• Henry Adams moves to its present day Towson location in 1984. Continuing its trend toward innovation, the firm develops the industry’s first application of a dual-duct/dual-fan, low-temperature air conditioning system for the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in 1986.

  • Notable Henry Adams projects included the IMAX portion of the Inner Harbor’s Maryland Science Center in 1986, Towson Sheraton in 1987, and the award-winning Fort Detrick Telecommunications Center in 1984. Other major clients include the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Gallaudet University, National Institutes of Health, University of Maryland Medical System, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, McCormick Company, T. Rowe Price, and Westinghouse Electric Corporation.

  • The A/E industry sees a revolution in the advent of computer aided design. AutoDesk and Bentley Systems release their first versions of AutoCad and MicroStation in 1982 and 1985 respectively. AutoCad became a platform of choice for architects while MicroStation enjoyed popularity with civil engineers. Henry Adams has always recognized and rapidly adopted beneficial technology.