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William (Bill) Calhoun is responsible for driving Clark Construction Group's strategic direction including the acquisition of new work and identifying new and emerging markets.
Working with Clark’s divisions and business units, Bill ensures that Clark has the right strategy in place to exceed the needs and expectations of its clients.
Over the last three decades, Bill has used the principles of integrity, accountability, relationship building, business acumen, and philanthropy to lead the Clark team.
Bill began his career at Clark in 1983, and through successive assignments leading the development and delivery of projects across the country, was promoted to executive vice president in 2003.
Bill has provided leadership on numerous high-profile projects, including the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency New Campus East, Brooke Army Medical Center, Capital One Arena, U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, New Terminal at Kansas City International Airport, and Washington State Convention Center Addition.
Bill earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He also completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School.
Bill is on the Corporate Advisory Board of So Others Might Eat and currently serves on the President’s Advisory Board for the Georgia Tech Advisory Board (GTAB). He is also a member of the Construction Industry Round Table, has been elected to the National Academy of Construction, and serves on the steering committee for the Construction Industry Ethics & Compliance Initiative.
Bill is a Glenn L. Martin Medal recipient from the A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland and has been inducted into Georgia Institute of Technology's College of Engineering Academy of Distinguished Engineering Alumni.