Adam Wallace ’04 has been promoted to the level of associate at Kaplan Thompson Architects, a sustainable design firm based in Portland, Maine.
The sustainable design firm Kaplan Thompson Architects has promoted Adam Wallace ’04 to the level of associate. He serves as a project manager at the organization based in Portland, Maine.
“I want to be at the leading edge of incorporating mass timber and cross-laminated timber in tall buildings and single family homes,” says Wallace, whose work focuses on educating and inspiring clients through thoughtful design and system integration to provide safe, clean and green living spaces.
An architectural studies major and art concentration history minor, Wallace also earned a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Maine at Augusta. Prior to joining Kaplan Thompson in 2015, he was co-owner of a remodeling and custom cabinetry business.
Kaplan Thompson Architects has been committed to designing beautiful, sustainable, attainable buildings since 2006. With a focus in residential new construction and renovations, multifamily homes, restaurants and educational facilities, the firm operates throughout New England, primarily in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Vermont.