Adam manages business development for our Environmental Systems Division and is responsible for engineering partnerships, trade partner relations, development of opportunities, teaming, and project execution. He helps to oversee all water infrastructure projects, forecasts revenue, and develops the business plan. Upon project award, he maintains a high level of client interaction to ensure satisfaction with the project. Over the course of his career, he has helped countless owners realize the benefits of collaborative project delivery, including Design-Build and Construction Management At-Risk.
Adam holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from The Citadel as well as a Masters of Arts degree in Economics from The University of Oklahoma.
His professional association work has included participation with several organizations, including the Design-Build Institute of America & South Carolina Rural Water Association.