Adam began his Architectural career in New England in 2000; he relocated from Buffalo, New York to the Boston area to work on the Boston University Agganis Arena and Recreation Center with Cannon Design. During his employ with Cannon Design his career path made a turn from recreation design to research laboratory design. This decision eventually lead him to work with The Stubbins Associates in 2002 to take part in the renovation and retrofit of the NECCO candy factory in Cambridge for conversion into the Novartis National Headquarters and Research Facility. After the completion of the NECCO project in 2004, Adam was hired by the Payette Associates as part of their laboratory design team where he continued to focus and hone his skills over the next six years on a variety of projects as a technical research laboratory designer.
In 2010, Adam said goodbye to Payette and his research design team and opened the doors to AGA Designs, LLC in Georgetown, Massachusetts. By applying his technical skills to the private sector Adam has had the great pleasure of working with clients across a broad range of project types, including single family residences, multi-family conversions, condominium renovations, retail showrooms, and corporate interiors, all the while, acting as the owner’s representative throughout every stage of design and construct