TPD is excited to announce the hiring of Adam Supplee, RLA, AICP, LEED AP and Liam Cleary. Adam and Liam will join TPD’s Multimodal and Municipal Services Teams. With a combined 28 years of working experience in landscape architecture and municipal planning, Adam and Liam will expand TPD’s capabilities, including the addition of the following services:
- Landscape architecture
- Municipal land planning
- Park and recreational master planning
- Sustainable land development
- Planting design
- Greenway and open space planning
- Streetscape design
TPD President Kevin Johnson adds that “Adam and Liam not only complement TPD’s existing service offerings, but will help round out the already lengthy list of services we currently provide to clients on land planning and multimodal projects. This is a very valuable addition for TPD and our public sector clients. We look forward to what these talented professionals will bring to the table for future public projects.”
Adam Supplee, Project Manager
Adam has worked in the southeastern Pennsylvania land planning and landscape architecture industry since 1995. With a passion for improving community sustainability, he has been involved with a vast range of public and private clients on projects such as streetscape designs, campus plans, park master plans, municipal greenway plans, and development site plans. Adam received his Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture from Temple University, and is currently a trustee of the Pennsylvania and Delaware chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects’ (ASLA). Additionally, he serves on Phoenixville Borough’s Policy Advisory Committee and the Phoenixville Area Economic Development Council.
Liam Cleary, Design Specialist
After seven years of service in the U.S. Army (82nd Airborne Division), Liam Cleary began his career in Landscape Architecture, planning and design. Over the last four years, he has worked with Adam as a Senior Designer, with a focus on projects involving land development, park and recreation planning, trail feasibility and design, playground design, Bikeshare site design, Complete Streets planning and design, and construction documentation. Liam also earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture from Temple University and is currently an associate member of ASLA’s Pennsylvania and Delaware chapter, where he also serves as a Public Awareness Representative on the Executive Committee. Additionally, he is a member of the Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB).