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Gregg Jacobson is a member of the Construction and Procurement group at K&S.  He focuses primarily on the representation of owners, developers and lenders in their global construction projects, including energy projects such as liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities, power plants, petrochemical facilities, and manufacturing facilities.  Gregg’s practice involves a wide variety of commercial contracts including EPC, construction, construction management, professional services, transportation related, procurement and product sale agreements.

Before joining K&S, Gregg practiced construction and commercial litigation, representing large  general contractors and subcontractors in multi-million dollar disputes.  His hard-fought litigation experience provides a useful perspective into the negotiating and drafting of construction contracts on behalf of owners and developers. 

Prior to law school, Gregg had an international opera career, singing tenor roles with Sarasota Opera, Boston Lyric Opera, New Jersey Verismo Opera, Opera Theatre of Lucca, Italy, and many others.

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Credentials

J.D., University of Georgia School of Law, magna cum laude

B.M., Boston University

Court of Appeals of Georgia

Georgia

Georgia Superior Court

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit

U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia

Anti-Defamation League, Glass Leadership Institute, 2017-18

Atlanta Habitat for Humanity Young Professionals Group, President 2018

CHOA Friends Junior Committee

Georgia Bar Association Construction Section

Society of Construction Law

Matters

Gregg has represented owners and developers in a wide range of projects spanning the U.S and the globe, including representing the following clients in their LNG, petrochemical, manufacturing, paper mill and commercial projects:

NextDecade in connection with the drafting and negotiation of the FEED and EPC agreements for its Rio Grande LNG liquefaction facility in Texas, valued at almost $9.6 billion.

WestRock in the drafting and negotiation of engineering, equipment supply and construction contracts related to a $400 million upgrade to its paper mill facility in Florence, South Carolina.

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Gregg has represented owners and developers in a wide range of projects spanning the U.S and the globe, including representing the following clients in their LNG, petrochemical, manufacturing, paper mill and commercial projects:

NextDecade in connection with the drafting and negotiation of the FEED and EPC agreements for its Rio Grande LNG liquefaction facility in Texas, valued at almost $9.6 billion.

WestRock in the drafting and negotiation of engineering, equipment supply and construction contracts related to a $400 million upgrade to its paper mill facility in Florence, South Carolina.

Cheniere Energy in the drafting and negotiation of an EPC agreement for its Corpus Christi LNG liquefaction facility for three LNG trains, valued at $9.5 billion.

Shelton McNally in the negotiation and drafting of construction contracts for a 199-unit multifamily community located near downtown Nashville.

Motiva in connection with the development, drafting and negotiation of engineering and procurement (EP), engineering, procurement, and construction management (EPCM, and construction contracts for a multi-billion dollar petrochemical facility.

A joint venture developer with the drafting and negotiation of a construction contract for a 204-key hotel and two residential towers with approximately 640 units, all of which will be constructed on top of a podium comprising approximately 60,000 square feet of retail space and a below-grade parking facility, in the Washington, D.C. area.

Anadarko in the drafting and negotiation of pre-FEED, FEED and EPC agreements for the development of a multi-billion dollar liquefaction facility in Mozambique.

Midship Pipeline Company in the in the drafting and negotiation of contract amendments related to the development of a 200 mile natural gas pipeline in Oklahoma.

Grupo Gondi in the drafting and negotiation of engineering, equipment supply and construction contracts related to a $300 million containerboard mill in Monterrey, Mexico, which will use the largest container board machine ever installed in Mexico.

Matters

Gregg has represented owners and developers in a wide range of projects spanning the U.S and the globe, including representing the following clients in their LNG, petrochemical, manufacturing, paper mill and commercial projects:

NextDecade in connection with the drafting and negotiation of the FEED and EPC agreements for its Rio Grande LNG liquefaction facility in Texas, valued at almost $9.6 billion.

WestRock in the drafting and negotiation of engineering, equipment supply and construction contracts related to a $400 million upgrade to its paper mill facility in Florence, South Carolina.

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Matters

Gregg has represented owners and developers in a wide range of projects spanning the U.S and the globe, including representing the following clients in their LNG, petrochemical, manufacturing, paper mill and commercial projects:

NextDecade in connection with the drafting and negotiation of the FEED and EPC agreements for its Rio Grande LNG liquefaction facility in Texas, valued at almost $9.6 billion.

WestRock in the drafting and negotiation of engineering, equipment supply and construction contracts related to a $400 million upgrade to its paper mill facility in Florence, South Carolina.

Cheniere Energy in the drafting and negotiation of an EPC agreement for its Corpus Christi LNG liquefaction facility for three LNG trains, valued at $9.5 billion.

Shelton McNally in the negotiation and drafting of construction contracts for a 199-unit multifamily community located near downtown Nashville.

Motiva in connection with the development, drafting and negotiation of engineering and procurement (EP), engineering, procurement, and construction management (EPCM, and construction contracts for a multi-billion dollar petrochemical facility.

A joint venture developer with the drafting and negotiation of a construction contract for a 204-key hotel and two residential towers with approximately 640 units, all of which will be constructed on top of a podium comprising approximately 60,000 square feet of retail space and a below-grade parking facility, in the Washington, D.C. area.

Anadarko in the drafting and negotiation of pre-FEED, FEED and EPC agreements for the development of a multi-billion dollar liquefaction facility in Mozambique.

Midship Pipeline Company in the in the drafting and negotiation of contract amendments related to the development of a 200 mile natural gas pipeline in Oklahoma.

Grupo Gondi in the drafting and negotiation of engineering, equipment supply and construction contracts related to a $300 million containerboard mill in Monterrey, Mexico, which will use the largest container board machine ever installed in Mexico.

Credentials

J.D., University of Georgia School of Law, magna cum laude

B.M., Boston University

Court of Appeals of Georgia

Georgia

Georgia Superior Court

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit

U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia

Anti-Defamation League, Glass Leadership Institute, 2017-18

Atlanta Habitat for Humanity Young Professionals Group, President 2018

CHOA Friends Junior Committee

Georgia Bar Association Construction Section

Society of Construction Law