Brad Williams - Director of Planning & Entitlements

Licensed Professional Landscape Architect (P.L.A.) with Council of Landscape Architects Registration Board (C.L.A.R.B) Certification, Brad has over 26 years of experience in the development and commercial real estate industry with an extensive background in the engineering, planning, design, entitlement, development and construction processes.

Brad began his career employed at Architecture & Engineering and Landscape Architecture firms as a Design Consultant working on single family subdivision development projects, municipal and county park and recreation projects, landscape and master planning projects, as well as numerous commercial real estate development projects for a wide variety of clients.

Choosing to refocus his career from a Design Consultant to a Project Director working directly in the commercial real estate industry, Brad was employed by Zeller Realty Corporation and later by Landmark Properties, Inc., both firms specializing in commercial real estate development and management portfolios. Brad’s responsibilities and experience with each of these firms covered a broad spectrum of commercial real estate projects including medical office buildings, mid-rise office and retail shopping centers covering project scopes ranging from redevelopment of outdated centers to ground up construction of new buildings and site infrastructure, as well as individual tenant build outs within new or existing facilities. His duties and responsibilities included the oversight and management of various design professionals, general contractors and construction trade professionals, and coordination of legal representation for securing project approvals and permitting though governing authorities.

Brad joined Thomas English Retail Real Estate in 2015 as the Director of Planning and Entitlements where he continues to apply his specific knowledge and experience to the benefit of our retail clients ensuring their unique projects are properly guided from initial planning through the entitlement process and smoothly transitioned from concept to construction.