William (Bill) Devlin received his Bachelors Degree in Architecture from the University of Detroit, Detroit, MI in 1972, graduating with honors. He became a Registered Architect in Massachusetts in 1975, where he began his independent career after working in architectural firms throughout the Detroit and Massachusetts areas. Bill worked on both residential projects and large scale commercial and industrial projects while in others' employ. He also worked overseas for a year.
Throughout his career, Bill has had a deep interest in historic preservation, urban work, sustainability and solar energy. His ability to address complex problems involving site conditions, unique spacial needs, difficult roof lines, etc. has earned him the respect of his clients and colleagues alike.
In 1984 Bill opened his own practice, specializing in residential design, small scale commercial, institutional and mixed use design work. Local commercial projects have included Habitat builds, Marengo Park Condominiums, United Bank's Bordeaux Building rehab, several projects for the Mental Health Association of Greater Springfield, the former UPS building on Carando Drive, church projects, and many tenant build-outs.
Bill is active in the local Springfield community, and provides pro-bono work each year. He has served on the Springfield Historical Commission (1992-1996); the Board of Directors of the Springfield Preservation Trust, (1993-2009); the Board of Directors of the Greater Springfield Habitat For Humanity, (1992-1998) and other occasional activities.
William J. Devlin AIA, INC.
P.O. Box 2605
Springfield, MA 01101-2605