Maj. Gen. (Ret) Charles Williams
As the Trump Administration ramps up its efforts on infrastructure rebuilding, more focus is being put on the benefits of public-private partnerships. Two of our colleagues are intimately familiar with successful public-private partnerships: Maj. Gen. (ret) Chuck Williams and Gary Loew. They just co-authored an opinion article for The Washington Times on successful partnerships.
After leaving the Corps of Engineers, Chuck served as Chief Operating Officer of the Dulles Toll Road Partnership II, which built the nation’s first private toll road in 150 years. Gary was in charge of Programs and Project Management for the Army’s Civil Works Directorate.
To read their Washington Times article, click here.