Delivering a client’s vision and seeing how a building improves the fabric of a community is what motivates Adam Jeckel. He approaches projects with a keen eye for detail focusing on service, design excellence and collaboration to build strong relationships and achieve quality project delivery.
With almost two decades of experience as an architect, Adam has developed a comprehensive understanding of design and the built environment. His focus is mixed-use Residential buildings including ground up, office to residential conversions, and renovations and adaptive reuse of historic structures for residential uses. As Principal Residential, Adam leads project teams across the spectrum of project types. From urban high-rise and low & mid-rise podium, to integrated development and transit-oriented developments, to attainable housing and seniors living. Adam plays a vital role within our Residential portfolio. His latest projects are 1711 Broadway in Nashville, TN; 1359 Frankford and 1700 N Front Street in Philadelphia, PA. Each one takes a holistic approach to design with consideration for maximum density, sustainability, tenant lifestyle and programming. Adam helps clients and teams navigate through the entire design process to determine the best solution. He sees buildings as living things and aims to create low carbon, high performance buildings aligned to client-directed rating systems for energy efficiency, well-being and sustainability.
Adam has always been fascinated by the design of buildings and to this day, takes the time to admire the craftsmanship that went into the architecture. He is motivated by the built environment and amazed with how far architects have advanced the practise. He’s proud that the industry has dedicated itself to creating better and more sustainable buildings and that the goal of a net zero world is something that can be attained.