Adam Beaulieu, AIA, CPHD, LEED AP
Adam joined COOKFOX in 2014 and brought with him a breadth of knowledge of both architecture and construction. He is currently working on a new senior affordable housing building, targeting International Passive House certification, in the Mott Haven neighborhood of the Bronx. He has also been involved in the design and construction coordination for Site A at the former Domino Sugar complex in Williamsburg, Brooklyn – a project with residential and commercial towers which utilize a complex and varying white precast concrete façade. Adam previously worked on a new building for creative and tech industry tenants, located adjacent to the High Line at 512 West 22nd Street. He also significantly contributed to the construction administration phase of 301 East 50th Street, a LEED Gold residential building on the east side of Manhattan.
Prior to joining COOKFOX, Adam spent two years at EDGE Studio in Pittsburgh where he worked on the Service Enclosure at Carnegie Museum, and the Gateway Light Rail Station. He then joined Asfour Guzy & Associates in Manhattan, where he was involved with the renovation of Blue Hill at Stone Barns Center in Pocantico Hills, New York. In his following three years as a project architect at Garrison Architects in Brooklyn, he contributed to various cultural and public institutions, such as East Elmhurst Library in Queens and Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Plaza. He then moved to the construction field as a project manager at Procida Construction Corp. for senior affordable housing projects in Brooklyn and Manhattan.
Adam’s work at COOKFOX fosters his commitment to design that is compelling, challenging, rich in experience, technically competent and responsible to its urban context and use of resources.
- Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Bachelor of Architecture, 2004