Meet Adam Stowe – triathlons and the Cubs

Jul 20, 2015


After graduating from the University of Arkansas (Cum Laude) in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in architecture, Adam Stowe went to work for a small architectural firm in the West Memphis area. He had interned with this firm for two summers and, upon completing his degree, was hired on full time.  His first project was working on the schematic design for a new $10 million, 950 seat performing arts center for the local school district.  Within a few months he was given the opportunity to take over the project architect’s responsibilities and saw the project through most of the construction phase as the project manager.  During this time he was also given the responsibility to “re-vamp” the way the firm marketed itself and produced a new website and logo for the firm.  Adam’s true passion in architecture is design and looking for an opportunity to enhance his design abilities, Adam joined the brg3s team in April 2015. Since joining the brg3s team, Adam has worked exclusively on the design and construction drawings for a major emergency department expansion to a community hospital.

Adam grew up in Fayetteville, Arkansas and has had a passion for design and architecture since the 6th grade when he visited the Fay Jones School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas for a class field trip.  Since then he has been constantly striving to achieve his goal of becoming a licensed architect and by September of this year, if all goes as planned, he will attain this long sought after goal.

If Adam had not been an architect he would have loved to become a personal trainer.  Adam receives an immense satisfaction from not only achieving goals he sets forth for himself but also helping others achieve their own personal goals when it comes to their physical and mental health and well-being.  When not in the office you will probably find Adam out and about either running, biking, or swimming as he also enjoys competing in triathlons.

If you asked Adam where he is the most relaxed he would say whenever he is spending time outdoors (canoeing, camping, hiking, exercising) or, since he is also an avid Cubs fan, when sitting in the bleachers of Wrigley Field with a cold Budweiser in his hand on a beautiful summer’s day.