executive Vice President with Lose Design. “We are extremely happy to welcome him to our team.”
Projects Gilliam has led include the science buildings at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) and Tennessee Tech University (TTU), the campus of Pellissippi State Community College, multiple university libraries, the nursing buildings at MTSU and TTU, East Tennessee State University’s WETS-FM radio station building, and the observatories at MTSU, ETSU, and Roane State Community College.
For the past 18 months, Gilliam worked in Oak Ridge handling projects in East Tennessee for the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR). Gilliam started his career in 1979 as a project manager in the Tennessee State Architects Office managing Tennessee Board of Regents projects. In 1982, Gilliam was hired directly by TBR to manage design and construction for vocational schools.
Gilliam is a graduate of the University of Tennessee Knoxville with a B.A. in Architecture.
Lose Design is an award-winning professional design services firm offering its clients a single-source of responsibility for landscape architecture, architecture, civil engineering, and planning. The firm maintains offices in Nashville, Knoxville, and the Atlanta area. For more information on Lose Design and its services, please visit www.lose.design. Follow Lose Design on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn for the latest news and updates.
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For Additional Information: Deborah Varallo 615.367.5200 ext. 104; Deb@varallopr.com, Varallo Public Relations