In 1984 Bill Attended Waldorf College and majored in Pre-Engineering. After graduating from Waldorf, Bill attended Iowa State University and majored in Agricultural Engineering, Structures, and Environment Division. After receiving his engineering degree Bill was hired full time as Project Engineer for Sukup Manufacturing Company.
In 1990 Bill returned to Iowa State University as a graduate student in Agricultural Engineering with a Livestock Environment emphasis. In 1991 Bill was employed full time as Project Engineer for MidWest Plan Service (MWPS), and continued as a Part-time graduate student in Agricultural Engineering.
After receiving his Masters Degree in 1994, Bill was hired as a Project Engineer by Iowa State University Agriculture & Home Economics Experiment Station. In 1996 Bill returned to Midwest Plan Service as a full time as Project Manager.
Currently, Bill is employed full time as Project Manager with Curry-Wille & Associates. His many responsibilities include consultation, planning, and design on: commercial and private livestock facilities; agricultural research facilities; fertilizer and pesticide containment; manure and waste management facilities; and grain, seed, and processing facilities. Services include design and specifications for complete general work and mechanical and electrical systems for previously mentioned facilities, and residential and commercial failure investigations.