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Akerman LLP
8100 BOONE BOULEVARD
VIENNA, VA 22181
Tysons Corner
United States

Work Department

Construction

Position

Jeffrey G. Gilmore is Chair of Akerman’s Construction Practice. His practice emphasizes domestic and international construction law involving a broad range of public and private matters, including EPC/design-build projects, healthcare, multifamily housing, power generation, petrochemical, and infrastructure projects (transportation, water, and public safety).

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Real estate > Construction (including construction litigation)

Akerman LLP‘s construction group is led by the experienced Jeffrey Gilmore, who divides his time between the firm’s Tysons Corner and Washington DC offices. Especially skilled in contentious disputes, Gilmore is representing Rizzani de Eccher, the prime contractor on the $2bn construction of the Al Udeid Airbase in Qatar, in claims brought by US federal agencies and the armed forces. Gilmore also successfully obtained a favorable ruling for the Denver Federal Center in disputes arising from the design-build contract for the Recovery Tier III Data Center in Colorado. On the transactional side, Fort Lauderdale-based Stacy Bercun Bohm and Leslie Miller Tomczak advised the Faena Group on the $700m development of the Faena District in Miami Beach, which includes a $250m hotel construction as well as an $80m arts center. In addition, the duo assist Fort Capital Management as owners and developers of Surf Club and the Four Seasons Hotel in Surfside, Miami Beach. Washington DC-based Owen Shean is also assisting with this $500m project. Neisen Kasdin, who is based in Miami, is also noted.