With his unique combination of training, experience, and aptitude, it’s unsurprising that Will has few technical equals in the environmental consulting world. He became an environmental consultant in 1985, after studying at MIT and Stanford, and co-founded PGL in 1991 after cutting his chops working in Ontario and BC. As PGL President and a Professional Engineer in five Canadian jurisdictions, he spends half his time on company management and the other half on client work. Will’s role for clients is predominantly as technical/senior review on contaminated sites projects and occasional forays into environmental planning. His breadth of experience and ‘can do’ approach lead to a significant chunk of owner’s engineer and litigation support projects. In person and in writing, Will is very persuasive and strives for clarity. PGL’s core values are his: No passengers. We are all villagers. Just MacGyver it.
When he isn’t working, you’ll find him coaching softball/baseball, on the flying trapeze (yup), cooking, or reading low-rent scifi. He has four kids and they all play ball (though he did not).