B.S. Civil Engineering
Pelham Williams contributes tremendous public and private sector experience in the development of organizations and human resources designed to serve the needs of the public. After traveling throughout the world as a land surveyor in the U.S. Army, and earning an engineering degree, Pelham's public sector experience includes successful tenures with the Public Housing Administration, predecessor of the Dept of Housing and Urban Development, Commissioner of Public Works for the U.S. Virgin Islands, & Commissioner of Environment & Streets/ Public Works for the City of Atlanta, GA, where he directed a staff of 2,000 people. He then co-founded a multi-disciplined engineering & architectural firm that grossed over $15 million in annual revenue, had over 200 employees, eight branch offices, and served several Fortune 100 clients in addition to NASA, EPA, MARTA, and numerous city, county, and state agencies. Pelham also served as the Chairman of GA's State Board of Registration for Professional
Engineers & Land Surveyors for three years.