Bill focused his career on the construction document and administrative phases of various large and complex projects. His deep understanding of construction and significant field experience were an asset to design teams—offering valuable advice prior to construction—and project owners, serving as their advocate through post-construction.
Bill's commitment to the local architectural and Baltimore community included participation in the Building Congress & Exchange, ACE Mentor Program, Greater Roland Park Advisory Committee, and Keswick Improvement Association. He was a Construction Document Technologist certified by the Construction Specifications Institute and a member of the AIA. He held a Bachelor of Architecture degree from The Pennsylvania State University.