Architectural firm opens office in Vail
VAIL — Vertical Arts Architecture, a full-service, multi- disciplined architectural firm, has opened a new office in Eagle County. The firm, which currently operates in Steamboat Springs and Denver, has opened a Vail office to better serve its clients. Chandler Diemund, who has worked on projects in Eagle County for more than a decade, will head the Vail office. Diemund has more than 15 years of experience designing and facilitating interior, landscape and architectural projects around the Vail Valley.
“I am delighted that our new office will bring added convenience to our clients in the Vail Valley and the surrounding areas,” said Founding Principal Brandt Vanderbosch. “We look forward to continuing our strategic growth and maintaining our commitment to meet the needs of our clients. Chandler is an outstanding addition to our firm and we look forward to continued growth and success with him in the years to come.”
Vertical Arts Architecture opened its flagship office in Steamboat Springs in 2004, followed by the addition of a Denver office in 2014. The company was recently recognized for the second consecutive year by PSMJ Resources’ exclusive “Circle of Excellence” as one of the nation’s most successfully managed architectural, engineering and construction businesses. For more information, please visit http://www.vertical-arts.com.
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