Wade Williams began his professional career with Clark Nexsen in 2001. His experience encompasses mechanical building systems design, facility condition assessments, commissioning and retro-commissioning for federal, state, healthcare, and higher education projects. He leads the Macon office’s mechanical department, working closely with clients and project teams to ensure the highest level of performance and sustainability during all project phases. Representative clients include the University of Georgia, Athens, the Birmingham VA Medical Center in Birmingham, Alabama, the USDA, and NASA’s George C. Marshal Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
Engineering runs in Wade’s family. His father was a mechanical contractor and Wade’s lifelong interest in engineering motivates him to discover and develop innovations and efficiencies within HVAC design and construction. He is a licensed mechanical engineer in four states, a LEED AP with a specialty in building design and construction, an ASHRAE certified healthcare facility design professional (HFDP), and is certified by NEBB in building systems commissioning (BCS) and retro-commissioning (RCx). Wade has nearly 20 years of experience and holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering with a specialization in mechanical engineering from Mercer University.