William Hanson, AIA
President, ThinkOne Architecture
Mr. Hanson brings over twenty-five years of design and construction experience to your project. Bill has extensive, large project experience specializing in commercial and institutional facilities. Bill serves as the President of the company and is the firm’s lead project architect and project designer. In addition, he has been responsible for a number of university and military projects. Highly competent in flexible data gathering techniques, with the ability to accurately identify and document user needs, Bill’s expertise has added to the organization and success of ThinkOne’s diverse projects.
For over nineteen years, Bill has directed the firm’s programming efforts. Most recently, Bill led the design efforts for the $7 million Gallatin County 911 Center/Bozeman Fire Station No. 3, $10 million Morrison Maierle Office Building, and the $26 million Master Plan for expansion of the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman. Bill’s ability to generate enthusiasm for the data gathering effort and ultimately identify and document user needs has proven critical to the success of these projects.
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