Since I last wrote, I have finished graduate school at MIT, completed my Architecture internship and earned my Architect’s license.
More importantly, I married my wife Carrie, and we now have a wonderful two year old redhead named Edwin. Carrie owns a small ballet school in Concord, MA and we live in Cambridge where I am still able to bike to work!
I have worked since 2008 at Shepley Bulfinch in Boston and was promoted to Associate in January 2012. As Architect, I have led the design effort for several buildings at institutions nationwide. These include projects completed at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (Ambulatory Surgery Center), Hamline University in St. Paul (University Center) and the University of Houston (Health and Biomedical Sciences Center). Projects under design include a library for Ringling College of Art and Design (in Sarasota, FL) and an ambulatory surgery center for Bridgeport Hospital in CT.
Most recently I was elected to Shepley’s Board of Directors for a three year term. As a board member I will be responsible, in part, for helping the firm navigate a new strategic planning process.
When I’m not working, I try to spend my time outdoors with my family and our energetic dog romping in the woods.
Luke Voiland Class of 1999