Gregory Williams is the President and CEO of PROQUA Corporation which he founded in 2002. Mr. Williams experience in the construction industry spans over two decades in both the federal and commercial sectors which began when he joined his family-owned business Contract Management, Inc back in 1997. Mr. Williams federal experience encompasses working in the capacity as a construction management, project management, and consulting subcontractor for various prime contractors on federal construction projects.
Mr. Williams holds a Bachelor of Business Administration – Management degree from Augusta State University and a Master of Engineering from the University of Alabama-Birmingham. His work history ranges from event management, office management, project accounting, management consulting to other small business clients, and product reselling to commercial and individual clients.
In the early 2000’s, Mr. Williams worked for a Top 10 construction and engineering firm “Peter Kiewit & Son” on the Dulles Walkback Tunnel in Washington, DC where he served as the construction business manager for the $27M+ project. Afterwards he decided to follow his family legacy and create PROQUA Corporation to serve as a construction management, project controls, and project management service provider to union and non-union construction firms.
Mr. Williams past performance clientele relationships include managing construction projects for: Department of Energy (Savannah River Site, Pantex, Oak Ridge), Department of Defense (Fort Gordon, Fort Jackson, Dobbins AFB), Georgia State University, City of Lawrenceville, City of Augusta, GA Department of Juvenile Justice, GA Department of Natural Resources, and various other federal, local, and state agencies.
Mr. Williams is progressively expanding PROQUA capabilities in the industry fields of Management Consulting, Engineering Support, and Product Reseller opportunities to commercial, federal, state, and local government clients.
Mr. Williams is actively engaged in mentoring the youth thru the game of basketball and academia. Giving the youth a platform to showcase their basketball skills with the opportunity to earn college basketball scholarships and showing them career workforce development opportunities. He is also engaged in the local Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce and serves as a board member for non-profit organizations: PowerRise Foundation, Inc. and Grant West Enterprise, Inc.