Following an undergraduate education in Liberal Arts, with a focus in Economics and Art History and a business internship at Morgan Bank, Bill followed a calling to the study of architecture and completed his professional education at Princeton University. His next several years saw him progress from intern architect to office manager, owner and managing principal. During this tenure he was involved in a diverse practice, including the planning and design of numerous office and industrial parks, corporate headquarters buildings, health care projects, child care facilities, and charter schools. One of the founding partners of the Philadelphia office of Environetics, Bill enjoys approaching projects in a highly collaborative environment, and is a strong proponent of sustainability and integrated design.
In addition to architecture, Bill is an avid traveler, enjoys rafting wild and scenic rivers, hiking, and is in a perpetual search for the next best novel.