Principal Bio – William J. Masiello

During his 30 years of experience in the architectural design and construction industries, William J. Masiello, Principal AIA, has proven himself as an architect directly involved with award winning architectural designs, including Becker College Fuller Campus Center, the Contemplative Center for Holy Cross College, Sophisticated Serenity (private residence), Worcester Technical High School, Quinsigamond Elementary School, and the ALL School. Since opening his own practice in 2002, Bill’s diverse scope of projects has ranged from small homes to private commercial projects valued over 20 million dollars. Bill is a graduate of Boston Architectural College where he received prestigious awards including the Glassman Award Scholarship and BAC Scholarship.

Prior to working in the architecture field in 1988, Bill worked as a project manager at a family construction company, where he was part owner until 1997. His early creative contributions in the design/build construction field included projects like EL Harvey and Sons Corporate Offices, Goya Foods main distribution facility in Webster, MA, and various high-end home designs.

Bill enjoys the art of architectural rendering, performing music, hiking, building, and spending time with family and friends. Bill has passionately involved much of his spare time fundraising for several organizations providing care, service and research for those who struggle with the epidemic of autism. Bill has served as parent member of the New England Center for  Children Board of Directors, Advisory Board, and the Aquatic Center Capitol Campaign Steering Committee. He and his wife conceived and organized the Annual Night of Music Gala in 2001, which had raised nearly 2 million dollars for NECC since the event’s inception.


Member Affiliations

  • AIA – American Institute of Architects
  • BSA – Boston Society of Architects, through CMAIA
  • CMAIA- Central Massachusetts Institute of Architects

Links to leaders in Autism education, Research, and Adult Services visit:

  • Autism Speaks:
  • Amego, Inc.:
  • HMEA:
  • The New England Center for Children:
  • Dr. Margaret Bauman M.D.: