Ben W. Subin is a partner in Holland & Knight's Orlando and Miami offices. He is the Practice Group Leader of the firm's Florida Construction Industry Group and serves as a member of the firm's Directors Committee.
Mr. Subin's practice focuses on domestic and international construction contracting and federal government contracts. He represents contractors, owners and manufacturers on a range of energy, infrastructure and industrial projects, including power generation facilities, seawater desalination facilities, water/wastewater treatment facilities, reservoirs, citrus processing facilities, petrochemical facilities, wind turbine projects, commercial buildings, hotels and hospitals. Mr. Subin's intricate knowledge of the industry and the challenges that can potentially impact project performance, productivity and profitability allow him to deliver comprehensive and results-driven legal strategies for each client. His multidimensional approach is focused on helping clients meet business objectives, anticipate risks and protect their interests while pressing toward the best possible resolution.
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In the energy industry, Mr. Subin has extensively represented engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractors and turbine manufacturers on power plant projects both domestically and abroad.
Mr. Subin routinely represents prime and EPC contractors in a variety of matters related to reservoir, highway, bridge and other infrastructure projects.
Within the industrial sector, Mr. Subin has represented a number clients in matters involving seawater desalination facilities, cement processing facilities, citrus processing facilities and manufacturing plants.
Mr. Subin's experience also includes representation of prime contractors in the development and construction of commercial condominiums, hotels, resorts and mixed-use projects.
Mr. Subin is Florida Bar Board Certified in Construction Law. He was among 54 attorneys in the nation named for two consecutive years as Client Service All-Stars by The BTI Consulting Group, Inc.
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