CLINTON + COMPANY (C+CO) was formed in 2014.  

C+CO seeks to create tangible value for its clients with artfully crafted solutions that utilize historical references, employ regional materials, and pursue each assignment with a modern attitude.  Architectural modernism is not a style.  Rather, it is the inclination toward authenticity regarding the treatment of materials and how such materials work to create structure, art, and form.  Modern architecture celebrates the uniting of materials in their natural state.

The company’s presentations are unique visual approaches created by utilizing advanced modeling technology.  From the project’s inception, C+CO’s clients are comfortable with the process.  C+CO works closely with its clients to solve problems, achieve sustainable and innovative designs and create efficient spaces.

Will’s philosophical attitude toward architectural design is manifest in his belief that the most beautiful buildings fit imperceptibly into their surroundings.  Will believes the built environment should complement the natural.

Will Clinton is a fully licensed architect certified by the National Council of Architectural Registrations Board (“NCARB”) and is a member in good standing with the Texas Society of Architects, the American Institute of Architects and the Texas Real Estate Council.

Will’s licenses, certifications and professional affiliations are shown below:

Licenses and Certifications

Registered Architect No. 24104

National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB)

Professional Affiliations:

Texas Society of Architects (TSA)

American Institute of Architects (AIA)

National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB)

The Real Estate Council (TREC)



Will Clinton grew up in Dallas, Texas where he witnessed the urban development and expansion of the city from his backyard.  The dynamic urban growth of Dallas fostered his interest in architecture.  Will pursued his undergraduate degree in Urban Planning at the University of Texas at Austin while playing tennis for the Longhorn Tennis Team, serving on the Athletic Advisory Committee and earning eight All Big Twelve Conference Academic Awards.  Will received his Masters of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture in 2008 while under the educational guidance of such renowned architects as Juan Miro (Miro Rivera Architects), Larry Speck (Page Sutherland Page), and David Heymann.  Will worked with Larry Boerder, one of Dallas’s premier residential architects, prior to his tenure with RTKL Associates, Inc. (“RTKL”) in Dallas.

RTKL is one of the world’s largest architectural firms with offices in Baltimore, Dallas, Chicago, Abu Dhabi, Beijing, Dubai, Jeddah, London, Los Angeles, Miami, Sao Paulo, Shanghai and Washington DC.   While practicing with RTKL, Will served as senior designer and project architect in urban planning projects and real estate developments including healthcare facilities, multi-family housing, hospitality, retail centers and mixed-use projects.   Examples of Will’s experience at RTKL include:



•        Lone Star Court Hotel, 123-key Valencia boutique hotel aiming to capture the distinctive character of each location, Austin, TX

•        Omaha Hilton Expansion, 150-key guest room tower expansion and addition of a 6,500-SF Junior Ballroom, Omaha, NE

•        Tysons Corner Center Hyatt Regency Hotel, 20-story, 270,000-SF Hyatt Regency hotel adjacent to the shopping mall at Tysons Corner Center featuring 300 guest rooms and 16,000-SF of meeting space, including a 7,500-SF Ballroom. Site includes a 3-meal restaurant and bar, an indoor/outdoor pool deck, and a 1,600-SF fitness area, and a new public entertainment plaza. The property is proposed to be LEED certified upon completion in Fall 2014. McLean, VA

•        EVEN Hotels, RTKL developed the EVEN Hotels New Build Prototype for IHG. The new brand’s philosophy is to provide guests with opportunities to eat better, work out on their terms, get a better night’s sleep, and work more effectively while traveling, through the design and implementation of healthier F&B options and an in-room workout station. In addition to aiding the EVEN brand with the development of the architecture and interior architecture, the hospitality team completed six Asset Review Studies and two Hotel Design Studies.  Nationwide

•        Wutai Mountain Resort, 23,000-SM destination resort including 200-keys, a spa, convention center, three restaurants, swimming pools, a helipad and 34 private mountain villas, Taihuai, China

•        Agile Qingshui Bay Master Planning, Sanya, Hainan, China



•        Community Hospital South, 136,000-SF, five-story new patient bed tower with a surgical services expansion and acute care services, Indianapolis, Indiana

•        Baylor Medical Center at McKinney | 470,000-SF new-market hospital with 191-beds, plus a 117,000-SF MOB | McKinney, TX



•        Nimble Mixed-Use Project, Guangzhou, China

•        Nine Dragon Bay Mixed, green 8.4 million SF master planned senior living and hospital facility to eventually accommodate 100,000 people.  Like a string of pearls, the villages of Nine Dragon Bay are arrayed along the coast, each connecting to another. Dalian. Liaoning, China

•        Midea Zhuzhou Mixed Use, mixed-use development including hotel, office, retail and entertainment, Zhuzhou, China

•        Tysons Corner Center Plaza, McLean, VA



•        ALDAR Yas Island Mall, 3M-SF retail and entertainment development, Abu Dhabi, UAE

•        Arraijan Center Panama, 1M-SF retail development, Arraijan, Panama City, Panama

Will Clinton

Will Clinton