Architect, Principal
Business Development, Project Management

Since 2003, Adam Krason has served as an Architect, Accredited Learning Environment Planner, and Principal at ZMM Architects & Engineers. Mr. Krason has been involved in the design of a variety of project types, including educational facilities (PK-12 and Higher Education), recreational and civic buildings, military facilities, office buildings, justice centers, and multi-unit residential developments.

Several of the projects that he has collaborated on have been recognized with awards from the West Virginia Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-WV), including the Charleston EDGE, Logan-Mingo Readiness Center, Edgewood Elementary School, the Christ Church United Methodist Education Wing Renovation, the Girl Scouts of Black Diamond Council Volunteer Resource Center, and the Joint Interagency Training and Education Center (JITEC) at Camp Dawson. Adam has also been an advocate of sustainability, authoring several articles about the topic and participating in a variety of sustainable design seminars throughout the state.

Additionally, Adam serves on the State of West Virginia Board of Architects, the City of Charleston Municipal Planning Commission and Historic Landmarks Commission, and also serves on several non-profit boards including the Clay Center, the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, Charleston Main Streets (past-president), the Charleston Area Alliance, AIA-WV (board president), Mary C. Snow Elementary School LSIC, the Education Alliance, and Goodwill Industries of the Kanawha Valley.

He is a graduate of Leadership WV, and The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, where he earned both a bachelor of architecture and bachelor of civil engineering degrees. Adam resides in Charleston with his wife Sara and their four children.

Architect, Principal
Business Development, Project Management