Master of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bill Holland is an architect with the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development. After earning his degree in Architecture, he created a design/build firm and completed a range of residential projects that explored various aspects of sustainable design and environmental awareness. Later he acquired experience in retail and commercial projects ranging from a few thousand to several hundred thousand square feet. As a LEED Accredited Professional and Senior Associate at Margulies Perruzzi Architects, Bill completed major renovation and commercial interior projects and developed expertise with LEED for Existing Buildings. He is the founding vice-chairman and current member of the Leadership Council and Education Committee of the USGBC Massachusetts Chapter, for which he has co-created a special LEED practices workshop for subcontractors. He has also created a very successful panel presentation on LEED for Existing Buildings for the Building Owners and Managers Association. Bill has had articles published in Sustainable Facility, Banker and Tradesman, and other publications.