EwingCole expands leadership team
EwingCole has added Patrick Brunner as Managing Principal and Andrea Zeitman Adamson as Director of Business Development for the Washington, D.C., office.
EwingCole announced an expanded leadership team for its Washington, D.C., office with two new hires: Patrick Brunner, RA, and Andrea Zeitman Adamson. Mark Hebden, EwingCole’s President, said: “Each of these individuals brings to EwingCole years of experience, a commitment to service and a complementary set of talents to their new positions that will continue our growth and presence in the market.”
As Managing Principal of the Washington office, Patrick Brunner is responsible for project management and the office’s administrative functions. Brunner has over 30 years of experience in the design and coordination of both new and renovation projects. Promoted from team leader, Brunner has worked on the firm’s most complex projects, including those for Geisinger Health System, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Cornell University and Princeton Theological Seminary. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, Brunner is an active member of the Society of College and University Planners and the Association of College and Research Libraries.
Serving as the Director of Business Development for EwingCole’s Washington office is Andrea Zeitman Adamson. Adamson will lead the firm’s growth efforts in the academic, healthcare and workplace markets. Adamson previously worked with Costello Construction of Maryland implementing strategies that contributed to the company’s increased revenue. A graduate of George Washington University and New England School of Law, Adamson is a member of the American Bar Association and the DC Chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women.
- Edited by Chris Vavra, Consulting-Specifying Engineer, www.csemag.com
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