Tunnell-Spangler-Walsh & Associates (TSW), a Midtown-based planning, architecture and landscape architecture firm, has named Ben Woodrow “Woody” Giles as an Associate of the firm. Giles joined TSW in 2008 and has led a variety of planning efforts including creating master plans for downtowns, neighborhoods and college campuses.
A graduate of Wake Forrest University with a Masters Degree in Urban Planning from Georgia Tech, Giles is certified by the AICP, the American Planning Association’s professional institute. Giles lives in downtown Atlanta and is a member of the Congress for the New Urbanism, the Society of College and University Planning and the Georgia Planning Association. In his spare time, he enjoys biking and volunteering with Trees Atlanta.
About Tunnell-Spangler-Walsh & Associates
Tunnell-Spangler-Walsh & Associates (TSW) is a full-service planning, architecture and landscape architecture firm. The award-winning company was founded in Atlanta by Bill Tunnell, Jerry Spangler and Thomas Walsh in 1990 and specializes in developing sustainable communities, greenspaces, homes and commercial buildings. TSW is a leader in the New Urbanist movement and employs a community planning and design process that links tradition and context with today’s cultural and environmental demands. By integrating the disciplines of planning, landscape architecture and architecture, TSW delivers a continuum of design services to its clients, which has resulted in some of the Southeast’s most appealing and successful mixed-use communities, campuses, commercial buildings, resorts, streetscapes, homes and parks.
Sustainable design is an integral part of all TSW work, from the master plan level to the individual building components. Most of TSW’s staff are LEED Accredited Professionals and their designs incorporate a range of ideas for progressive energy and resource saving solutions. For more information, visit www.tsw-design.com.