Bill is an executive vice president and the global Social Infrastructure and Sports Leader. Trained as an architect, his work focuses on large-scale regeneration projects, major sports events master planning, and sports venue design. Bill works closely with politicians, civic leaders and key stakeholders to leverage the capital investment required to host major sports events and create new venues to help regenerate areas of cities that are socio-economically challenged. He currently leads the AECOM team for the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games Plan. Previously, he led the AECOM team that delivered the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Games and Legacy master plan as well as the design team for the London 2012 Games and Legacy master plan. He also served as an advisor to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government on the Tokyo 2020 Games Plan. He also currently leads the AECOM design team delivering the Intuit Dome, the new home of the LA Clippers. The project has recently broken ground and is planned for completion in 2024. This LEED Platinum project will be net zero carbon from its inception. Other recent projects include the Golden 1 Arena for the Sacramento Kings (the first LEED Platinum sports facility in the world), and a new campus extension for Cambridge University. He holds a Masters of Architecture from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University and is an AECOM Fellow.