We've worked on a variety of projects.


Corrosion investigation services offered by J&W include, but are not limited to:

  • Electrical Utility Plant Piping Protective Coatings
  • Municipal Water Plant TCEQ Tank Inspections
  • Ground Storage Tank Coatings and Rehabilitations
  • Elevated Storage Tank Coatings and Rehabilitations
  • Lift Station Piping and Wet Well Coatings
  • Wastewater Treatment Plant Protective Coating Applications
  • Masonry and Concrete Block Coating Applications
  • Miscellaneous Concrete Protective Coatings
  • Lead Abatement Recoating Projects
Our protective coating professional engineering services include creating contract plans, specifications, and documents specific to the project's needs. Our professional staff will evaluate the project and provide protective coating recommendations and options based on the client's needs, safety, economics, and life expectancy of the project.

Over 90% of protective coating failures are caused from improper application. Field project representation and protective coating evaluations offer a way to ensure that the protective coating's highest life expectancy is achieved. J&W's well qualified inspectors hold NACE International Coating Inspector Program (CIP) certifications. During the protective coating application process our CIP certified inspectors will ensure that material surfaces are properly prepared for coating applications, that the protective coating specifications are followed, and that each layer of the protective coating is properly applied.

J&W also offers corrosion investigation services for existing equipment and structures, which can be used to create capital improvement projects for corrosion maintenance. Our professional staff will evaluate the coating's performance, quantify structural damage, review OSHA standards and EPA health requirements, and evaluate the need for protective coatings and linings.



William J. Wight has over 15 years of construction experience in both public and private sectors. Before attending college at Texas A&M University, Mr. Wight served in the active military for five (5) years as a second-class petty officer in the Naval Mobil Construction Battalion. During his time in the military he managed the materials, tools, equipment, and labor for many large-scale construction projects, including a new training facility for the Navy S.E.A.L.s, a new dive locker in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and airfield operations center and terminal rehabilitation project for the Dominican Republic; saving the Navy over $1,000,000 in cost. Mr. Wight also effectively managed a comprehensive Safety Program designed to comply with OSHA standards, resulting in no job related mishaps.



Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

Texas A&M University – 2008


Engineering-in-Training – Texas No. 40859


American Society of Civil Engineers

Chi Epsilon – National Civil Engineering Honor Society



Mr. Wight has supervised the preparation of civil construction drawings and specifications, including coordination of project requirements with clients and government officials for all necessary approvals. He has successfully completed project design and construction management for municipal water distribution systems, wastewater collection systems, street paving and drainage projects, educational land development projects and residential land development projects. Mr. Wight has successful experience in dealing with various state and federal regulatory agencies.