Moss Construction appoints deputy general counsel

Kim Gessner has more than 13 years of experience in litigation, particularly cases involving commercial construction

Sep.September 24, 2017 03:45 PM

Kim Gessner

Moss Construction Management appointed Kim Gessner as deputy general counsel of the Fort Lauderdale-based company.

Gessner previously was counsel and co-chair of the construction practice group at law firm Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney.

She has more than 13 years of experience in litigation, particularly cases involving commercial construction.

In her new job, Gessner will review, draft and negotiate contract. She also will conduct strategic risk assessments, provide regulatory compliance training to staff, and participate in litigation matters.

Gessner has certification in construction law from the Florida Bar, and serves as a member of the construction law committee of the Broward County Bar Association.

Moss has nine U.S. offices and focuses on managing the construction phase of public-private partnership projects and design-build projects. The company’s projects include construction of Marlins Park, train stations for All Aboard Florida and a 63 megawatt solar array in Arizona. [Daily Business Review] Mike Seemuth


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