Palmer joins Phase Zero Design’s CT office

July 23, 2021 - Construction Design & Engineering
Adam Palmer

Simsbury, CT The Connecticut office of Phase Zero Design, a nationally registered architecture and interior design firm, is the new home base for project manager Adam Palmer, AIA.

More than fifteen years of experience in the field of architecture provide Palmer with the knowledge and experience to ensure individualized, custom design processes that result in efficient and effective builds. Phase Zero Design is dedicated to putting a client’s goals for a project before their own, and Palmer is more than prepared to support this mission.

Palmer is focused on developing meaningful relationships that bring success for all stakeholders. With most of his work existing in the public sector, he has mastered the balance between design visions and a client’s bottom line. He takes great pride in his ability to keep projects on track, on time, and on budget.

“Adam’s knack for successfully managing a wide range of projects is impressive,” said Matthew Wittmer, co-founder and principal of the firm, “but it is his dedication to lateral collaboration and passion for mentoring junior staff that best aligns with the goals for our firm and our clients.”

Phase Zero Design continues to staff their offices in a way that ensures the firm can strategically serve a broad spectrum of market sectors. While Palmer’s extensive experience with K-12 public schools and other municipal work will continue to strengthen the firm’s growing Academic portfolio, he is excited to expand his breadth of work. Further exploring sectors like healthcare, residential, and corporate. The firm understands the power of this kind of cross-market collaboration, encouraging its staff to apply their knowledge and experience to a variety of projects.

“I am confident that Phase Zero Design will empower me to explore my interests, further develop as a leader, and expand my experience with business development,” said Palmer.

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