William K. “Bill” Andrews Welcomed as New Fellow of the American College of Construction Lawyers for 2013

William K. “Bill” Andrews Welcomed as New Fellow of the American College of Construction Lawyers for 2013

HOUSTON, TX — Andrews Myers, P.C. Shareholder Bill Andrews has been nominated and approved to fellowship in the American College of Construction Lawyers, an invitation-only association of construction law attorneys, professors and judges working within a collegial forum to identify and contribute to the solution of major construction industry legal problems. Mr. Andrews is one of only two attorneys in Houston to hold this prestigious title.  The College has a limited membership of less than 200 Fellows worldwide.

“Your nomination by one of the Fellows, the seconding by several additional Fellows, the review by the Membership Committee and the approval by the Board of Governors of the College is a testament to your talent, professionalism and many achievements as a lawyer and an individual,” stated Alan E. Harris, President of the College.

A founding member of the firm, Mr. Andrews has practiced as a Houston construction attorney for over 30 years, focusing on construction-related claims, lawsuits, mediations and arbitrations. His clients include private owners, contractors, suppliers, public entities and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firms on projects covering the chemical, industrial, commercial, transportation, infrastructure and energy industries.   Since 1988, he has been a member of the American Arbitration Association’s National Panel of Construction Arbitrators. Mr. Andrews also serves as Chair of the State Bar of Texas, Construction Law Section and has been recognized since 2004 as one of the leading construction litigators in Texas by Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.

Formal induction into the College will take place at the 2013 Annual Meeting in Coral Gables, Florida on February 22-24, 2013

To learn more about Bill Andrews and Andrews Myers, P.C., please visit www.andrewsmyers.com. To learn more about the American College of Construction Lawyers, please visit www.accl.org.

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