Rebecca L. Day-Dillon | Principal
RA, LEED AP

“Knowing that we (GTA) are designing buildings that better address their (seniors) needs, health and happiness than the older buildings ever did is very satisfying.”   -Becky

Rebecca Day-Dillon sees architecture, first and foremost, as a problem-solving process. She provides solutions. Becky is a Registered Architect having earned her Bachelor of Architecture from Boston Architectural College. As a LEED Accredited Professional, Becky incorporates green / sustainable solutions into many of her designs.

Rebecca’s level of expertise in health care and senior environments is extremely extensive. With over two decades of experience, Becky has created healing and homelike settings for assisted living, transitional rehabilitation, skilled nursing, nursing care, memory loss, and hospice; and her projects have earned numerous accolades and awards.

Becky’s passion for seniors began prior to becoming an architect, working in a senior living facility where she grew to love many of the residents. This dynamic view upon architecture and seniors drives Becky’s innovation everyday.

Becky loves being involved in her community – she is a Planning Board member for the City of Westbrook and on the Board of Directors for the Westbrook Little League. When she is not at the office, she is often found at her kids sporting events, spending time with her family or reading a good book while sipping a delicious glass of wine.