MILFORD, MA–JACA Architects announced that William D. Mack has recently been named a Designer/Drafter.
In this position, Mack is responsible for assisting project directors with creating construction documents using BIM platforms as well as drafting drawings and renderings using AutoCAD and Revit. Additionally, Mack assists with preparing existing conditions and site surveys documents as well as marketing documents.
Mack earned his bachelor of science in architecture with a minor in historic preservation from Roger Williams University, as well as his master of architecture degree. Most recently, he served as an exhibitions and publications assistant for the university’s School of Architecture, Art, and Historic Preservation.
His experiences also include contributing to a historic structures report on Anawan Station No. 6 in Fall River, MA, as well as producing a design for Project Goal, a nonprofit that provides afterschool academic help and soccer-related activities to underprivileged children. He also participated in several design charrettes for a breast cancer awareness and memorial garden.
Mack’s interests include historical preservation and sustainability, with an emphasis on materiality and building systems from both technical and cultural standpoints, as well as urban planning. He is also an associate member of the Milford Historical Commission; he is a current resident of Milford, Mass.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Will to our growing team,” said Bill Epp, president of JACA Architects. “His knowledge of sustainability initiatives and historical preservation methods will contribute greatly to JACA Architects, as well his design skills and thoughtful nature.”