The Office


Badger and Associates, Inc.

is a multi-faceted, small architectural firm combining expertise in historic preservation with general and residential architecture. Providing a broad range of architectural services, it serves both private and public clients with services ranging from initial planning through design and construction documents to construction administration. Our mission is to help each client with their particular project and as such, our job begins as listening. We strive to understand our client's wishes, wants and needs and to provide appropriate architectural solutions. The process is a creative experience and we strive to keep it both fun and exciting. Badger and Associates, Inc. has completed projects from Virginia to the Canadian border, with emphasis on Manchester, Dorset and the southern Vermont area. The firm is committed to personal service and close client involvement.

William C. Badger, NCARB, AIA

William C. Badger, NCARB, AIA

Bill is a 1970 Magna cum Laude graduate of Dartmouth College (BA Art History, Phi Beta Kappa) and a 1974 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Fine Arts (M. Architecture). He received a summer fellowship in Early American Arts and Decorative Arts from Historic Deerfield and a Dales Traveling Fellowship from the University of Pennsylvania. For several summers he worked as an architectural historian for the Historic American Building Survey (U.S. Department of Interior). He has served on numerous civic and community boards since 1982. He formed Badger and Associates, Inc. in 1990. Bill is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is licensed in Vermont.

Theo Badger

W. Theodore Badger

Theo graduated from Dartmouth College with a major in rock climbing and a minor in biology and psychology. When not out on the road living in his van or at the racetrack on his bike, he can be found drawing on his computer for Badger and Associates in their West Coast Office. Theo is also the acting therapist at Badger and Associates, Inc., putting his background in psychology to work when none of the office computers will talk to one another.