• Henry Adams relocates to Towson’s Equitable Building. The firm continues leadership through innovation in building technology with a focus on energy efficient design. The leadership team was a product of the Great Depression and the focus on value-based decisions continues to this day. The first application of chilled water storage is done for the Baltimore branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.

  • The real estate boom of the 70’s brings notable building commissions including both I.M. Pei’s Baltimore World Trade Center and the original Baltimore Convention Center in 1977. Henry Adams also completes the inner harbor’s Maryland Science Center in 1978 and work abroad includes the University of Riyadh in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (King Saud University).

  • Significant Henry Adams healthcare and retirement community projects during this period include Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C, a new high-rise patient tower for Mercy Hospital in 1972, Johns Hopkins Cancer Center in 1974, and Franklin Square Hospital in 1978. The firm also focuses on education and completes Dunbar High School, the Park School, and the Maryland Science Center.