Milo Adams joined DeSimone in 2015 and is an Associate in the New York office. With 18 years of structural expertise, Mr. Adams works on multidisciplinary projects within the structural engineering practice and specializes in high-rise structures in reinforced concrete and structural steel.
Mr. Adams’s structural design experience with the firm includes 815 Water Street, an 832,000 sf, multi-tower structure in Tampa, Florida comprised of high-end rental apartments and retail space; 77 Greenwich, a 46-story tower containing 281,500 sf of luxury residences in New York, New York; and 664 Pacific Street, a 26-story, 354,000 sf building with rental apartments and a public elementary school located in Brooklyn, New York. Mr. Adams designs and manages renovations and retail retrofits at City Point.
Additional experience includes two luxury condominium buildings within Albany Marina Residences, a $1.3 billion private residential community on New Providence Island in the Bahamas. The 8-story residences are comprised of conventionally reinforced concrete, long cantilevered balconies, and long-span open floorplans.
Mr. Adams was the technical lead in designing and developing the first movable construction platform for One World Trade Center in New York. He developed a proprietary, steel “cocoon,” a movable temporary worker platform, wrapping the envelope of the building structure. The “cocoons” were used to construct subsequent towers including 4 World Trade Center. He also provided structural design, technical assistance, and structural steel detailing for long-span steel arches and steel design to support the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) Seventh Avenue 1-9 Subway Line.
Mr. Adams earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Architecture both from Princeton University.