Travis has a broad background throughout the construction fields: from surveying to remodeling and new construction. He is skilled in carpentry, painting, mechanical know-how and problem solving. Besides his vast skill-set, Travis brings a positive attitude to all of the Revelations projects. When he is not on a job site, Travis enjoys rock climbing, playing bass guitar, restoring his Volkswagen Vanagon and spending time with his beautiful wife and four daughters.
Andy is our technology expert and project manager. He has been with Revelations for 7 years. Andy splits his time between design/construction documents, project management, and construction. Andy is married to Anna, and has a dog named Flip. When Andy is not at work, he enjoys skiing, playing the bass guitar, and restoring his 1977 Kawasaki 650.
Bill graduated in 1973 from the University of Illinois-Champaign with a 5 year professional degree in architecture. Bill obtained his architectural registration in the State of Wisconsin in 1975 followed by his Illinois registration in 1976. n 1977 Bill moved to Stevens Point, WI and in 1978 started Revelations Architects/Builders.
Bill's construction experience began in 1966 with Ragnar Benson, Chicago, IL as a construction laborer. Over the course of 5 years of vacations and summers, Bill was promoted to an assistant layout engineer. At the time Ragnar Benson was the 8th largest construction company in the USA, working mainly for Fortune 500 companies.
Bill started his architectural apprenticeship with A. Richard Willliams,FAIA in 1969, doing maintenance on his house and office and later as an assistant on the East Chicago Heights planning projects.
Bill has been happily married to Ann, his wife of 34 years.They have 3 children, 2 daughters and 1 son. Bill's hobbies include trout fishing, gardening, restoring old SAAB and VW cars and busses.
Awards and Achievements:
Intern City Planner, Chicago Heights, State of Illinois. 1971
First student juror on a national jury, AIA Design Awards for Public Housing. 1972
Executive Director of a non-profit housing authority, East Chicago Heights, IL 1972.
Lecturer at the National Builders Convention. 1992
Wisconsin Redimix Concrete Design Award for Concept Residence. 1996
AIA Wisconsin Honor Design Award for The E.D.G.E (An Experimental Dwelling for a Greener Environment). 2010
AIA Small Practice Award, 2011
Juror-Chicago AIA Small Project Awards, 2012
Juror-Arcon Prize, University of Illinois, 2013
Past chairman of the Design Committee/Member of the Board for Association of Downtown Businesses which has become part of the Wisconsin Mainstreet Alliance.
Past board member of the Stevens Point Salvation Army.
Past Treasurer of the American Legion baseball club, along with 5 years of coaching.
6 years of coaching youth baseball (Stevens Point Youth Baseball Association)
Founding and active member of the Historic Murals of Downtown Stevens Point, WI.
Assisted the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, "With the Grain", project of professional sculptors in a work-study program providing Thomas Radeloff and students with the foundation expertise for completing his sculpture.
Designed and built the protective roof over the historic 2713 train engine and caboose, Stevens Point, WI which was funded through a donation by his wife's parents, Herb and Theresa Leary.
Supervising professional for the first student sculpture at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point campus.
Donated design and construction services for the Press Box, storage, and concession stand at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point baseball field.