Albert Bates Jr.
Albert Bates, Jr. is a partner in the Construction Practice Group of Pepper Hamilton LLP, resident in the Pittsburgh office.
Mr. Bates focuses his practice on the resolution of domestic U.S. and international construction claims. He also advises clients on project planning and execution strategies, project management and project controls strategies, and change management on large construction projects. Mr. Bates has significant experience with megaprojects, EPC projects, and alternative project delivery systems, particularly in power generation, infrastructure and heavy industrial process facilities. He has acted as counsel on coal, gas-fired, solar, biomass and hydroelectric power generation projects, tunneling projects, chemical plants, pharmaceutical plants, steel mills, coke and coal by-product plants, mass transit, bridge and highway projects, airports, mixed-use facilities, and sports and entertainment venues.
Mr. Bates regularly serves as an arbitrator and mediator on domestic and international construction, commercial and environmental disputes. He has served as a neutral on more than 150 occasions, including multiple matters in which the amount in controversy exceeded $100 million.
Prior to joining Pepper, Mr. Bates was chairman of the Construction Group at Duane Morris LLP.
- Large, Complex Construction Disputes: The Dynamics of Multi Party Mediation
- Managing the Costs of Exchanging ESI in Construction Arbitration
- The Dynamics of Multi-Party Mediation For Large, Complex Construction Disputes
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