Throughout his career, Bill has played a role in the design and construction of several major projects, representing more than $1.5 billion and 10 million square feet of building construction. Bill started his career at the active adult housing leader Del Webb Corporation as project engineer and project manager before heading closer to home to join Turner Construction Company in Philadelphia. At Turner, he worked on project operations and held pre-construction roles. In 1994, Bill joined Paul Risk Associates, a design/build firm, and was principal-in-charge of several continuing care retirement community (CCRC) developments. While at these firms, he managed and completed various projects, including Lancaster General Hospital Health Campus, Eastern University North Residence Hall, Cornell University Library, Phoenix Crescent Hotel, and Oaklands Corporate Center. He has won design and construction industry awards including ABC’s National Project of the Year and NAHB’s coveted Best of American Living Award. Bill has a degree from Arizona State University in Construction Management.
Bill is the former board chair for Children Deserve a Chance Foundation, and is also involved at Lives Changed by Christ Church. He and his wife Kelly have been married for over 30 years and reside in Quarryville with their dog Bailey.