Bill Dickinson is a Registered Architect with over 30 years of experience. He received his professional degree from the University of Minnesota in 1985, and became registered in Massachusetts in 1990. He is Vice-Chair of the Acton Historic Commission and is past president of the Concord BNI. Bill teaches classes through community education and acts as a mentor to architecture students. Prior to joining Dickinson Architects in 2014, Bill worked for 12 years as a Senior Associate at Nashawtuc Architects in Concord on residential, municipal and small scale commercial projects. Bill has additional experience in Historic Renovation, Senior Centers, School/Municipal Projects, Laboratory and Hospital Design . Bill is a member of the AIA. He likes to play tennis, soft ball and basketball; bike and ski race.
Nancy Dickinson is a Registered Architect with over 25 years of experience. For the past 18 years she has specialized in Residential Design. She established Dickinson Architects in 2005 after working many years for Nashawtuc Architects in Concord and several other small Architecture Firms. Nancy provides personalized service from the beginning to end of all her projects.
Nancy received her professional degree in Architecture from the University of Minnesota in 1988, became registered in Massachusetts in 1995, is a Leed Green Associate and a member of the AIA and the Concord Art Association. Nancy enjoys reading, tennis, biking and singing in the Acton Community Chorus.
Bill and Nancy love the challenge of design. They make each addition look like it belongs by complimenting the mass, materials and style of the existing house. A new house evolves from its unique site, climate, program, context and budget. With their work concentrated in the MetroWest Boston area, Bill and Nancy can respond quickly to issues that come up in the field. Dickinson Architects has many contractors that they can recommend for bidding. Nancy and Bill like to learn, meet new people, be creative and make the world a better place through the practice of Architecture.