Ware Malcomb announces leadership promotions in Newark office

International design firm Ware Malcomb announced three key promotions in its Newark office that will be significant and instrumental for the company’s projects in the Northeastern region.

Scott Daniel. (Photos courtesy Ware Malcomb)

Scott Daniel has been elevated to director, architecture, where he will lead the growth and management of the region’s architecture studios in New Jersey and New York. A registered architect in the states of New York and New Jersey, Daniel has three decades of experience in the architecture industry and has led and designed multimillion-dollar projects, both nationally and internationally. He joined Ware Malcomb as a senior project manager in 2019, working directly with clients and managing projects from concept through construction to completion. He was promoted to studio manager, architecture, in June 2021. Daniel has completed diverse project types including industrial, multifamily, office, hospitality and retail, among others.

Jon Anderson.

Jon Anderson was promoted to studio manager, architecture, and will help lead the architecture studios in the New Jersey and New York offices and lead select projects. He joined Ware Malcomb in 2015 as a job captain and was promoted to project manager and senior project manager. Anderson has overseen multiple projects, including industrial, interiors and mixed use, and coordinated directly with several large client accounts for the New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Maryland area.

Adam Smith.

Adam Smith has been named studio manager, advanced manufacturing. He helps lead the advanced manufacturing studios in the New Jersey and New York offices and leads select projects. He brings extensive knowledge in overseeing the project quality assurance process, with an in-depth expertise in building code analysis, constructability review and design requirements. Smith joined Ware Malcomb in 2012 as a project coordinator and was promoted to the roles of project manager and senior project manager. He has experience in specialized industrial facility design including multistory distribution and food processing projects.

“I am very excited to share the news about these key promotions in our region. Scott has been instrumental in the leadership of the studios and has become a respected adviser among clients in the Northeast market,” says Edward Mayer II, principal architect of Ware Malcomb’s Northeast region. “Jon and Adam have both demonstrated significant drive and dedication to our projects, directly contributing to the growth we are experiencing. We are looking forward to seeing these three key leaders grow in their new roles.”