William R. (Bill) Brudnick has 28 years with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). He started his career with TxDOT in 1986, as an Engineering Assistant in Austin at the Highway Design Division where he reviewed project plans across the state. In 1987, he moved back home to Houston and worked in various offices throughout the Houston District including the Fort Bend Area Office, District Design Support, District Construction, Central Design and in the private sector.
In 1996 he was appointed as one of the Central Design supervisors. In 2002, Bill became the assistant to the Director of District Design. He was appointed as Director of District Design in 2010. He moved into his present position as Houston District Director of Transportation, Planning and Development in July 2014. In this position, Bill oversees the largest district planning and design program in Texas. He also supervises four major sections: Programs, Project Development, Advance Transportation Planning and Design.
Bill received his degree in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M in 1986. He and his wife, Angela, have three children-- two sons, Tyler and Josh, and one daughter, Abby.