Tunnell-Spangler-Walsh & Associates announces that Caleb Racicot has been named a TSW Principal and Adam Williamson has been named an Associate of the firm.

Caleb P. Racicot – Principal 

Caleb RacicotCaleb is a community planner specializing in urban design, smart growth codes, community retail strategies, and the use of corridor studies as catalysts for community building.

Caleb has worked in both the public and private sector and is an effective consensus builder. Prior to joining TSW in 2001, he practiced planning in Atlanta with the City of Atlanta Bureau of Planning. While with the City, Caleb worked on a variety of projects including urban design studies, zoning initiatives, land use plans, community facilitation, and Geographic Information Systems.

He holds a Master of City and Regional Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Caleb’s recent projects include: Avondale Estates Downtown Zoning Code, Buford Town Center LCI Study, Central Martinez Area Study, Delk TOD LCI Study, Ponce/Moreland Corridor Study, and the Woodstock Downtown Zoning Code.

Professional Status
American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP)


  • Master of City & Regional Planning, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2001
  • Bachelor of Environmental Design, University of Massachusetts, 1997

Professional Affiliations:

  • American Planning Association
  • Congress for the New Urbanism

Adam Williamson – Associate 

Adam WilliamsonAdam brings over seven years of experience to Tunnell-Spangler-Walsh & Associates. He has worked as a project manager, landscape architect and urban designer on a wide variety of projects ranging from landscape site design to site master planning. His experience includes traditional neighborhood developments, mixed-use developments, park planning and design, campus landscape design, multi-family and single-family projects, and streetscape design.

Professional Status:
Registered Landscape Architect: GA


  • 1997 Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, University of Georgia

Professional Affiliations:

  • Congress for the New Urbanism