Bill Maclay, founder and president of Maclay Architects, has been a lecturer and educator at colleges, universities, and conferences focused on environmental design. He is also past president of the Vermont Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and has served on the board of directors of the Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility and the Yestermorrow Design/Build School, among other organizations. Maclay and his firm have long been involved in research on all aspects of environmental design, including sustainable design, indoor air quality, building science, material selection, and related issues. Maclay committed to using renewable energy to create a nonfossil-fuel-based future in 1970. He developed, designed, and built one of the first renewable communities in the US, and his innovative renewable and energy-conserving projects have been exhibited and published internationally. Maclay Architects’ projects range from single-family residences to multifamily residential, commercial, and institutional projects. Maclay has a BA from Williams College and a master of architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. Maclay Architects is located in Waitsfield, Vermont.
Location: Manchester Community College, 1066 Front St., Manchester, NH | Authors: Bill Maclay
On September 9th, Bill Maclay will be teaching the first part of a three-part educational series at the New Hampshire Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIANH), which is titled "2030 & Beyond: Setting Goals and the Process for Implementing Net Zero." This session will take place from 8:00AM to 5:00PM.
Location: DESIGNrealized Webinar | Authors: Bill Maclay
Bill Maclay will present a webinar as part of the 2015 DESIGNrealized Continuing Education Program. This webinar will focus on why and how net zero is the least cost option for green and sustainable builders. Bill's webinar will take place on Tuesday, November 10 at 3:00 PM (EST)