Bill has more than 35 years of progressively responsible project management and project controls experience. His areas of expertise include, dispute resolution, commercial management, expert claims analysis, expert testimony, labor inefficiency analysis, delay analysis, delay damages assessments, and cost analysis. He engages in a hands-on approach to facilitating dispute resolution, which has enabled the settlement of numerous conflicts, avoiding litigation and saving clients from the burden of legal costs.
Throughout his career Bill has served as an engineer, a general contractor, a general contractor’s representative, an owner, an owner’s representative, a subcontractor’s representative, and an engineer's representative - this has fostered his unique and multi-faceted perspective on the commercial aspects of projects and the claims process. He has accumulated significant experience on a variety of water, wastewater, infrastructure, and architectural projects, both private and public. He has been admitted as an expert in claims evaluation and delay damages assessments in state courts, and has participated in several arbitrations, mediations, dispute review board presentations, and partnering sessions at various levels.
He played key roles on the Boston Harbor Project and on the Central Artery/Tunnel Project. He has served as a Substitute Professor at Northeastern University on the Legal Aspects of Civil Engineering and has offered various training sessions on project management, change management, and commercial management, to various clients.
Bill holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Northeastern University and is a Registered Professional Engineer (PE) – Civil – in the state of Massachusetts. He is a member of the Northeastern University Civil and Environmental Engineering Industrial Advisory Board, a dedicated group of distinguished civil and environmental engineers who advise the Department on matters related to research, development, curriculum, cooperative education, student organizations, and other important functions related to the department’s mission.
His professional activities include: Construction Industries of Massachusetts (CIM); Construction Industries of RI (CIRI); Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts (AGCMA); American Society of Civil Engineers; and the Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section (BSCES) of the ASCE.