In his 35 years in design and construction industry, Bill Freeman has delivered over $3 billion in projects for higher education, corporate, government science and technology clients around the globe. To him, providing a successful service is all about respect and value – treating all collaborators with respect and providing clients with the maximum value at all times. That philosophy has enabled him to successfully deliver the high-profile 440,000 SF Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Emerging Infectious Disease Laboratory, a 412,000 SF 3M Building 280 laboratory development and Animal Health Resources project at the University of Georgia. Bill is widely admired as an industry expert in his field, but he still considers himself a generalist – he understands how every component of a project interacts and impacts the others. He loves defining the engineering systems that meet the client’s vision and solving the problems that make projects work as a whole. In his free time, Bill values family, faith and fun and counts several family members – who built businesses of high success and integrity – as the major influencer of his professional outlook.
- The Pennsylvania State University
Bachelor of Architectural Engineering
- American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers
- American Biological Safety Association
- Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (UK)