Where there's Will(iams Brothers), there's a (high)way. Major road and heavy civil contractor Williams Brothers Construction operates mainly in Texas' Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, and lower Rio Grande Valley areas, but also has completed projects in other states. The company specializes in high-tech bridge building and projects have included the reconstruction of the Queen Isabella Causeway in Port Isabel, Texas and the cable-stayed Fred Hartman Bridge in Baytown, Texas. Williams Brothers also provides earthmoving, paving, utility, concrete, asphalt, and quality control services. The firm's principal client is the Texas Department of Transportation, which accounts for about 95% of its business.
In order to perform its work and services is projects Williams Brothers owns and operates several facilities including three precast concrete plants and four plants that produce paving materials such as hot mix
Chairman and CEO Doug Pitcock, who co-founded the company with brothers Claude and John Williams in 1955, is the company's majority shareholder. However, Williams Brothers has been in the process of converting to an employee-owned corporation. – less