Mesa is pleased to share the much-deserved promotion of Bill Goans to Associate Vice President of Power Delivery Substation (PDS). Bill’s capabilities are well known within Mesa, and by the clients he has served; we are blessed to have him on our team.
Bill started at Mesa in January of 2000 as an entry-level engineer to support substation design for a new client. Within a year or so, he continued his progression while supporting several co-ops and distributors as well as supporting many large electric utility clients over the next 15 years. During his tenure in substation design, Bill developed processes for grounding studies and other physical tasks while supporting PDS as a grounding SME. Bill continued to move up through the ranks and accepted several opportunities to lead projects.
After being promoted to the program manager of a large utility, he was able to grow that client over several years with the support of an exceptional team of associates. Bill was promoted to Director in 2018 and was able to get in on the ground floor of building the relationship with another large utility. When asked to summarize his most treasured experiences at Mesa, Bill immediately said, “The relationships I have built or strengthened, both internal and external to Mesa during my time here.”
Bill will serve as a leader in developing programs to serve Mesa’s growing customer base and holds a key leadership position on our Substation Future Marketplace and Technologies Strategy Team.
About Mesa Associates, Inc.
Mesa is a woman/minority-owned full-service multi-discipline engineering, procurement, and construction management firm specializing in providing engineering services for the commercial, government, industrial, municipal, and electric utility industry. Mesa is currently providing over $180M of engineering services to 13 of the top 15 utilities across the United States. Our growth is a result of delivering quality projects and value to our clients with unparalleled customer service. We differentiate ourselves by saying we are Large Enough to Perform, Small Enough to Care