William (Bill) Marquand is a highly skilled designer, architect and project manager with expertise in the educational, industrial, office and historic resources sectors. His well-rounded skill set includes the ability to conceive and communicate design concepts both verbally and graphically to building professionals and laypeople alike. His talents in design and communication are supported by an unparalleled professionalism and proficiency in Building Information Modeling (BIM)/Revit and hand media.
Bill holds a Master of Environmental Design degree from Yale University, a Certificate of Architectural Preservation from the University of Southern California, and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Georgia Tech / Ecole des Beaux Arts. He is Founder and Executive Director Emeritus of the Maybeck Foundation.