As a first year lawyer, Roy Atwood had the opportunity to be a member of a trial team that conducted a four month trial over issues stemming from the construction of the South Texas Nuclear Power Plant – a $5.5 billion project. From that point on, construction litigation has always been an area of special interest to him and he has had the privilege of working on numerous construction-related litigation matters over the years. Of course, the goal of any construction project is not to spend years in court, but to successfully complete the project. Atwood Gameros can assist with contract drafting and review and with dispute assessment to help clients either avoid disputes or find the most cost-effective resolution of those that arise. Should successful resolution require arbitration or trial, Atwood Gameros is prepared there as well.

Bridgestone defends against action involving failure of Louisiana Superdome roof during Hurricane Katrina -
represented BFS Diversified Products, LLC in connection with a suit brought by the State of Louisiana and the Louisiana Stadium & Exposition District as a result of the failure of the roof of the Louisiana Superdome during Hurricane Katrina

Vetrotex CertainTeed defends against arbitration brought by electrical contractor -
represented Vetrotex CertainTeed Corporation in an arbitration brought by an electrical contractor

City of Austin challenges cost overruns on nuclear power plant construction -
represented the City of Austin in a suit, which culminated in a four and a half month jury trial, over cost overruns in the construction of the South Texas Nuclear Project power plant

Anatole Partners achieves substantial settlement in action for faulty design and construction of hotel masonry -
represented Anatole Partners, LP, the owner, in claims against design professionals and contractors for faulty design and construction of the hotel's masonry system, resulting in a substantial settlement payment to the owner