William D. Loose
Bill joined Bohlin Cywinski Jackson’s Wilkes-Barre office in 1985 and quickly became involved with a variety of project types. He enjoys the range of work and design opportunities he encounters with every project, as well as the people each brings him in contact with. Now a Principal, he continues to measure progress and process against conceptual convictions in his management and contributions to the practice. Having spent his youth in a Pennsylvania suburb of like-designed residences, Bill observed how communities took pride in personalizing their homes. He gained an early awareness of how individual expression communicates values, which led him to pursue an education in architecture. Through his academic and early career experiences, he developed a clear and powerful connection between the theoretical and technical aspects of architecture, and how design brings them together in the built environment. Bill takes pride in working alongside his clients, bringing their architectural aspirations to life by seamlessly blending logical and intuitive facets. He enjoys communicating design ideas verbally and graphically, listening closely to a client’s needs and desires, and considering design not simply for the current moment or foreseeable future, but for generations to come.
The Pennsylvania State University, Bachelor of Architecture, 1983; The Pennsylvania State University Bachelor of Science, Architecture, 1982
American Institute of Architects, AIA Pennsylvania, AIA Northeastern Pennsylvania