Bill leads the mechanical engineers serving EwingCole’ s government, cultural and education. For the last ten years, he has been the project engineer for all the cultural practice’s major projects.
Bill believes that the most successful projects have integrated architecture and engineering teams involved throughout the design process to provide the owner with the expertise required to make the most educated decisions.
Bill enjoys sharing his experience and continues to be a guest lecturer on HVAC theory and design for George Washington University’s Conservation course and ASHRAE ‘s Advanced HVAC Course. His also leads seminars on Home Conservation Lab Design for the American Institute for the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Geothermal HVAC Systems for the Architect of the Capitol, and Reading Construction Drawings for The Smithsonian Institution.
During Bill’s 30 years as a mechanical engineer, he has authored articles on a variety of technical subjects published in Consulting and Specifying Engineer, The Military Engineer, Papyrus Magazine and AIC News.