Adrian Hagerty made Managing Principal of Ellerbe Becket’s Washington, D.C, office
One of the oldest and largest architecture and development firms in the world has appointed a new Managing Principal in their Washington, D.C, office. Adrian Hagerty holds over 20 years of experience with the firm working and has served as Principal and Senior Manager on some of the firm’s most successful healthcare and government projects.
Hagerty’s current projects include the new Mercy Medical Center in downtown Baltimore; West Georgia Medical Center Redevelopment in LaGrange, GA: and the Baptist Hospital East point & Bardstown Road Campus Development in Louisville, KY.
Hagerty earned a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Catholic University of America and a master of Architecture from the University of Virginia. He is a LEED Accredited professional and is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.
Rick Lincicome, CEO of Ellerbe Becket said: “Adrian is an exceptional manager with two decades of leading multidisciplinary teams on highly complex projects. His leadership track record is highlighted by many superlative client testimonials.”