Mr. Henry’s practice focuses on a variety of areas of construction law, including arbitration, litigation, contract drafting, project counseling, and dispute resolution. Mr. Henry represents owners, general contractors, and subcontractors in the myriad issues that may arise during a construction project.
Prior to law school, Mr. Henry was a project engineer for a large national general contractor. His responsibilities included the day-to-day field-based operations of multifamily housing developments, pre-construction pricing, bid package assembly, and project due diligence.
Mr. Henry received his J.D. from Washington and Lee University School of Law. During law school he clerked for two nationally recognized construction law firms.
Mr. Henry received his B.S., high honors, in Building Construction from Georgia Institute of Technology. He was also on the Dean’s List and earned his Land Development Certificate.