Bill Crosskey graduated cum laude from Syracuse University with a double major in architecture and architectural history. He was trained in the Northeast, and has worked in the Hartford area for the majority of his career. He has a wide range of experience with project types including historic preservation, master planning, corporate offices, multifamily housing, community centers, restaurants, sacred buildings, retail facilities, financial institutions, and healthcare facilities.
With over 30 years of experience, Bill has worked on many types of projects: urban, rural, new construction, renovation, affordable, market rate, mixed income, special needs, and senior housing. He has experience with funding sources such as DECD, CHFA, and HUD. Projects range in size from two units to over 600; recent projects include master planning for largescale urban projects in Hartford and Norwalk.
Bill has served as Architect of Record and/or Historical Architect for dozens of properties on the National Register of Historic Places. His meticulous attention to detail and ability to work closely and easily with others keeps these complex projects running smoothly throughout all phases. Bill’s preservation awards are a testament to the quality of his work. He is NCARB Certified and a LEED Accredited Professional since 2008.