As a designer, Adam is driven to communicate the complexities of airport projects using engaging graphic techniques. Using a variety of visual mediums, he’s committed to engaging everyone in the room to facilitate meaningful discussion and decision making.
Adam has contributed to some of Stantec’s largest airport projects, including JFK Terminal 6 and the Vancouver Airport CORE program across all project stages. This work has allowed him to experience airport terminal design at the macro and the micro scale, gaining experience on terminal infrastructure master planning and phasing, terminal building design, and interior architecture and wayfinding. Adam particularly enjoys using graphic representation techniques ranging from virtual reality to simple 2D diagrams to communicate the complexities of airport projects. Alongside project work, he’s also pursuing how computational design techniques can enhance the airport terminal planning process.
Out of the office, Adam is usually found on his mountain bike exploring the trails and landscapes that British Columbia has to offer.