Timothy B. Froessel, an attorney in Holland & Knight's Construction Industry Practice Group, has more than 20 years' experience representing public and private owners, construction managers and general contractors in a wide variety of matters. Mr. Froessel's practice involves every aspect of construction, including negotiation of construction agreements, advice during project administration, claim development and response, mechanic's liens, insurance issues and representing clients in all forms of dispute resolution.
Mr. Froessel has comprehensive experience in public construction in New York state. He has represented numerous New York state public authorities, public universities and municipalities in a wide range of matters. Mr. Froessel is well versed in public procurement laws and policies, bid protest proceedings, the Wicks Law and exemptions thereto, and public improvement liens. He has been involved in various types of public works projects, including educational facilities, public transportation, waste water treatment facilities and bridge/highway construction. He has litigated and resolved complex claims on public projects involving as many as 13 separate prime contractors, and has been involved in the first public design-build project in New York state.
Mr. Froessel has experience in a broad range of construction industry sectors, including education, infrastructure and utility, transportation and highway, commercial, and residential and mixed use.
In the area of dispute resolution, Mr. Froessel has a track record of obtaining favorable results for clients in federal and state courts, as well as in arbitration, mediation and public agency internal dispute resolution proceedings. Published decisions in Mr. Froessel's litigated matters are listed below.
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