Three Promoted to Principal

15 October 2014
Press Releases

Henry Adams is pleased to announce the promotion of Jeanne Tebera, PE; Scott Dixon, LEED AP; and Nathaniel Krumpe, PE to Principal.

Jeanne joined Henry Adams in 1986 and currently leads the electrical department in historic preservation, academic, and cultural facilities projects. She has designed convention centers, performing arts centers, museums, embassies, as well as visitor, education, and interpretive centers. Jeanne has worked with clients including the Smithsonian Institution, the National Park Service, the Maryland Stadium Authority, Maryland Department of General Services, and the Canaveral Port Authority. Award winning projects in her 28-year career at Henry Adams include the Baltimore Convention Center, the Washington Convention Center, the France-Merrick Center for the Performing Arts, Fort McHenry’s Education and Administration Center, Robinson Nature Center, and the Exploration Tower at Port Canaveral.

Scott began his career with Henry Adams in 1989 and now leads our K-12 school group managing projects for both public and private schools. Scott has worked with eight different public schools systems in Maryland and private schools such as the Maryland School for the Deaf, Pilot School of Wilmington, and the Jemicy School during his 25-year career. Scott has designed federal, healthcare, historic, office and research laboratory facilities for the General Service Administration, University of Maryland Medical System, Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association, and Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Award winning projects in his career at Henry Adams include the Baltimore Design School and Baltimore Convention Center.

Nathaniel started his career at Henry Adams in 2002 after graduating from Penn State University. He is a registered professional engineer and leads our Multi-Family and Mixed-Use sector. Throughout his career, he has worked on a variety projects including historic renovations, high rises, natatoriums, and healthcare facilities. Nathaniel holds an MBA from the University of Baltimore. He has managed recent projects such as the 1212 South East Avenue Apartments, 101 York Road Complex, as well as the 11th & M St. Multi-Family High Rise and 1350 Florida Avenue Mixed-Use Condos in Washington, DC.