Recent projects in Fry’s portfolio include the modernization of the Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore, Maryland; Duke University’s new Interprofessional Education and Care Building in Durham, North Carolina; and Virginia Commonwealth University’s new College of Health Professions in Richmond, Virginia. In addition, Fry has served as Project Manager on such projects as the new Capital One Hall in Tysons, Virginia; Loyola University of Maryland’s new Fernandez Center for Innovation and Collaborative Learning in Baltimore, Maryland; Virginia State University’s new Academic Commons building in Petersburg, Virginia; and the University of Maryland, Eastern Shore’s new Pharmacy and Health Professions building in Princess Anne.
He has also overseen large-scale electrical upgrades as part of the phased modernization of the National Air and Space Museum, now under construction in Washington, D.C., and multiple projects at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the historic Dumbarton Oaks museum and research center in Washington, D.C.
Fry holds a BAE in architectural engineering (2001) from Penn State University. He is a registered Engineer in several states and a member of the U.S. Green Building Council.
Cardenas is a 2007 graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, where he received a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering. He is a registered Engineer in several states.
“Both Adam and Pathros have played significant leadership roles in the successful delivery of many of our most prominent and challenging projects,” said Todd Garing, PE, LEED AP, President at Mueller. “They have set exceptional standards for electrical engineering for both new and historic properties, and have been instrumental in advancing Mueller’s reputation in designing projects that reflect cutting-edge sustainability and resilience.”