About the Alfred Williams Consultancy, LLC
Alfred Williams Consultancy, LLC (AWC) is a Public Affairs/Community Relations consulting firm dedicated to providing concrete, bottom line benefits to our clients in terms of time, effort and money saved. We help our clients start their projects promptly, run them smoothly and complete them on time and on budget.
AWC was founded by company President Al Williams in 1993 and has since developed a sterling track record on a wide variety of real estate development and public infrastructure projects in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The AWC philosophy is highlighted by an absolute commitment to the success of each client and by our skill at crafting effective, individualized strategies for each project, whether large or small, according to the precise needs and specific nature of the undertaking.
At the heart of AWC's ability to contribute to our clients’ success is Al Williams' unmatched expertise in public affairs and community relations . In addition to his thorough knowledge of the San Francisco Bay Area's many communities and his proven abilities as a communicator and negotiator, Al Williams brings a well-earned reputation for integrity, knowledge, effectiveness and efficiency to every interaction and every assignment. Williams started AWC after a 13-year tenure with international commercial developer Olympia and York, during which he became Vice President and General Manager of the company’s San Francisco office.
While AWC's 15-year history of success features participation in some of San Francisco's largest and most complex projects, we offer the same level of commitment and expertise to projects of all sizes. Successfully completed AWC assignments include:
- The San Francisco Cruise Terminal and Pier
- The Transbay Terminal Design for Development
- San Francisco General Hospital Rebuild Master Plan
- The 300-acre mixed use Mission Bay Project
- Carroll Station, a 350 unit residential/commercial mixed use project
- The Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant Environmental Impact Report>
- The Water System Improvement Program Environmental Impact Report