Bill loves hunting for challenges in the energy infrastructure industry. He’s found that when working on pipeline and facilities projects in developed urban areas, it’s often difficult to fully engage with stakeholders and property owners. But that’s Bill’s passion—finding common ground with others to complete all steps in the regulatory environment.
As director of our Midstream energy sector, Bill is responsible for business development, client relations, project management, infrastructure design, and construction, specifically in developed urban areas. Recently, Bill served as the project manager for the design of natural gas compressor stations in Connecticut, working on our Iroquois Gas Transmission Market Access project and TransCanada’s Lodgepole compressor station unit addition.
When he isn’t working, Bill is either at the rink playing hockey or on the course shooting some golf.