Bill has 30 years of experience on a wide range of engineering projects, mostly related to environmental assessment, remediation, and coastal redevelopment. His favorite projects are those where historical upland environmental pollution is remediated and the land is returned to productive use as a marina, boatyard, or passive recreation area. His early experience working in a boatyards provides unique insights into these projects.
His work includes coordination with a wide range of experts in community design and development, engineering, finance, law, community outreach, and regulatory compliance. The project that probably demonstrates this the best is the Harbor Point redevelopment project, a $4.5B, more than 100-acre brownfield site. Bill was involved in the remediation of various upland polluted areas and in the design, permitting, and construction of two marinas and one full-service boatyard. The result? Access to the harbor that the community had never enjoyed before.
In his spare time, Bill enjoys visiting with his two grown daughters and their families, working around the house with his wife, carpentry projects, and sailing.