Dr. Pantelimon, Adam


Architect, Urbanist, Urban Designer

  • Edmonton, Canada
Government of Alberta

Language skills

English
Native or bilingual proficiency (I have a speaking proficiency equivalent to that of an educated native speaker)
French
Native or bilingual proficiency (I have a speaking proficiency equivalent to that of an educated native speaker)

Last updated: 2015/03/03

Personal

A strategist who builds consensus for action, Adam is a focused leader who knows how to detect and manage ambiguity. He has over 24 years in leading and motivating colleagues of diverse cultural backgrounds within 3 continents. After a six year integrated B.Arch. & M.Arch. professional Degree in Architecture accredited by RIBA, Adam received a Post-Graduate diploma in Heritage and Conservation. Subsequently, he earned a Masters in Urban Planning and a Masters in Civil Engineering with a focus on community revitalization through urban design. To overcome the complexity of sustainably developing and managing large eco-friendly infrastructures, Adam completed a PhD Degree ‘Magna Cum Laude’ in Urban History in a Global Context.

Currently Adam leads regional planning with the Government of Alberta. He was the Manager of Architecture, Heritage and Urban Planning with two cities in Montreal, the Principal Planner and Urban Designer with the City of Edmonton, and the Territorial Community Planner with the Government of Nunavut. Adam demonstrated leadership skills supervising teams and projects ranging from 3 to 120 people, and project management of several million dollars. Looking to the future generation, he has taught urbanism, architecture and landscape architecture during his 5-year tenured appointment with a European university. Director of the Alberta Government House Foundation, Adam is the Chair of the Programs and Events Committee where he is responsible to preserve, promote and celebrate the Multicultural Heritage. Appointed as a spokesperson with diverse organizations, a trilingual author, Adam is a regulated member in good standing of nine professional organizations in five countries.