DHM Design is happy to announce the promotion of Garrett Watkins within its Durango office to associate.
With a degree in Architecture, Garrett began his career with a focus on the interaction between the built environment and systems of landscapes. At DHM, he has become passionate about using 3D modeling to help quickly communicate the challenges and solutions designers face throughout various phases of design.
“Garrett is central to many of DHM’s landmark projects. He brings exceptional design skills to our clients,” said principal Ann Christensen in a news release. “His recent work includes site planning for the Ute Museum in Montrose, design for the Durango Hot Springs resort, and contributing to larger community vision plans across the region.”
DHM Design is an employee-owned firm that has provided a range of services, including landscape architecture, land planning, ecological planning and urban design to clients nationwide since 1975. It has offices in Denver, Carbondale, Durango, Missoula and Bozeman.