A native Central Texan, Adam has gradually migrated south after several years in Austin attending the University of Texas School of Architecture. A city-dweller at heart, Adam enjoys the energy and diversity of urban environments. His commitment to excellence and servant leadership have impacted many of Overland’s large and most complex projects, including the University of Texas at Austin’s College of Liberal Arts Building and the Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation at Baylor University. He works closely with clients, construction partners, and design teams to deliver exemplary, award winning projects.

Adam’s attention to detail and collaborative approach facilitates well-integrated design solutions. Additionally, his thorough knowledge of building systems and technology add value to projects by uncovering efficient and sustainable design synergies. He has played a lead sustainability role in three of Overland’s recent LEED Gold projects.

Outside the studio, Adam has served as a Board member of AIA San Antonio and has chaired the Chapter’s Design Awards Committee. When not taking in local urban culture, he can be found outdoors exploring mountainous environments on foot, by bike, and on four-wheels. An avid foodie, Adam appreciates the community created while gathering around the dining table. He is also known for playing a fierce game of ping-pong.

The University of Texas at Austin
Bachelor of Architecture, 2004

Strategic / Futuristic / Deliberative / Relator / Maximizer