Hazen Names Jack Adam Senior Associate and Southern CA Conveyance Leader
Mr. Adam has 30 years experience in planning, investigations, study, design and construction of large conveyance pipelines and infrastructure throughout California and the country.
(SAN DIEGO, CA - June 10, 2021) - Hazen and Sawyer has announced the appointment of Jack Adam Senior Associate and Southern California Conveyance Practice Leader.
Mr. Adam has 30 years experience in planning, investigations, study, design and construction of large conveyance pipelines and infrastructure throughout California and the country. He has a broad background which not only includes leading conveyance planning, design, and construction projects, but also encompasses condition assessment and asset management projects.
He has led master plans for distribution and water facilities, and he has experience in all aspects of conveyance from storage, pump stations, and distribution systems. Mr. Adam has successfully delivered projects for the City of San Diego, San Diego County Water Authority, West Basin Municipal Water District, Vista Irrigation District as well as many other southern California agencies.
“Jack’s reputation for conveyance expertise, business leadership, and client service, combined with his true passion for implementing reliable, resilient and sustainable infrastructure for water agencies throughout our West Region and throughout the county, make him a great addition to Hazen,” said Kevin Alexander, Hazen and Sawyer’s Vice President and West Region Manager. “We are excited to have him driving our efforts in conveyance in Southern California.”
“I look forward to leading Hazen’s Southern California Conveyance Practice and to contribute my background to Hazen and Sawyer’s long history as a leader in water and wastewater infrastructure planning, design and construction,” said Mr. Adam. “I’m grateful for the opportunity to build on Hazen and Sawyer’s local and nationwide expertise and provide leadership in the West Region. I look forward to leveraging the Firm’s extensive resources to solve some of the most challenging pumping and conveyance issues facing our clients.”
Throughout his career, Mr. Adam has expanded his capabilities from pipeline planning, design, and construction to assisting clients with condition assessments and management of buried infrastructure. He is focused on delivering high quality projects for clients throughout southern California.
Mr. Adam, who will be based in the Firm’s San Diego office, has a BS degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Massachusetts. He is active in several industry associations, including American Water Works Association (AWWA) and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) having served on ASCE’s Water Pipeline Condition Assessment Task Force.