Bill Peduzzi, P.E.
“Modern airports are the closest thing we have to time machines, by connecting our world through the movement of people and goods. We have a great responsibility to continue to innovate so that even more of the world has access to the benefits of safe and efficient commercial airline travel.”
Equipped with a proven career working at airports of all sizes and a lifelong love of everything aviation and aerospace, Bill leads the strategy to continue expanding our aviation practice. He focuses on project delivery, operations and business development for our growing list of airport, airfield and related consulting services.
Bill’s nearly 30 years of experience includes major infrastructure improvement projects at many large international and general aviation airports. He led the pursuit, capture and establishment of two multi-billion dollar airport programs: the Program Management Office (PMO) for the $5.6 billion Capacity Enhancement Program at Philadelphia International Airport, and the Construction Management program for the $6.1 billion ATLNext program at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world’s busiest. In both cases, Bill’s collaborative acumen eventually led him to serve as the joint venture board chair.
Passionate about advocating for the continued investment in aviation safety and operation improvements, Bill provides support and leadership to the quadrennial American Society of Civil Engineering Infrastructure Report Card Rating for Airports in Pennsylvania. He is also a longtime member of various technical committees with the Airports Consultants Council.