Adam has lived in the Roaring Fork Valley for over 11 years and has over 15 years of experience. His diverse background includes planning, engineering design, and construction management. Adam earned his bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering at Michigan State University and has been a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Colorado since 2009.
His projects include lift stations, water distribution systems, collection system design, rehabilitation projects, pump stations, water treatment systems, irrigation systems, wastewater treatment plants, storm water, utility infrastructure, grading, hydraulics and development projects. Adam excels at problem-solving and providing innovative designs for unique engineering challenges. Adam’s experience as a consultant and city engineer provides him with a well-rounded perspective.
Adam gained considerable design experience working on projects for the City of Aspen, City of Rifle, Town of Silt, Town of New Castle, City of Glenwood Springs, Roaring Fork Water and Sanitation District, Mid Valley Metropolitan District, Town of Carbondale, City of Grand Junction, Town of Salida and many more. Adam’s main focus is water and wastewater distribution, conveyance and treatment. Adam also has an extensive background in construction administration and observation.
Adam’s time at the City of Aspen and City of East Lansing gave him a greater understanding of the competing municipal challenges that face client’s today. Not only are there shrinking budgets and constantly changing political climates, but also the need to balance the responsibility of maintaining existing infrastructure and effectively planning for the future. Adam’s focus is meeting the current and future needs of a community within their budget.
- Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Michigan State University (2002)
- Professional Engineer, Colorado (2009)