Dan Miller

  • NCARB
  • Kansas State University, Bachelor of Architecture

Dan is a collaborative planner, a creative problem solver and has a passion for making “place.” His experience spans beyond two decades and includes planning for projects covering all climate zones and locations from the hottest (Death Valley, CA) to the coldest (Antarctica).  Though his previous works has touched nearly all project types, his focus has been on K-12, libraries, multi-family, resort and hospitality, as well as urban planning. Dan worked with other OZ management to refine the current internal charrette process, a process established to clarify client goals, vision and direction through a consensus-based model. He is an active Board Member on the City of Littleton Historic Preservation Board, as well as the Colorado Outdoor Education Center Board.