David Feth Joins Wilson Architects as Principal

Wilson Architects is pleased to announce David G. Feth, AIA,
LEED AP, a resident of Pembroke, MA, will join the Boston-based 50-person
architectural firm as a Principal, beginning October 24, 2017.

“David’s long history of outstanding projects demonstrate he is a very
talented design architect as well as a thoughtful and highly respected
project leader. His creativity and pursuit of excellence are a perfect match
for Wilson Architects,” stated Bill Wilson, CEO of Wilson Architects.

Tom Frisbie-Fulton, former University Architect at the University of Rhode
Island, commented on working with David on the University’s Center for
Biotechnology & Life Sciences and the new College of Pharmacy: “David
is a brilliant designer; he approaches architecture as an accomplished
composer might craft a symphony, with warmth, drama, and delight.”

For nearly 30 years, David has focused on undergraduate science and
research projects, collaborating primarily with higher education clients.
Many of his projects, including those at Bridgewater State University,
University of Rhode Island, and University of Kentucky, have been
recognized with numerous design awards from both academic and
architectural organizations.

“I am the architect I am today due to the numerous opportunities given
to me during my tenure at Payette,” acknowledged David. “From my
first day to the present, the leadership at Payette has supported my client
relationships, design initiatives and mentorships with the firm’s younger
architects. I am grateful to the wonderful professionals who have supported
my growth, and with whom I’ve had the pleasure to collaborate over this
period of time.”

“Joining Wilson Architects is an exciting transitional opportunity for me at
this point in my career,” continued David. “I am looking forward
to bringing my expertise to Wilson’s talented group of architects to leverage
our combined knowledge for some of the most challenging and rewarding
projects for higher education clients.”

David received an M.Arch II from Harvard University’s Graduate School
of Design, and a B.A. in Architecture from Syracuse University. His design
work includes projects at the University of Kentucky, University of Rhode
Island, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Duke University,
Hudson Valley Community College, and Bridgewater State University. David
and his family reside in Pembroke, MA.

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