ERIC G. WILLIAMS, Founder & Managing Partner: Project Management

Mr. Williams, a Founder and Managing Partner of Corsair Merchant Partners, Corsair Merchant Partners Group & Corsair Advisory Partners Group; was Executive Director of Reese Technology Center where he re-developed a former Air Force Base into the 5th largest Research Park in the United States. RTC is identified as the most rapid and successful redevelopments of a closed military base in history according to the Department of Defense, & U.S. Air Force. Mr. Williams has over 35 years of increasing responsibilities in the fields of project management, nuclear facilities management, healthcare & medical technology, research, and higher education. A Specialized Consultant on the multi-billion dollar URENCO Nuclear Enrichment Facility project (the only nuclear enrichment facility to pass inspection on its initial qualification), Mr. Williams worked as special Code and Safety Consultant for Allied Associates, the engineering firm for the design of the new 640 acre URENCO Nuclear Fuel Enrichment Facility (located 5 miles East of Eunice, New Mexico). The first enrichment facility built in the USA in 30 years, the URENCO facility used magnetic centrifuge technology for enrichment of U235 to convert into Hexafluoride gas for appox.33% of all USA plants using hundreds of centrifuge cascades at 90,000 RPM each. Mr. William’s primary role was review/oversight/compliance of NRC/Federal & State complex building codes and safety codes for site and multiple facilities with critical timelines and budgets. A Registered Architect #8001 / NCARB Qualified / AIA # 30013479, Mr. Williams is currently the owner of G&W Architects; providing business acquisitions and development, architecture, consulting, building and safety code analysis and technical advisory services.  From 1997-1999, Mr. Williams was Director of Health Care Facilities for Carter+Burgess, Inc. in Ft. Worth and later at RTKL International in Dallas. Mr. Williams successfully worked in USA, United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, and Puerto Rico doing international marketing / sales experience for Health Care and Research Laboratories.  From 1977-1997- Mr. Williams was Associate Vice President ofFacilities at Texas Tech University and Health Sciences Center for 19 years (3 at University and 16 at HSC), where he was responsible for Facilities Management, planning and construction of over 1.4 million square feet of medical facilities with a value of $340 million. From 2001 to current, Mr. Williams was a Special Consultant for CDC (Center for Disease Control, in Atlanta) for BSL–Level 4- Bio Containment lab design and safety protocols. He is one of only 50 facilities consultants. Mr. Williams is also an Adjunct Professor for Health Organization Management –graduate program (Doctorate level) at Texas Tech Medical School.