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Adam Hamlin

Adam Hamlin

New York, NY, US

 
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About 

Adam studied at Savannah College of Art and Design. Joined Russell Riccardi Architect in September of 2014 in NYC. He also is a Registered Architect in The State of New York

With no financial help, he managed to put himself through school by working in the service industry. 
During his time at SCAD, he became trusted by many business owners and managed various establishments; where he learned managerial skills, inventory management, financial statement preparation, schedule management, and monitored maintenance in the bars. 

While he was pursuing his Master of Architecture degree, he opened a new establishment in downtown Savannah Georgia. 
Demonstrating his architect knowledge, he had the ability to follow the design project from concept through completion, embracing his thesis by utilizing sustainable practices in the construction process and operations of the company.

With 4 years of running a successful company with now three different bars. He then sold everything to take a leap of faith and move to Bogota, Colombia to experience a new culture. 
With his managerial skills he was hired by a clothing manufacturing company to help them improve their production process. 

He was able to stabilize inventory management by overseeing the constant flow for raw materials; he began managing employees’ time and efficiency of their work, learn to interact and teach employees a different work ethic, to improve not only their skills but to have a stability at work.

In 2014 Adam moved back to the States. He moved to New York City and joined the Architecture firm Russell Ricarrdi Architect which focuses on luxury residential homes in NYC and Long Island. Adam accomplished a major milestone in 2020 and is now a Registered Architect in The State of New York.

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Employment 

Russell Riccardi Architects, New York, NY, US, Architect

Sep 2014 - current
 

Education 

Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA, US, Bachelors, Architect

Sep 2001 - Nov 2007
 

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