BRPH Welcomes Tim Campbell as Master Planning and Urban Design Leader
MELBOURNE, FLA. March 13, 2023 – BRPH, a nationally ranked architecture, engineering and construction firm with offices nationwide, recently welcomed Timothy Campbell as master planning and urban design leader for its growing hospitality and entertainment business.
Campbell, a certified professional landscape architect, brings to the role more than 40 years of industry experience working with real estate developers, and providing programming, land planning and sustainable design for world-class destination resorts and hotels, themed environments and commercial development. His work has earned accolades for clients including Best Overall Resort Community, Top 20 Golf Course, #1 Private Clubhouse and an American Society of Landscape Architects Design Award.
As a member of the Ginn Development team, he was part of a group that reviewed more than 60 properties in eight years, leading to the development and entitlement of 15 high-end resort and commercial properties. Most recently, he served as a principal at SCI Sarasota, a landscape architecture firm that specialized in design for resorts and residential developments, as well as themed/entertainment venues around the globe. Prior to taking that role, he owned and operated Ecoadvantage Development Services LLC, a land planning company focused on sustainable design for a variety of commercial and residential projects.
“Tim’s proven track record and wealth of experience in acquisition, asset management, resort master planning, and detailed design and development are already providing tremendous benefits to our clients,” said Margaret Brock, business unit leader for hospitality, BRPH. “His ability to provide planning guidance from conceptual design, programming and visioning all the way through construction, brings yet another value-added resource in-house, rounding out our full-service suite of offerings.”
The growth of the BRPH’s hospitality business was equally attractive to Campbell. “BRPH has quickly emerged as a leader in the hospitality design business and I’m excited to join this team of industry leaders to help close the circuit on delivering the full client service experience, beginning with master planning and land planning,” he explained.
BRHP recently welcomed other high-profile personnel to its growing hospitality team, including project executive Rick Sconyers, a former Hard Rock International vice president, and national practice leader for interior design, Cristi Moore, a former design director, Southeast hospitality leader and design experience leader with Gensler Atlanta. The firm recently announced its partnership with Sports Illustrated Resorts to provide architecture, interior design and branding for the first Orlando project in the resort portfolio. The firm is also providing architecture and design for the Margaritaville Resort in Flagler Beach, Florida, among several other proprietary projects.
Campbell earned dual bachelor’s degrees in environmental science and landscape architecture/planning from Syracuse University in conjunction with the College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) and an associate degree in architecture from Alfred State University.
ABOUT BRPH – BRPH is a technically focused, creative AEC firm dedicated to solving clients’ most challenging problems through architecture, engineering, design, interior design, construction and mission solutions. The firm partners with mission-driven clients in the aerospace, defense, manufacturing, commercial, education, entertainment and hospitality markets to identify gaps in their program delivery, then plans, designs, manages and constructs facilities and solutions that get the job done – beautifully and intelligently. Founded in 1964 to support America’s space program, BRPH is consistently ranked among the nation’s top firms and has completed a wide range of projects across the United States and throughout the world. Headquartered in Melbourne, Florida, BRPH operates regional offices in Orlando; South Florida; Atlanta; Charleston, South Carolina; Huntsville, Alabama; Seattle; Phoenix; and Palmdale, California. For more information, visit brph.com.