William D. Wallace – Principal
William D. Wallace, RA, AIA, principal of Wallace Architecture, is a registered architect in New York State since 2004. He has studied and worked in the construction and design fields for over 30 years.
Bill was Zoning Enforcement and Building Inspection Officer for the town of Canaan, NY, and is currently on the zoning board of appeals for the town. He is also involved with the local community on both a professional and volunteer level, and has contributed to numerous community building projects.
Our range of services includes:
- Schematic Design
- Design Development
- Construction Documents
- Bidding and/or Negotiation
- Construction Supervision / Administration
- Project Analysis
- Site Analysis
- Feasibility Studies
- CAD drawings, 3-D models, and presentation services
- Cost Control
Building a house can be a onerous, unpleasant task but NOT if you have Bill Wallace working for you. His attention to detail is legion, as is his work ethic. He returns all calls, answers all questions, works within budget, completes all tasks within the agreed upon time frame, and does so always with a smile! He has planned two beautiful and comfortable homes for me, a Cape Cod and a Craftsman, and both are a testament to his incredible abilities.Mary H.
Bill is an outstanding architect, with deep knowledge of both design and engineering, but more importantly a very keen ability to understand and address his client’s needs. He is very hands on when needed, being present on-site and dealing directly with subs to ensure design integrity and to address and resolve issues quickly.Rick M.
I highly recommend Bill Wallace as an architect and project manager. He is an excellent problem solver – he is very knowledgeable about zoning regulations, engineering, design as well as materials. He is sensitive to budget limitations, and worked within my budget. From the first day I met Bill – I felt we were partners in transforming my country house.Suzanne M.
How We Work
We take pride in listening closely to our clients’ needs and requirements. This includes addressing:
- How best to balance the homeowner’s budget constraints and goals,
- The use of modern technologies and materials for long-term ease-of-maintenance (such as composite materials for roofing or siding),
- Incorporating recyclable and eco-friendly materials.