An internationally recognized proponent and practitioner in sustainability and regeneration Bill is a principal in two firms, the Integrative Design Collaborative, Regenesis, Inc., and a member of the Alliance for Regeneration – green building consulting, living system design, and education organizations working to lift building and community planning into full integration and co-evolution with living systems. His work centers on creating the framework for and managing an integrative, whole-systems design process. The objective: to improve the overall quality of the physical, social and spiritual life of our living places and therefore the planet.
- Partner in Regenesis – leaders in developing the theory and practice of Regenerative Design and Community Development (“Healing Ecosystems and the Human Spirit”)
- Co-author with the Seven Group: The Integrative Design Guide to Green Building: redefining the practice of sustainability
- Founding Board Member of the US Green Building Council
- Co-chair of the LEED Technical Committee from its inception in 1994 through 2003
- Served on the national executive committee of the AIA Committee On The Environment
- Founding Chair of the ANSI Committee on Whole System Integration
- Served as a NESEA Board member
- Former and original LEED Faculty
- Advisory Board - Environmental Building News
- Board Member - A.W.E, Inc. San Francisco
Bill is a planning consultant, design process facilitator, lecturer, and author. He has participated in 300 plus presentations and workshops relating to Sustainable, Regenerative and Whole System Design. He has consulted on over two hundred green design commissions - achieving many certifications – the majority Gold and Platinum and Living Building Challenge projects. He is a guest lecturer at Universities from Harvard and MIT to the University of British Columbia. His clients range from New York City Department of Design and Construction, Loreto Bay, Baja, Mexico, Sidwell Friends School, the Willow School, the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, cities in South Africa and Mexico, and various city planning agencies on the East and West coast, and many private development companies in the US, Canada, and Mexico.