A Principal with Coburn, Bill is involved in a variety of project types in addition to participating extensively in the local and regional planning and design community. He has served on the City of Boulder Planning Board, the City’s Affordable Housing Task Force, and the PD&S Advisory Board. He has taught Architectural Design at the University of Colorado, provided expert testimony for the Congressional Hearing on Energy Efficient Planning and TOD, and has served on the Boulder Design Advisory Board. Bill has been the architect of many of Coburn’s distinguished projects and has headed projects receiving awards from the EPA, Historic Boulder, Sunpower, NAHRO and others.
Red Oak Park, for which he was the Project Architect, won the Urban Land Institute Global Award for Excellence. The Commons, another award-winning project he led, was the first large scale multi-tenant net-zero building in the country. He specializes in planning and entitlements, mixed-use projects, multi-family housing, affordable housing, retail, office, and breweries. He has extensive experience in sustainable design with projects ranging from net-zero energy to LEED platinum.
Bill has an undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and a Masters from the University of Colorado. He is a registered architect in Colorado and is a member of the American Institute of Architects.