Mr. Greenleaf was a founding member of BHGR and now serves as Special Counsel to the Firm. He has over 30 years experience working on construction and energy related matters and now devotes most of his practice to serving resolving disputes either as an arbitrator, mediator, and early neutral evaluator or as a strategic counselor on construction related matters. He has arbitrated over 200 cases through award and has been involved in projects in 42 states and internationally. He has represented clients on both public and private projects for owners, developers, designers, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and sureties. He has been involved at all stages of the process including structuring, drafting, and negotiating complex agreements, advising on implementation, risk assessment, claims, and claims defense through the dispute process. The projects he has worked on include: office buildings, mid-rise high rise structures, power plants, processing plants, water and waste treatment plants, defense projects, cyber security and national defense projects, hospitals, schools, highway construction, bridges, prefabricated structures, steel buildings, fabric structures, dams, golf courses, restaurants, breweries, laboratories, prisons, mining projects, oil field infrastructure, salt water disposal, fracking, pipeline, petrochemical processing and refinery projects, power and treatment plants, solar, hydro, electric generation and cogeneration projects. Mr. Greenleaf’s previous legal and current ADR practice focuses largely on scheduling, critical path analysis and evaluation, changes in work scope and delays and disruptions to the construction process.