Adam joined HMMH in March of 2015 as a Senior Consultant in Federal Programs practice, and works on a variety of projects in aviation for federal and airport clients. Adam specializes in noise modeling and flight procedure analysis supported by the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Aviation Environmental Design Tool (AEDT) and Integrated Noise Model (INM).
Prior to joining HMMH, Adam had five years of experience in air traffic control (ATC) training and software development, where he worked as an ATC Specialist and Project Manager at UFA, Inc. Adam worked in conjunction with large and small Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) to design and install simulators for ATC training and radar system testing. During his time at UFA, Adam also managed a team of aviation subject matter experts and was heavily involved with the installation of ATC training systems across Canada, Germany, Kazakhstan, South Korea, and within the U.S.
Adam holds a B.S. in Aviation/Air Traffic Management from Daniel Webster College and was Valedictorian of his graduating class.