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Aspen, CO Colorado

ASPEN – Bluegreen Aspen has added Adam Barbe and Caitlin Weller to its landscape architecture and planning studio.

Barbe has a master’s degree in landscape architecture from Auburn University, and he worked on the East Coast at both OLIN Partnership and Andropogon Associates of Philadelphia.

At Bluegreen, Barbe has taken on the directorship of blueGREEN, where he will tackle projects ranging in size from intimate garden design to large-scale master planning.

Weller comes from Oak Park, Ill., and graduated from Colorado State University, where she worked with CSU’s campus landscape architect and sat on the campus design-review committee.

Her previous work experience with DHM in Denver focused on collaborative efforts with the National Park Service.

At Bluegreen, Caitlin will work on the program management for RFTA’s new Bus Rapid Transit Project Service. Bluegreen is assisting RFTA with community engagement and land use entitlements. She also will aid in the design of several residential landscapes.

ASPEN – Tim Power Smith has been named the new director of operations for The Aspen Club. Power Smith had been the regional director of Remede and Bliss Spas in the Western U.S. since 2005. His appointment is effective immediately.

Power Smith was the director for 10 spas total throughout the Western U.S and worked on the development and opening of five spas during his time with Remede. Before that, he was the spa director at The Aspen Club from 1997-2005.

“I’m really excited to rejoin the Aspen Club Team. The future and vision of Aspen Club Living is a project I have kept an eye on and I can’t wait to be a part of this development. It’s nice to be ‘home’ again,” said Power Smith.

As director of operations at The Aspen Club, Power Smith will oversee all of the day-to-day operations of the club and will be directly under Club CEO Michael Fox.

“It’s great to welcome Tim back to the Aspen Club team. His experience spa and health fields he will be a tremendous asset to us and to the community as we move forward with the Aspen Club vision,” said Fox.

Power Smith has a bachelor’s degree in sociology and psychology from the University of New Orleans.

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