“The most important aspect of architecture for me is how it affects the end user. When a teacher or student expresses happiness about how their new building improves teaching and learning, I know we’ve achieved our goal.”
Bill brings over 30 years of educational architectural experience to his clients. As a past president of the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE), he is the recipient of the Al Beck Award, the Washington Chapter’s highest individual award for service.
As a Principal of Hutteball + Oremus Architecture, his team approach and leadership fosters lasting, positive relationships between HOA and school districts. He is committed to the production of quality construction documents, responsiveness to clients and contractors, and providing effective communication with all project participants.
In his spare time, Bill likes to play his guitars, camp in the woods, and take long walks with his dog.