Garrett "Gary" E. Williams, P.E.
Senior Engineering Consultant


Garrett E. Williams, P.E. has over 30 years of geotechnical and construction materials testing experience. He has served as project and senior engineer with responsibility for geotechnical analysis and execution for a variety of projects throughout the state of Texas. His experience includes airports; educational facilities, commercial, office, municipal and high-rise structures; residential developments; pavements; bridges and water and wastewater treatment plants.

In addition, Mr. Williams is presently serving on the Project Monitoring Committee as a Project Advisor for the TxDOT Research Project 0-4518 titled Reevaluate Current Potential Vertical Rise (PVR) Design Procedures.

International Terminal D - D/FW International Airport, Texas
New international terminal with about 1,000,000 square feet with 2 main levels above grade and three levels below grade.

Automated People Mover (APM) System
D/FW International Airport, Texas
The APM consists of approximately 26,000 linear feet of guideway at an average of 50 feet above the ground. The APM system contains twelve stations, two in each terminal and a large maintenance facility.

Keller ISD - Keller & Fort Worth, Texas
Performed geotechnical and CMT testing for the recent  bond improvements consisting of a new 300,000 sf high school, nine new schools and numerous additions.

Fort Worth Convention Center Expansion - Fort Worth, Texas
Phase I & II consists of a $75 million renovation of the existing facility. New construction included a two-story building with a mezzanine over the exhibit halls and ballroom portions. The expansion footprint was approximately 135,000 square feet, with approximately 252,000 sf in total floor space.

Exxon Headquarters - Irving, Texas
Over 500,000 square feet of office space underlain by up to 3.5 levels of below grade area with excavation depths of up to 55 feet.

Kehe Warehouse - Midlothian, Texas
Over 300,000 square feet of warehouse space to be developed in multiple phases. Inculdes cold storage facilities.

Village Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant - Fort Worth, Texas
Improvements to the various facilities at the Village Creek WWTP include the construction of several new structures, as well as improvements to existing structures. Specific project elements include: new high rate clarifier structure; new chemical/sludge handling building; new high rate clarifier drain and feed lines; new junction boxes; new screening facility; new electrical/power building and new gravity belt thickener building.

Education Bachelor of Science, 1977, Ocean Engineering, Texas A&M University
Master of Science, 1979, Civil Engineering, Texas A&M University

Registration Professional Engineer, TX #52525

Affiliations American Society of Civil Engineers