(San Antonio, Texas) June 21, 2017 – Nadi Design, an award-winning interdisciplinary studio providing urban design, master planning, landscape architecture, and interior design services in the U.S. and Canada, has joined the Adelphia Design Alliance.
With offices in Chicago and Winnipeg and Saskatoon Canada, Nadi Design specializes in sustainable design, climate change adaptation strategies and projects for clients that include Developers, Hospitality, Retail, Municipalities, Government and First Nations communities.
Emeka Nnadi, Nadi Design’s President said, “As a member of the Adelphia Design Alliance, we embrace the opportunity to partner with talented engineers and architects to deliver holistic, future favorable design solutions for clients. After meeting several Adelphia members, it was clear to me that they are a highly collaborative group that values integrating sustainable, resilient technology as a key design element.”
Nadi Design is widely recognized for their expertise in the engineering and design of adaptive reuse for landfills, buildings, and natural resources. They have implemented long term adaptive reuse strategies, and ecologically sensitive recreational park masterplans for landfills in North America.
“Emeka Nnadi is one of the most passionate leaders I’ve met in terms of sensitivity in applying technical innovations and designing resilient communities in response to the ongoing effects of climate change.” stated Adelphia Chairman Dwayne Johnston, InfraCor Consulting Ltd. “Nadi Design’s expertise in the green design arena is a critical, value-added service Adelphia members can now offer their clients.”
Adelphia Design Alliance is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, with 13 member firms located in 70 cities across North America representing over 1,700 professional engineers and architects, and operating in 71 offices across 7 countries.
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