Buckley Williams, CCCA

Buckley WilliamsWilliams is ETM’s first Executive Vice President of Public Infrastructure; the role was created to lead and align the entire firm’s services with public sector partners across the state of Florida. He joined the firm in 1993 to establish the CEI division, which grew to over 60 team members under his leadership for nearly 30 years. Williams earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management from the University of Florida.

Mr. Williams also manages multiple CEI teams for several FDOT District Offices encompassing various FDOT and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Roadway, Bridge, and ITS projects. His experience includes service to public and private sector clients with scope elements including but not limited to: multiple repeat selection continuing services contracts, interstate, limited access, regional, collector and local asphalt and concrete roadway construction, heavy bridge construction, earthwork operations, ITS, signalization, large diameter utility water/wastewater pipeline and plant improvements, solid waste landfill facilities, and environmental remediation.

As a Certified Construction Contract Administrator (CCCA), he possesses the required knowledge and seasoned ability to administer complex construction contract conditions. He has an extensive understanding of contractual relationships, construction observation procedures, interpretation of contract documents, bidding strategies, construction phase submittals requirements, meeting procedures and presentations, negotiating contract modifications, measurement and payment procedures, and project closeout documents. Mr. Williams provides a concierge-level of Owners Representation and extension of staff services and is comfortable implementing complex work schemes across an enterprise of key stakeholders.


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