Designing Buildings with Intention

By Chris Arnold

On this episode I’m speaking with Nate Jenkins, Principal at OZ Architecture in Denver, Colorado.

Nate has over 25 years of experience and a distinguished portfolio of work spanning the globe. He’s passionate about working with clients to develop projects with a high level of design while staying true to the environment and the communities within which their projects are sited.

Nate has a deep passion for improving design through process, designing and developing projects that make a positive contribution and is not afraid to push boundaries and make change happen.

His experience includes millions of square feet of mixed-use, commercial/retail, office, resorts and hospitality, K-12, Higher-ed, and multi-family projects.

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Chris Arnold

Guest

Nate Jenkins

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