University of Baylor Marketing & Finance
Tuck School of Business Executive Program
CEO & President of 3i, Micheal Williams has built a reputation for exceeding customer expectations and providing service with integrity and innovation.
Mr. Williams oversees financial, risk management, business development, administration and all key management staffing selections. He believes with each new customer comes the opportunity to turn a business relationship into a personal friendship, which explains why the majority of 3i's annual business is made up of repeat customers and referrals.
He founded 3i in 2001 as a one-man operation, specializing in drywall and small general contracting services. His first project was a $60,000 tenant improvement contract with a local office building. 3i's list of clients today includes such entities as Dallas and Houston Independent School Districts, Wal-Mart, DFW Airport, Dallas County Community College District, Texas Department of Transportation and Harris County.
Providing on-time and in-budget service is 3i’s philosophy. His personal commitment to the company’s philosophy has firmly established 3i's reputation for high standards and led to its expansion into the retail, commercial, civil, religious and healthcare markets. A true commitment to integrity, innovation and information is the reason why 3i was chosen as the winner of several Minority “Best” Business Awards.
Micheal is a former Chairman of the Dallas Chapter of NBA Retired Players Association, Baylor University Letterman’s and Business School Advisory Boards, Regional Black Contractors Association Board to name a few. He established the Mike Williams Assist for Life Foundation that focuses on inner city youth in education and exposes them to things outside of their communities. He was also named one of Dallas’ Top Business Leaders by the Dallas Business Journal.
Prior to founding 3i, Micheal played 11 Years in the NBA and won a Championship with the 1989 Detroit Pistons. He also holds the NBA Record for most consecutive Free-Throws of “97”. While playing in the NBA, Micheal worked in the construction industry to prepare his future after basketball.