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Dye Designs Group Opens New Shenzhen, China Office

11.29am 19th June 2014 - Corporate

Dye Designs Group new China office
Dye Designs Group new China office

After three months of construction on a complete build out, Dye Designs Group (DDG) hosted a grand opening celebration for their new office location in the Nanshan District of Shenzhen, China.

According to DDG’s CEO, O’Brien McGarey, the move was prompted by growth in DDG’s China team in the areas of marketing and full-time design staff. The new office layout and purpose was envisioned by DDG’s President of Asia Pacific, Sam McGarey. It has a “modern industrial feel which allows for a great design atmosphere,” says one client who attended the grand opening yesterday. DDG’s new location is in a renovated factory complex specifically geared toward the design industry. Previously located one hour outside of Shenzhen at Dye’s 27-hole course, CTS Tycoon Golf Club, the new office brings DDG to a more central location inside the city.

DDG has been present in China since 1994, with an office established in Shenzhen since 2008. Their design studio headquarters will continue to be based in Denver, Colorado, USA.

The Dye family has built more than 350 golf courses in 27 countries worldwide. Over 4 generations since 1922, the Dye Family has learned the intricacies of the game and understands the demand for playability and safety that ‘hands on’ golf course architecture during construction can provide. Principal architect of Dye Designs Group (DDG), Cynthia Dye, is currently continuing the family’s legacy of world class golf course designs with 15 contracted projects in 6 countries that are in various stages of design and construction.

Dye Designs Group www.dyedesigns.com

       

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