BRPH, an international architecture and engineering design firm, is pleased to announce Rob Byers as Director of BRPH Interiors.
"Rob is a welcomed addition to the BRPH team. We've been anticipating growth within our interiors team and know Rob is well-poised to lead the group and the firm to new heights," said BRPH President & CEO, Brian Curtin.
Rob has extensive experience in large-scale interior design. He has worked on projects throughout the Southeastern United States for clients such as Hewlett Packard, Coca Cola and Invesco. Most recently, he has led the design of a large percentage of the tenants in the Cigar Factory, and completed Paw Paw restaurant, both in Charleston, SC.
"I'm pleased to announce my new role at BRPH to my friends, clients and colleagues in the industry," said Byers. This an exciting time for our firm as we strengthen the already talented and impressive interior design practice at BRPH. While my move to BRPH is an organizational change, you can continue to expect the same commitment and design leadership that I have shown with my previous firm, with the additional support of a growing firm with a nationwide presence.
"It is my hope that with this change, I will better serve you in all of your design needs now and in the future."
Rob holds a bachelor's degree in Architecture from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. He is certified with the National Council for Interior Design Qualification and is a long standing member of the International Interior Design Association. Prior to joining BRPH, he was the Interior Design Director for McMillan Pazdan Smith in Charleston, SC.
Rob will lead BRPH Interiors from the firm's Charleston office. Learn more about interior design at BRPH.RSS