Bill Barton brings twenty years of experience to Tiscareno Associates in mixed-use, civic, retail, and multifamily projects, both in the US and abroad. His core expertise is project management, and he excels in entitlement, permitting, and design. He has a natural ability for analysis and creatively approaching a problem from many angles that yields outstanding results for clients.
Bill is devoted to “getting it right.” A recent example of this is The Beam. This seven-story mixed-use building in the heart of Seattle’s Little Saigon had to satisfy a formidable set of regulatory and community requirements to fit smoothly into the area’s unique identity. As project manager and designer, Bill deftly guided the project through the entire design review and international special review processes, integrating community input to ensure the project retained strong local support all the while exceeding the Client’s unit and area goals.
He successfully led another tricky mixed-use project called Pivot, from its early stages of design through construction administration. The resulting gateway project on Capitol Hill beautifully unites retail, hospitality and residential programs on a constrained site that overlooks downtown Seattle. Another high-profile project in Capitol Hill, The Danforth, which houses a two-story Whole Foods Market, called on Bill’s skills as a Lead Technical Architect, Retail Coordinator, and Quality Manager to execute a complex design on a bustling three-neighborhood corner lot.
Bill’s education includes a Master of Business Administration from Pacific Lutheran University and a Bachelor of Architecture from University of Cincinnati. He has been published in the Daily Journal of Commerce and in Multifamily Executive magazine.