Brian Lussier joins WithersRavenel as Client Success Manager
WithersRavenel welcomes Brian Lussier to our firm as a new employee-owner and Client Success Manager.
Brian has more than 30 years of experience in land development, planning, design, and project management, from small projects to large master planned communities. His background also includes construction administration services, allowing him to provide clients with unique insights into this critical process.
Interestingly, his experience shows a passion and depth of understanding for golf. Brian has worked extensively in golf course design, consulting, and community planning for multiple employers. From Jack Nicklaus to Gary Player, his work has not only connected him to legends on the course, but also allowed him to help create unique golf experiences in the Carolinas, and around the world. His experience in this area helped him hone his strengths, including team-building, innovation, organization, and sustainable design. He is a full member of the American Society of Golf Course Architects.
With a focus on client services and solutions, Brian’s background positions him well as a Client Success Manager. His experience across a range of projects and creative, communication-centric approach to problem-solving makes him an asset to WithersRavenel, and our clients.
It’s exciting to be part of such an accomplished and diversified team at WithersRavenel,Brian said. I’m looking forward to building and strengthening our relationships with developers who are designing communities that create a sense of place’ for our region.”
His academic background includes a bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Georgia and an associate’s degree in Landscape Development and Turfgrass from the State University of New York in Cobleskill. Brian volunteers both with his local church and First Tee Triangle (Triangle Golf Foundation).
Want to talk with Brian about an upcoming land development project? Contact him at (919) 238-0475 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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