Williams Company Promotes 3 to Chairman, CEO and President

by Katie Lee

Orlando, Fla. — Orlando, Fla.-based Williams Company, one of the Southeast’s largest and most respected construction companies, has promoted Bob Lipscomb, a 33-year company veteran, from CEO to chairman. He joined Williams Company as a project manager in 1988 and has been at the core of developing the overall company culture and performance standards.

Second, Taylor Huddleston was promoted to chief executive officer, having previously served as president. A 20-year company veteran, Huddleston began his career at Williams Company in 2000 as a preconstruction manager and later served as director of preconstruction, vice president and executive vice president.

Third, Chris Rollins was promoted to president from his prior role as senior vice president and chief operating officer. A 26-year company veteran, Rollins joined Williams Company as a project engineer in 1994 where he rose through the ranks to become COO responsible for all company construction operations. In his new role as president, he will be entrusted with the daily operation of the company including preconstruction, operations, safety and accounting, as well as long-range goals, strategies, plans and policies.

Now in its 100th year and currently licensed in 13 states from Texas to Maryland, Williams Company’s operating units include Williams Company Building Division, Williams Company Southeast and Williams Company Tampa. Currently, Williams Company’s growing team consists of 126 construction professionals.


SOURCE: Williams Company



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