Adam joined EV in 2018 with a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley with an emphasis in water quality.
Adam has worked for various engineering firms through the years. He gained three years of professional experience in the water resources and civil engineering industry while living in the San Francisco Bay Area.
He joined Peace Corps in 2010 where he worked in Honduras as a water and sanitation engineer. Adam’s favorite work with the Peace Corps was designing gravity fed water systems in several communities outside of Talanga, Francisco Morazán while helping his partner agency the MANOFM. After returning from Peace Corps Adam worked as a civil project engineer in Vermont for a local firm. Some of his primary tasks included inspecting municipal water and sewer project in Vermont and New Hampshire.
As of late, Adam has worked for civil engineering firms that focus on land development. Adam has three years’ experience working for a land surveying and engineering firm as a civil engineer. The firm focused on subdivision design and land development for several clients in Montana.
Adam strives to guide clients through their projects with clear communication and expectations.A few of Adam’s current projects include the westend Thayer building, Irving Institute, West-End Channing-Cox, and pump stationupgrade at Dartmouth College, Jake’s Market new location, and Fujifilm Dimatix101 Etna Park expansion.
In his free time, Adam enjoys exploring the woods of the Upper Valley, fly fishing and getting out on his road bike as often as he can.
If you had to choose a different career, what would it be?
What is your favorite project you’ve worked on?
My favorite project was designing water and sanitation systems as a Peace Corps volunteer in Honduras.
Why did you choose EV?
It’s a small firm that is focused on civil engineering, which is what I enjoy.
What is your favorite way to pass time?
Getting out and exploring the woods in VT or NH – biking, hiking or x-country skiing.