Today, Mr. Roy is a specialist in the negotiation and resolution of construction claims and disputes. He is
also an expert witness, mediator, arbitrator and forensic engineering
consultant. His areas of interest are the damages caused by delay, disruption, cost overruns and interference on construction projects..
In 1965 Mr. Roy began work as a Construction Engineer. He quickly began to advance through the various levels of
management in virtually every construction discipline between 1965 and
1973. That year he started to specialize in the area of contract dispute resolution, working primarily with attorneys in all phases of construction
contract disputes. His work includes both public and private projects.
As a result of this experience, he
entered law school in 1977 and graduated in 1981. During law school, he
continued to work in dispute resolution. He has specialized in the area
of contract disputes for the last 40 years. He presently works as a
consultant to both industry and the Bar on matters involving
construction contract dispute resolution. He serves as an expert witness
in all types of litigation related to construction.
He is a mediator and a commercial arbitrator
for the American Arbitration Association. His projects have included
heavy and light industrial plants; chemical and petrochemical plants;
water and sewage treatment plants; underground piping, utilities and
structures; foundations; heavy commercial and institutional buildings and
structures; power plants (nuclear and fossil fuel); bridges; highways;
and, marine facilities.
Graduate Juris Doctor: Tulane Law School,
New Orleans, Louisiana - January 9, 1981.
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering: Tulane
New Orleans, Louisiana - May 30, 1966.
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