“Imagine a building like a tree, a city like a forest” - William McDonough
Adam marries his love of art and sustainable design with his portfolio of experience in the areas of academic research, corporate architecture and non-profit work. A quick study who enjoys a challenge, Adam is able to adapt and understand a client’s needs, while helping cross-functional teams stay on deadline. His technical proficiencies with tools like Auto-CAD, Revit and Sketch-up help his teams produce high quality work that meets the needs of all stakeholders while featuring beautiful and efficient design. His work was recognized in 2014 with an AIA People’s Choice Award - Emerging Professionals Excellence in Unbuilt Award.
Master of Architecture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Bachelors of Science/Design, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
ASLA Student Award – Cultural Sustainability: A Rainforest Community-Honor Award, 2011
W. Cecil Steward, Sustainable Architecture Scholarship, 2009
Ron and Judy Hess Traveling Scholarship Fund, 2008
Gothic cathedrals, the North American prairie, paper cranes, thunderstorms, Charley Harper, and walking around big cities alone.
- Restoration Exchange Omaha Board Member
- AIA Central States Emerging Professionals Committee member