Bill works closely with the end-user, consulting, and contracting communities to specify and apply Accuspec's products over a wide array of facility types. Bill is well known and highly regarded in these communities, and is often viewed by his clients as a trusted advisor.
Prior to joining Accuspec, Bill had an excellent systems related background both on the end-user and provider sides of the business. Bill started his career in a project management role for a large building materials manufacturer, overseeing projects to improve quality, efficiency and safety within the various plants. Bill eventually moved on to a notable pharmaceutical manufacturer and was responsible for the construction of a major sterile-filling facility.
Shifting to the provider side, Bill then spent ten years as a national sale manager for Tek-Air, a manufacturer of critical airflow measurement and control products that Accuspec represents. Bill worked hard and did well at growing and supporting a national network of representatives. From there, Bill moved on to Andover Controls, providing direct digital control systems and facility automation systems significant clients in the pharmaceutical market. When Bill left Andover to join Accuspec, he was the branch manager of a $35 million business unit.
Bill holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Rutgers University, and is currently an active member of the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE).