David Spillers

Business Manager

David Spillers has worked in accounting longer than some of SITE solutions staff have been on the planet. Having made the career choice to work as part of the corporate accounting team for a now defunct textile manufacturer in 1996, he discovered the joys of inventory reconciliations and decided that he never wanted to do that again. David was introduced to architecture in 1999 by a friend. Professional services accounting has no inventory, and he was very thankful. David was with one firm for sixteen years, and has been with SITE solutions for almost five years. Architects as a group bring a certain level of dedication and forethought not required in many other professions (apologies to Engineers.) David says that he is always humbled by the energy and creativity displayed by all of the team members. He’s also an avid fan of Formula 1 racing. Also, as a wannabe pilot, he love anything that flies.

  1. What is something you love about Landscape Architecture?
    I love the juxtaposition of working in an environment that combines the tangible elements of an Owner’s desires as expressed in program and budget with the unpredictable elements of weather and changing environment. Landscape Architecture is an interesting effort to form and control what is not meant to be controlled. It is an interesting contrast to other forms of Architecture which have unchanging laws of physics, i.e. structural designs, governing the work.

  2. If you could be a mixed drink, what would it be?
    Bourbon and coke.

  3. What is your favorite way to socially isolate?
    Sit on the beach with my wife and watch the waves. In fact, it’s anywhere we can sit and watch Nature as a day unfolds.

David Spillers

Business Manager

David Spillers has worked in accounting longer than some of SITE solutions staff have been on the planet. Having made the career choice to work as part of the corporate accounting team for a now defunct textile manufacturer in 1996, he discovered the joys of inventory reconciliations and decided that he never wanted to do that again. David was introduced to architecture in 1999 by a friend. Professional services accounting has no inventory, and he was very thankful. David was with one firm for sixteen years, and has been with SITE solutions for almost five years. Architects as a group bring a certain level of dedication and forethought not required in many other professions (apologies to Engineers.) David says that he is always humbled by the energy and creativity displayed by all of the team members. He’s also an avid fan of Formula 1 racing. Also, as a wannabe pilot, he love anything that flies.

  1. What is something you love about Landscape Architecture?
    I love the juxtaposition of working in an environment that combines the tangible elements of an Owner’s desires as expressed in program and budget with the unpredictable elements of weather and changing environment. Landscape Architecture is an interesting effort to form and control what is not meant to be controlled. It is an interesting contrast to other forms of Architecture which have unchanging laws of physics, i.e. structural designs, governing the work.

  2. If you could be a mixed drink, what would it be?
    Bourbon and coke.

  3. What is your favorite way to socially isolate?
    Sit on the beach with my wife and watch the waves. In fact, it’s anywhere we can sit and watch Nature as a day unfolds.