Coming from a long line of architects, Bill’s interest in building design started early. He brings 40 years of experience in architectural drafting to Phase Zero Design. His areas of expertise include store fronts, office spaces, among many other things.
He’s also worked in the field building residential additions. He’s mentored many interns and early career professionals in AutoCAD drafting. When Bill isn’t drafting he’s carving down a hill on one of his homemade long boards.
What is the most important tool of your trade, and why?
The most important tool of my trade is being able to understand the client’s needs and using that information to create a clear set of drawings that can be easily understood by contractors and lay people.
What makes your most proud about being a Phase Zero Design employee?
I am very proud to be a part of the Phase Zero Design team. I am surrounded by talented, experienced, intelligent coworkers who are always ready to collaborate and help and learn from each other.
How do you define the success of a project?
A successful project is one that makes the client happy when it is finished and built. Also, when you really limit the number of changes that increase the overall price.