Adam was born with a fervent desire to build; at an early age, he set his sights on becoming an architect. After graduating from Cornell University, he spent several years working in Baltimore before returning to Cincinnati.
Since arriving at glaserworks in 2007, Adam has been leading complex projects that contribute to the civic realm. When the weather is nice, you will find Adam riding his bike to the glaserworks office in downtown Cincinnati from his home in Oakley. In less accommodating weather, he opts for public transportation.
Adam takes great satisfaction in seeing a project from conception all the way through the completion of construction. He proactively seeks out opportunities to contribute to sustainability efforts – such as the Fernald Visitors’ Center project, where he led the design team as the LEED AP.