Lisa Adamiak began her career in architecture as a summer intern at Nashawtuc Architects in 1991. She returned full time in 1993 after completing her Bachelor of Architecture from Roger Williams University. Lisa grew up in Concord and loves to work with the architecture of Concord and the surrounding communities. From 1993 to 2001, as a Project Manager, she worked closely with Holly Cratsley to create the firm’s collaborative owner-centered project approach. Lisa returned to Nashawtuc Architects in 2011, after taking time off to grow her family.
Lisa values the input of every client and insures that the design process is a collaborative effort. She works with the client to find the optimal design solution to meet their objectives. Her extensive work experience in upgrading and renovating historic buildings confirms her ability to work with complex structures and their design details.
Lisa has worked on a wide variety of projects including new houses, residential renovations, and light commercial buildings. She was a lead designer for the Concord Visitors Center. She has over two decades of innovative building design and project management experience.
Lisa’s professionalism and strong communication skills facilitate a creative exchange of ideas and promote teamwork among clients, consultants and contractors. This ensures that her projects run smoothly from conception to completion.
“Lisa’s capacity for information knows no bounds. She is always motivated to find the best solution, she researches whatever it takes, she dives deep down on every single detail. Her creative and solid solutions for the complexity of our home were truly amazing. She worked with our builders incredibly well and she helped us achieve an incredible dream home!.”