"By trade, we are home builders... skilled and experienced in all aspects of residential construction, but our real business is team building. We bring your vision to life. We work within your budget. We manage around your schedule and stay true to what's important to your project."
- Ryan Williams
Chris Williams is a Nashville native who graduated from Father Ryan High School and attended Vanderbilt University. Williams is a St. Henry Catholic Church parishioner and has been in the Church's contemporary choir for 25 years.
An avid volunteer, Williams loves giving back to his community. He is the founder of the Charitable Constructors Outreach Program, an organization that gives free construction labor to those in need. Visit
He is also a member of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity Board of Trustees.
Williams has been involved in construction related operations for over 30 years from initial hands on work to becoming a licensed general contractor and home builder. His first addition was all the way back in 1974.
He's completed numerous building projects, started new divisions for other companies and fully managed ongoing construction operations, primarily in the residential sector.
Ryan Williams is Chris' oldest son. Ryan is a graduate from Father Ryan High School and Middle Tennessee State University.
Born and raised in Nashville, TN, Ryan loves the city and everything it has to offer. His daughter, Greenlee, is the 6th generation of the Williams family in Nashville.
Growing up around construction, Ryan, has worked in both the residential and commercial construction industries. As part of the team since 2012, Ryan officially became a partner in 2015. Williamz Constructors has grown every year with Ryan and Chris working together and they hope to make be Nashville's premier residential builder.
Williamz Constructors embodies "family business." Just ask our clients, Phil and Bobby Vincent. Their home was hit by a lighting strike and burned nearly 100% of the house. People's lives, history, and memories are shaken when a fire hits and we understand that. The same happened to these fine folks and luckily we were able to help them pick up the pieces and rebuild.