David Jansen Principal
David Jansen joined Adamson Associates in the early 1980s after graduating from the University of Waterloo's School of Architecture. began his career as a designer with Adamson Associates in the early 1980s. David has developed a broad base of experience during his 30 years in the profession. His expertise includes: master planning, urban design, architectural and interior design. His projects include: commercial office and mixed-use developments, healthcare, research and development, academic, institutional, sports and recreation, hotel and residential facilities, and transportation centres. He is currently responsible for many of the firm’s large-scale projects in North America and around the world. He works in close collaboration with internationally acclaimed design architects on high profile projects such as Towers 2, 3 and 4 at the World Trade Center, New York (Foster + Partners, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, Maki and Associates) and the MoMA Tower in New York (Ateliers Jean Nouvel).