End of The Year Review 2019


As we come to the end of another outstanding year, I’m honored to have the opportunity to reflect on all that we have accomplished as a company over the past 12 months as well the ability to take an introspective look at what lies ahead for Williams Construction Co. as we move into 2020. In 2019, we made large strides to exceed client expectations and embody our longstanding mission to be...

Congratulations Cole Robertson


We want to congratulate Cole Robertson for completing his OSHA 500. Cole has been a Safety Manager with Williams for 3 years. In his 3 years with Williams, Cole has been a tremendous asset to not just the safety team, but also the Williams team as a whole. On top of his daily safety role, Cole is also working to expand his safety expertise through various continuing education programs. These include...

2019 Annual Golf Tournament


Williams Construction Co. would like to thank our family, friends, clients and partners for another successful golf tournament. On September 13th, Williams Construction Co. hosted our 21st annual Ivan & Adina Williams Memorial Golf Tournament benefiting the Mayes and Rogers County United Way. Together we raised $75,067 for the Rogers and Mayes County United Way. We want to give a very special thank you to Dr. David Ring of Pryor, who...

Welcome Sara Fair


Please welcome Sara Fair to the Williams team. Sara started with us a few months ago in the role of IT Manager. Since her short time with Williams, Sara has not only tackled many computer issues, she has also implemented and streamlined several IT programs to help Williams run more efficiently. Sara has always had a passion for IT and helping others. Her mother has said that even as a young...

Welcome TJ


Williams Construction Co. would like to welcome Assistant Safety Manager Thomas Jones (TJ) to the team. TJ graduated from Northeastern State University with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health and Safety Management. Some of TJ’s specialties include OSHA 30 General Industry, OSHA 30 Construction, and Oklahoma Miner Training. As the safety culture of Williams Construction Co. continues to grow, we are excited to have TJ on board.

Happy 20th Anniversary Josh Farar


We want to congratulate and say thank you to Josh Farar for his 20 years of dedication to Williams Construction Co. Following in his father’s footsteps, Josh started with Williams as an Iron Worker Apprentice. A few years later, he moved-up to an Iron Worker Journeyman, then Iron Worker Foreman, and is now a dedicated Iron Worker General Foreman, where he has served Williams Construction Co. for the past 7 years....

Congratulations Beverly Ogg


We want to congratulate Beverly Ogg on the recent completion of her Accounts Payable Certification. Beverly has been a valuable team member for the past 12 years. Beverly is an invaluable asset to the company and has worn several hats in her time here, including taking on the recent role of managing Accounts Payable. Although Beverly is incredibly proud to be a part of Williams Construction, she’s most proud of her...

33 years with Brent Pearson


After graduating from OU with his Bachelor of Construction Science, Brent worked a short time for FlintCo and then found himself going back to his roots at Williams Construction. He started as a Field Engineer performing project layouts and surveying. Brent now works as our Senior Superintendent on some of our most critical projects. Brent started at OU with the intentions of becoming an architect, but quickly realized after growing up...

Congratulations Carlos Ruiz


Williams Construction Co. would like to congratulate Carlos Ruiz on his recent promotion to Labor Foreman. Carlos started as a laborer in 2001 and worked in and around construction growing up. Carlos and his family moved from California just a few short months ago. In that short time, Carlos has more than proven himself as an exceptional and skilled worker, leader and continually trying to go above and beyond in his...

P66 Forced Main and Lift Station Replacement


The beginning of 2019 marked the completion of an 8-month long capital project for our long-time customer, Phillips 66. This project consisted of 20,697 self-performed man-hours from the William’s team. Before being awarded the project, the Williams team spent 140 hours devising the details of the bid proposal, which consisted of in-depth details of how the project should be completed in order to stay within the desired time frame and meet...