bill schmidt fabritec structures

A graduate of Clarkson University with a BS in Mechanical Engineering, Mr. Schmidt has worked in the Construction Management field since 1987 focusing on project management of design-build projects of which eleven years’ experience has been in tensile membrane structures. During Mr. Schmidt’s twenty-eight years in the industry, he has worked for notable companies such as Ciminelli Construction, LeChase Construction, Cannon Design, Birdair, and USA Shade and Fabric Structures.

Mr. Schmidt has been heavily involved in the pursuit of, design, manufacture, and installation of fabric structures including steel fabrication and erection and site management. Some notable projects that he takes pride in are Millennium Dome (UK), London Olympic Stadium (UK), BC Place Stadium (CAN), and Freedom Ring Amphitheater (PH), and SoFi Stadium (US).

In his spare time, Mr. Schmidt enjoys mountain biking, camping, and sailing.

Project experience:

Aspen Music Festival – Aspen, CO
AT&T Global Olympic Village – Atlanta, GA
AutoNation USA – Walnut Creek, FL
AutoNation USA – Coconut Grove, FL
BC Place Stadium – Vancouver, BC
Buffalo Niagara International Airport – Buffalo, NY
Centennial Lakes Amphitheater – Minneapolis, MN
Chicago Beach Resort – Dubai
Coney Island Amphitheater – Brooklyn, NY
Disney Fantasyland Amphitheater – Anaheim, CA
Easton Towne Center – Columbus, OH
Freedom Ring Amphitheater – Manila, Philippines
Hawaii Convention Center – Honolulu, HI
Homestead Amphitheater – Homestead, FL
Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome Plaza – Minneapolis, MN

Kumming Pool – China
Kuwait Scientific Center – Kuwait
Ladies Pavilion – Abu Dhabi, UAE
Miami International Airport – Miami, FL
Millennium Dome – Greenwich, UK
New Orleans International Airport – Kenner, LA
Orlando Tollway – Orlando, FL
Port of Miami Cruise Terminal – Miami, FL
Royal Caribbean Cruise Terminals – Miami, FL
Shanghai Ferry Terminal – Shanghai, China
Sheraton Atlanta – Atlanta, GA
SoFi Stadium – Los Angeles, CA
TCRA Miami Airport Station – Miami, FL
William Younger Center, “Our Dynamic Earth” – Edinburgh, Scotland