Neil McCarthy has become a partner at RMC Architects in Bellingham.
During his time in architecture, McCarthy has worked on a variety of projects, including colleges, universities, multi-family housing, condominiums and religious institutions. He is currently working on a number of multi-family residences and low-income housing projects for the Bellingham Housing Authority, in addition to low-income residences for Mercy Housing and the city of Kelso.
McCarthy has also worked on projects for Western Washington University, most recently on Nash Hall with fellow partner Brad Cornwell.
McCarthy has been working in the profession since 1983, after receiving a bachelor’s degree from Western Washington University. He also has a bachelor’s in environmental design and a master’s in architecture from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.