Williams innovating with community partners to solve national trade labor shortage

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The trade labor workforce is in rapid decline and the construction industry is feeling the effects across the nation in the form of skyrocketing wages and a limited project capacity based on workforce. Licensed professionals like plumbers, electricians, and heavy equipment operators are in high demand, especially those young enough to replace a retiring workforce. more »

Williams Mechanical project, the Norm Asbjornson Engineering Hall on the Montana State Campus, receives national recognition as LEED ‘Platinum’ building

Williams Plumbing & Heating was awarded the mechanical contract on the $53 million Norm Asbjornson (NAB) Engineering hall, which broke ground back in September 2016. After two years of construction, the innovative facility is set to open to the public next month. The 110,000-square-foot building is not only architecturally beautiful but is also one of more »

Williams awarded Civil Construction contract on new $93 Million Bozeman High School

Williams Civil Construction, of Bozeman, was awarded the Civil Construction contract on the new Westside Bozeman high school. The $93 Million-dollar bond was approved by Bozeman voters in May 2017. Construction is set to begin next month, and the school will open in the Fall of 2020. The 57-acre property borders Durston Road, Flanders Mill more »

Williams Companies competes with marketing giants Geico, Taco Bell, in national marketing contest

Williams Plumbing & Heating was recently recognized for their creativity in marketing for a “Scary Movie” TV commercial that explores the darker side of owning a new home. New homeowners Dave and Ally quickly discover the panic and fear associated with bad plumbing. Williams was awarded the Williams E. B. Craney award for best commercial. more »

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