Scott A. Greer focuses exclusively on construction law and leads the firm’s worldwide construction transactional practice. A partner in the Global Transactions Practice Group as well as a licensed Professional Engineer, he represents owners and developers in a wide range of projects throughout the U.S. and the world, primarily in the oil and gas, LNG, petrochemical, power and mining sectors, with project values generally ranging from $100 million to over $20 billion in value.
Scott has been recognized by numerous organizations as one of the best construction lawyers in the U.S. and the world, and he leads a practice that has been ranked as one of the top three construction practices in the U.S by Legal 500 and one of the top 10 in the world by International Who’s Who of Construction Lawyers.
He has represented clients in over two dozen countries, including the U.S, Latin America, the Middle East, Europe, Africa and Asia, including on numerous “largest-of-its-kind” and “first-of-kind” projects, for a cumulative project value exceeding $300 billion.
Recent examples of projects include liquefied natural gas export and import facilities, natural gas and crude oil pipelines, natural gas storage facilities, power plants, wind farms, compressed air energy storage facilities, offshore oil production facilities, petrochemical facilities, desalination facilities, cement manufacturing facilities, steel manufacturing facilities, copper mining facilities, coal mining facilities, ports, skyscrapers, sports stadiums, universities, mixed-use developments and condominiums.
Scott assists owners and developers throughout the entire project spectrum, commencing at project conception and continuing through punch list completion and beyond, including: selecting the appropriate project delivery system and contractual structure; drafting and negotiating construction-related agreements, such as EPC, design-build, EPCM, construction, construction management, engineering, architectural, program management and development agreements; drafting and negotiating operation and maintenance agreements and LTSAs; and resolving construction-related disputes.
- J.D., Emory University
- M.S. Civil Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- B.S. Architectural Engineering, Oklahoma State University
- Court of Appeals of Georgia
- Supreme Court of Georgia
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
- American Bar Association (ABA Forum on the Construction Industry)
- American Concrete Institute (Subcommittee 318-A of the Standard Building Code Committee and Responsibility in Concrete Construction Committee)
- Atlanta Bar Association (Construction Law Section)
- Houston Bar Association (Construction Law Section; Oil and Gas Section; International Law Section)
- State Bar of Georgia
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