Senior Sustainability Manager
Adam is LEED AP BD+C accredited with 11 years in the AEC industry as a Project Manager, Project Designer, Project Engineer, and Construction Project Manager. As the Senior Sustainability Manager, he oversees efforts to make our business and our clients’ projects more sustainable. He approaches sustainability from a less is more perspective to allow for complex issues to be broken down, understood and solved individually.
As he believes that sustainability encompasses people, planet, and profit, Adam is passionate about serving the communities where he lives and works. He is an active youth group volunteer and mentor. Adam is a member of NOMA (National Organization of Minority Architects) and serves on the Board of Directors for Flance Early Learning Center, an early childhood education center focused on sustainability and community engagement.
He earned his Bachelor of Design Studies in Architectural Sustainability from Boston Architectural College, where he produced an award-winning thesis on “How Cultural Sustainability Helps to Overcome Marginalization and Gentrification.”