Meet Adam – Our Electrical/Lighting Designer
Adam Ward joined the MEP Department as an electrical design in 2015. Since then he is grown into the electrical/lighting designer role.
Self-described as driven, flexible, helpful, friendly, and quiet, Adam enjoys his work. Lighting design is something he has been passionate about his entire career. Good lighting design can make, a living room feel warm and homey, a lobby feel grand, or a parking lot feel safe. Lighting is required in every building and he is happy to provide our clients with a high-quality lighting design.
When asked what he likes about working at Lenity, he said, “Lenity is a great place to work. The people are what makes Lenity more than a place of business. Lenity is a community of caring, dedicated individuals that it is a pleasure to work with. My co-workers are helpful, and my manager is supportive of my personal and professional goals.”
Adam is also passionate about sustainability, the environment, and his family. Traveling to see the wonders of the world is a dream of Adam’s. While nothing is certain right now because of the pandemic, this year he plans to go see Joshua Tree National park. Next year, he plans to tour Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah on his motorcycle.
Meet Sam – Our Senior Land Use Specialist
Sam Thomas joined Lenity in April 2015 as our land use specialist.
When asked what he likes about working at Lenity, he said, “The people I work with are a very talented and passionate bunch. We all have different backgrounds and skills we bring to the table. I enjoy collaborating in meetings, on designs, and in after-hours social settings through the fun events we have throughout the year. The people here really make this place special.”
If Sam were not in his current job, he would love to be an automotive mechanic at a high-end Porsche restoration shop like Emory Motorsports or Singer. He likes to tinker with cars in his spare time. Right now, his current love and project car is his new-to-me 1985 Porsche 944, which is in need of a lot of love both mechanically and cosmetically.
As one who likes to tinker and figure out how to take complex concepts and convert them to well-oiled machines, it is no surprise that Sam loves the complexity land use can bring. With over ten years in the field, Sam is knowledgeable in the subtle nuances it takes to achieve land use approval.