Bill Adams, AIA
Bill Adams, AIA, is the president of Train Architects, a design firm in Charlottesville, Virginia. The firm, founded in 1990, concentrates on general design within the commercial, institutional, and residential markets. The firm is known for its straightforward, yet tightly organized design solutions, which embrace the varied context of site, client, budget, program and sustainable issues, in well conceived forms emphasizing the quality and nature of the materials and organization used.
Bill grew up in Charlottesville and received his M. Arch. degree from Harvard University in 1990. He has been practicing architecture in Charlottesville since 1991, at Train Architects since 1994. Bill has been active in the community as a member and past Chairman of Charlottesville’s Board of Architectural Review and as member of Preservation Piedmont where is currently the chairman of the documentation committee. Notable projects at Train Architects include the Willard Hall and Virginia Hall renovations at the University of Mary Washington; the Primary Care Center Annex for her UVa’s Medical Center; and the 113,000 SF Operations Center for Wachovia Bank. He is registered in Virginia and Washington D.C.