Brad C. Parrott

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Bio Summary

Overview

Case History

  • Representing general contractor responsible for the construction of dissolved oxygen injection plants needed during the dredging of the Savannah Harbor.
  • Defending contractor responsible for installation of guardrail against claims of catastrophic personal injury.
  • Representing general contractor relating to the construction of $150M project in Texas.
  • Representing government contractor in multi-million dollar REA and subsequent ASBCA appeal.
  • Defending government contractor against claims under the False Claims Act and claims alleging professional design negligence arising out of a project in the Washington, D.C. area.
  • Representing specialty contractor on claims relating to the construction of the largest road project in Nevada’s history.
  • Defending specialty contractor against claims of delay and impact relating to the construction of college student housing in Arizona.
  • Defending national civil engineering firm against allegations of design errors relating to pavements and related civil designs on a project in Louisiana.
  • Representing a contractor in claims against a delegated designer that involve a breach of the standard of care for a structural engineer. Specifically, the matter involves the failure to properly account for the break out values of a steel column secured to cast in place concrete with a connection plate and epoxied anchors for a crane incorporated into a plant.
  • Representing specialty contractor on multiple claims in South Florida relating to infrastructure projects.
  • Defending design builder of building cladding system against allegations of defects in Tampa, Florida.
  • Defending design builder of a wastewater treatment facility on a federal military base against claims made by a steel fabricator. Matter involves sufficiency of shops drawings, timeliness of shop drawings and delays caused thereby.
  • Defending steel fabricator against claims of delay relating to the design, fabrication and erection of structural steel for the VA Hospital in Decatur, GA. Matter is pending in a federal claims proceeding that will ultimately go to the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals.
  • Represented and defended international structural engineer of a major U.S. sports arena.
  • Represented a major specialty contractor asserting multi-million dollar claims associated with the design and construction of the cooling towers at the VC Summer Nuclear Reactor.
  • Represented a delegated designer on claims relating to structural elements exposed to beach front on South Padre Island, TX
  • Represented a local government in defense of claims of delay and changes brought by a general contractor. HPW prevailed on summary judgment.
  • Represented a general contractor in a multi-million dollar delay claim relating to the construction of a luxury hotel in Charleston, South Carolina. Case involved issues of design deficiency and owner interference. Case on a favorable confidential basis.
  • Represented a building owner against claims from a contractor of wrongful termination and that the contractor was owed lost profits. The case was arbitrated and an award was entered in favor or our client.
  • Represented a design builder wastewater treatment facilities and other water conveyance systems in multiple projects throughout the United States.

Publications

2008 PCI Journal Article
2010 PCI Journal Article
Construction Defect - Litigation Paper

Publications

Education

Mercer University, B.A. with Honors

  • Justice of the Honor Council

Cumberland School of Law of Samford University, J.D.

  • Member of the Moot Court Board
  • Member of the National Moot Court Team
  • Winner of the Donworth Freshman Moot Court Competition
  • Winner of the Janice L. Shores Moot Court Competition

Bar & Court

  • Georgia State Bar
  • Georgia Court of Appeals
  • Supreme Court of Georgia
  • United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia
  • United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia

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Brad C. Parrott

Partner

Disciplines
Construction Law
Government Contracts and Disputes
Professional Liability Defense
Commercial General Liability Defense
Paralegal office:
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Supports:
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Summary Overview

Mr. Parrott represents ENR top 400 contractors, design professionals, owners, developers and specialty contractors throughout the United States. Mr. Parrott serves as national litigation counsel for a number of large companies managing and leading their litigated matters.
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Credentials Overview

Mr. Parrott earned a B.A. from Mercer University and J.D. from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University.

He is admitted to practice in state and federal courts in Georgia.

Mr. Parrott has been a construction Super Lawyer every year since its inception and rated AV®Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell

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Summary Overview

Mr. Parrott represents ENR top 400 contractors, design professionals, owners, developers and specialty contractors throughout the United States. Mr. Parrott serves as national litigation counsel for a number of large companies managing and leading their litigated matters.
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Credentials Overview

Mr. Parrott earned a B.A. from Mercer University and J.D. from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University.

He is admitted to practice in state and federal courts in Georgia.

Mr. Parrott has been a construction Super Lawyer every year since its inception and rated AV®Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell

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Case History Summary

  • Representing the structural engineer of a major sports arena.
  • Representing a major specialty contractor asserting multi-million dollar claims associated with the design and construction of the cooling towers at the VC Summer Nuclear Reactor.
  • Representing a delegated designer on claims relating to structural elements exposed to beach front on South Padre Island, TX.  
  • Representing a contractor in claims against a delegate designer that involve a breach of the standard of care for a structural engineer. Specifically, the matter involves the failure to properly account for the break out values of a steel column secured to cast in place concrete with a connection plate and epoxied anchors for a crane incorporated into a dissolved oxygen injection plant.

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Publications

2008 PCI Journal Article
2010 PCI Journal Article
Construction Defect - Litigation Paper

Presentations

2008 PCI Journal Article
2010 PCI Journal Article
Construction Defect - Litigation Paper
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