Bill serves as the Senior Project Manager for Texadia Systems. Along with overseeing all aspects of AV projects, he also has helped to implement standardized policies and procedures that impacted all aspects of AV projects from kick-off to sign-off. Additionally, Bill is mentoring current project managers and working with lead technicians to help them transition into becoming project managers as well.
Bill started his career as an electrician, working on large commercial projects which include a TXDOT facility in El Paso, DFW terminal D, as well as the Gaylord Texan Resort. It was at the Gaylord where Bill met an AV veteran and decided to make a career change to AV. With that change came more challenging and exciting projects, including the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center in Midland as well as City Center in Las Vegas. He has spent 13 years in the AV industry and is working towards his PMP certification.
Bill is the first in his family to graduate from college. His sister is the second. During his time in college, he met an instructor who inspired him towards a B.B.A. in Marketing. While growing up in a single-parent household his greatest influencer was his mom. ”We would have great conversations about life. She would give me her suggestions and opinions but left the decision up to me. She really did guide me through life. It’s funny how the things you didn’t appreciate at the time while growing up you learn to appreciate as you get older. I am grateful to her for the lessons I learned those years ago.”
Bill has a sister younger sister and a daughter who is entering the seventh grade this year. In his downtime, Bill loves to play darts, work on his home, and tinker with cars – which his friends and family take full advantage of! He shares his home with his daughter, a dog, and two cats. Bill is a huge fan of Formula 1, and Indy, and enjoys the movies “Tombstone” and “The Usual Suspects”.
Fun Fact: Bill had an arcade machine delivered to a job site. It was unloaded with a sky-track and delivered across the site to the job trailer.