Robert Adams, ASLA

Principal Landscape Architect

Robert Adams is a Principal Landscape Architect with almost three decades of professional experience that includes urban parks, plazas, and streetscapes; campus design; resilient waterfronts; large greenway master plans; and detailed garden design. He has served as Principal-in-Charge for several award-winning projects, including Climate Ready South Boston, recipient of the APA-MA Resiliency Planning Award and the iconic Ulfelder Healing Garden at Massachusetts General Hospital, winner of the BSA and BSLA Honor Awards, and featured in Metropolis Magazine.

A talented, imaginative designer and visual artist, Rob is a confident and knowledgeable speaker who has presented at numerous public meetings and workshops. His resilient design and place-making expertise has led him to speak at many prestigious conferences, including the AIA National Conference and the CleanMed Conference. In addition to his design and communication skills, Rob oversees projects through completion with his extensive knowledge of construction methods and detailing.

Life Outside of Work

Rob enjoys getting in turns on the slopes with his family during the ski season in Vermont.

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