Bob Lipscomb has been named chief executive officer and Taylor Huddleston promoted to president at Williams Company in Orlando.
Having previously served as president, Lipscomb began his career with Williams Company in 1988. He is a licensed general contractor in five states including Florida, and he holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida’s School of Building Construction. Responsible for corporate performance and preserving a culture of vision, values and community partnerships, he is a past member of the City of Orlando’s Municipal Planning Board, an Executive Committee member of the American Diabetes Association Tour de Cure, a fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House and Susan G. Komen, and more.
Huddleston, a 23-year construction veteran, joined Williams Company in 2000 and previously served as executive vice-president. As president, he now has overall responsibility for day-to-day operations. His duties include administrative, personnel and safety management, quality and cost control, preconstruction, bidding, code review, project negotiations, and more. Huddleston holds a Bachelor of Science in building construction from the University of Florida.