Adam Lomnicki

Senior Project Manager

Adam Lomnicki

Who, living or dead, would you like to eat dinner with the most? And why?
Billy Joel, as a kid I grew up listening to his music and it always brought me a sense of calmness.  Even today when I am working, I throw on his music and it brings back the same feelings of calmness and everything around me just fades away.

What is your favorite project you worked on and why?
UNC-Chapel Hill Science Complex.  This was my first real construction project after leaving the design side.  While working as a mechanical design engineer, I found that I rarely got a chance to get out of the office to see the final end product of my designs.  I have always been a hands-on person, both personally and professionally.  To be able to be involved with a project from the first day on-site of breaking ground to the day the people move in was something I knew I was meant for and this was the first project I was able to do just that.

How did you get into construction?
I was always a kid that liked to draw.  Early in high school, I started taking drawing and engineering classes.  I wanted to be an Architect at first but quickly changed over to Mechanical Engineering.  After getting a degree in mechanical engineering and working as a design engineer, I realized I wanted to be more involved with the actual construction side of things and switch from the design side to the construction site.

What is one thing on your bucket list and will you accomplish it?
I think the one thing on my bucket list to do is to travel cross country.  Growing up, I did not travel much or at all.  I have always had a desire to get an RV and just go.  As I get older, I find that this is something that may come later in life after my kids are grown up and maybe close to retirement, but I think it is something I will be able to accomplish.

 

 

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