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Cottle Carr Yaw Architects expands team

Cottle Carr Yaw Architects expands team

Cottle Carr Yaw Architects, located in the Roaring Fork Valley, recently hired five employees to work on its residential, mixed-use and commercial developments.

“2015 was a terrific year for us, both for recognition and intriguing projects. We’re continuing to expand our portfolio with terrific clients that provide us outstanding design opportunities, both locally and throughout the country,” said Cottle Carr Yaw partner Rich Carr.

Lydia Szewczyk and Megan Voiles join Cottle Carr Yaw from the Front Range and a local Colorado firm. Alex Griffin is a recent master’s graduate with experience at Boston’s Wentworth Institute of Technology, and Thomas Fagan joins from Bend, Oregon, with residential and commercial experience. Kevin Bukowski, a recent Nebraska graduate, also was hired.

“I’m continually impressed with the level of talent we have been able to attract to the valley, and we’re excited to bring new faces onboard to help with these projects,” Carr said.

Cottle Carr Yaw’s local projects include The Little Nell, Limelight Lodge, Obermeyer Place, the Sundeck, Elk Camp on Snowmass Mountain, the new Hideout at Buttermilk and numerous residential and other projects in the Aspen and Snowmass area. It was also the executive architect for the Aspen Art Museum.

Land Rover Roaring Fork receives award

Land Rover Roaring Fork recently received a 2016 Land Rover Pinnacle Club Retailer Excellence Award.

“Providing an outstanding experience to our customers is of the utmost importance to Land Rover Roaring Fork,” said Vincent Smith, general manager of Land Rover Roaring Fork. “Our entire team works very hard to achieve the Land Rover Pinnacle Club award, and we are honored to be recognized for our dedication as a leader in customer service and sales satisfaction. On behalf of Land Rover Roaring Fork , we want to offer a special thanks to our customers for their loyalty and support to us and to the Land Rover brand.”

Land Rover Pinnacle Club winners are recognized for commitment to excellence and the Land Rover brand. Sixteen Land Rover retailers were selected based on top performance in three core business categories: business excellence, customer advocacy and sales.

“The Land Rover Pinnacle Club award annually honors the 16 top Land Rover retailers who excel in key areas and provide their customers with an incomparable Land Rover experience. We recognize these retailers for being leaders in their communities, and in our company, by providing a first-rate sales and service experience for customers driving the most complete luxury all-terrain vehicles in the world,” said Joe Eberhardt, president and CEO of Jaguar Land Rover North America LLC.

Land Rover has a network of 168 retailers across the U.S. For more information on Land Rover Roaring Fork, visit http://www.landroverroaringfork.com.


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