Chief Executive Officer, Texas Water Supply

Bill has more than 30 years of experience working with the utility and construction sectors. Prior to joining TWS, Bill served as President of the Fly Ash Group within Boral Construction Materials Services, a leading supplier of building products and construction materials throughout the United States. Prior to his role at Boral, Bill had been with Headwaters Incorporated and its predecessors since 1985, most recently serving as President of the Construction Materials division prior to Boral’s acquisition of Headwaters in 2017. Bill lives in Texas and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. degree in Architectural Engineering.

Where the Wells Are

Map of well locations

Replenishing the Water Supply Naturally


Rainfall averages 25-35 inches per year in the Texas Hill Country.


Stream flows from the ecologist and hydrologist-inspected Cibolo Creek, which is protected from development and contamination by water conservation districts.


Fifty square miles of largely undeveloped land with no impervious cover, allows for natural surface recharge.

Our Conservation Ethics

At TWS, our mission is to support the long-term economic growth of the Hill Country by delivering a sustainable supply of water to our customers. The Trinity aquifer is one of the most relied-upon sources for groundwater in the region, and is therefore an integral driver of this growth. TWS aims to be a responsible steward of our water resources in order to ensure sustainability for the long-term.

As such, we are actively committed to developing a long-term water supply plan and promoting lasting environmental health for the Middle Trinity region. Our customers play a vital role in all our efforts, and we look forward to working with you to reduce water waste and fulfill our vision of delivering a sustainable water supply to the Texas Hill Country.

The New Frontier

Texas Water Supply offers long-term solutions for a strong, sustainable water supply. We’re committed to serving the growing water needs and supporting the economic development of the expanding Texas Hill Country communities.