Atwell’s Ann Arbor office hires Jeff Williams as project manager

ANN ARBOR, Michigan – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Atwell, LLC is pleased to welcome Jeff Williams to its team as a Project Manager within our Environment group. Based at Atwell’s office in Ann Arbor, Mich., Williams is responsible for promoting and expanding Atwell’s energy and energy operations, managing project resources, leading the controlling the quality of his team’s projects and maintaining project budgets and schedules throughout Michigan and the Midwest.

Jeff Williams brings more than 20 years of experience in the oil, gas and power industries to Atwell. His experience is mainly in project management; if natural resources permit; cultural resources, listed species and wetland assessments; natural gas and liquids pipelines, pipeline construction and other related facilities. In addition, he has extensive experience in field surveys in the areas of wetland ecology, the ecology of terrestrial habitats and species, and the ecology of aquatic habitats and species. Williams received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan. He is a Certified Michigan Construction Stormwater Operator.

“Jeff is a great addition to our team,” says Bourke Thomas, director of environmental services. “His dual experience in project management and the environment will make him a valuable asset for our company and the opportunities for future projects. ”

Atwell, LLC is a national consulting, engineering and construction services company comprised of technical professionals located across the country. By creating innovative solutions for clients in industries such as real estate and land use planning, power and energy, and oil and gas, Atwell provides comprehensive turnkey services, including land and rights-of-way assistance, planning, landscape architecture, engineering, compliance and permits, and project and program management.

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