Bill Williams, RA, LEED AP

Bill Williams is a lifelong City of Annapolis resident. Bill earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from Catholic University, 1985, and a Master’s Degree in Architectural Design from Clemson University, 1991. He received his architectural license in Washington DC 1989, and Maryland 1994. Additionally, he is LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) accredited – LEED AP, 2008 and LEED AP BD+C 2010. With his projects located in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Washington, DC, Bill has wide reaching experience and a varied career in large and small commercial and institutional development projects. An important in-house manager of ABS Architects’s commercial and institutional teams – and as Project Architect for 25 years, Bill’s experience includes the Historic SJC Carrol Barrister House, Annapolis Recreation Center, Severn Bank Corporate Office Building, 35,000 seat Naval Marine Corps Memorial Stadium renovations and additions, and the USNA – Ron Terwilliger Center for Student-Athletes at Ricketts Hall. Bill – an avid fan of the history of Annapolis and the area – serves on the City of Annapolis Historic Preservation Commission which reviews all construction proposals within the Historic City of Annapolis.