Mr. Lieber’s “results-oriented” approach to problem solving is based upon a foundation of community involvement, collaboration and more than 25 years of experience. With extensive experience managing highly visible, multi-million-dollar projects, Chris has the technical knowledge and practical experience necessary to lead a project team to a solution that is creative, politically acceptable, and fiscally responsible.
Mr. Lieber holds a degree in Landscape Architecture from the College of Architecture and Planning at Ball State University. Having previously served as Manager of the Colorado Springs Parks Trails, Open Space and Parks (TOPS) Program, he has a proven track record of successful collaboration and project implementation involving numerous stakeholders and passionate community advocates in the Pikes Peak Region including over forty park and open space master plan processes, numerous park construction projects, many miles of trail, and the planning and acquisition of thousands of acres of public open space. Mr. Lieber’s focus at N.E.S. Inc is on sustainable projects that provide great spaces for people to enjoy the outdoor Colorado lifestyle and on planning processes that seek to find a delicate balance between natural resource conservation and community recreation.
Mr. Lieber is pleased to bring his professional experience and community spirit to the N.E.S. Inc. Team. Beyond his professional life, he enjoys serving in a volunteer capacity within the Colorado Springs Community and adventure travel with his family…including cycling 4,422 miles across the United States on a bicycle built for four.