Adam joined PDP as an Intern Architect in May 2016. He has previously worked at Architecture Demarest and WorleyParsons, working on a variety of new construction projects ranging from ancillary buildings at coal fired power plants to mixed-use apartment complexes. He spent 2015 in Helsinki, Finland expanding his skill set in traditional woodworking techniques. His studies at Temple University, where he received a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 2011, brought him to Japan where he began to focus his studies on the historical context of buildings' use and surroundings. His thesis examined the various environmental and human catalysts that brought people to Mt. Penn, Pennsylvania and how they continue to affect population and built environment.
Adam has worked a number of years for Ranieri & Kerns Associates out of Bryn Mawr, PA, as a finish carpenter, which has brought him in direct contact with many historical houses in Lower Merion and their continued use and renovation. Adam is presently involved with the Concept Plan and Program for the New Jersey Executive State House.