Adrian Nial

Principal

Adrian Nial, a Partner and Principal at Reed Hilderbrand, has led projects that span a range of scales and typologies, from extensive public realm work in Boston’s emerging Seaport District to smaller and culturally significant landscapes at the Phoenix Art Museum and the Boston Public Library. His work embraces and celebrates the dynamic and temporal qualities of a landscape, with many of his current projects representing years of collaboration, including his work at Bennington College, Harvard Business School, and Manatuck Farm. Adrian’s commitment to design excellence, persevering through all aspects of construction management, his exceptional visualization skills, and his limitless patience, have made him a valued and respected leader within Reed Hilderbrand. He is at the forefront of technological advances for the firm, and spearheads efforts to continually develop an efficient design process while maintaining the goals inherent in each project. Adrian previously served as project landscape architect for the Precinct Master Plan for Mount Auburn Cemetery Meadow Expansion and Bennington College. Adrian holds a Bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry and an Associate’s degree in Plant Science and Horticulture from SUNY Cobleskill.