Originally a technical salesperson from Southern California, William moved to the Central Valley in 1998 to follow a young woman. She eventually became his wife, and soon after he began his career in land surveying. Happily, he found his way to BKF, now works in our Modesto office. He immediately knew that he had made the right decision to join BKF when he learned about the firm’s trusted legacy. “Our stellar reputation made it that much easier to open and market a new office here [in the Central Valley],” he said. “And our company’s forward-thinking leadership, vision and consistency were also incredibly impressive to me.”

William serves as the president of the Central Valley Chapter of the California Land Surveyors Association (CLSA), is a member of the American Concrete Institute (ACI) Tolerances Committee, and leads the ACI Laser Scanning subcommittee. He and his team are responsible for instituting BKF’s UAV/drone program, and handle surveying of all project types, especially heavy construction and laser scanning.

William finds satisfaction and takes pride in providing quality work to his clients in the Central Valley, Bay Area and beyond. As a bonus, he says, “it’s a lot of fun to drive around and point out to my family some of the projects my team and I have worked on, such as the BART Transbay Tube, Stanford University’s Bing Concert Hall, and the Golden One Center in Sacramento.”

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