A member of both the Real Estate and Natural Resources departments, Andy Meyers' practice integrates real estate, water resources, mining and construction law, enabling him to provide a comprehensive approach to the acquisition, development, management and disposition of commercial, residential and industrial assets. Andy's broad experience over these related practice areas allows him to serve as a collaborative problem solver and full service advisor providing strategic legal services.
Andy's experience in water rights and water infrastructure transactions and his comprehensive approach to resolving the distinct challenges inherent in this industry makes him uniquely qualified to negotiate and close complex water infrastructure and water rights transactions. Andy has served as counsel for the purchase, sale and joint use of all classes of water rights for municipal and industrial uses. In addition, he has negotiated the development, purchase and construction of several large scale water storage and conveyance facilities.
Andy also serves as counsel and advisor in the negotiation of construction and design contracts with a particular focus on construction defect risk-mitigation strategies including alternative “wrap” and “OCIP” insurance structures. He works with owners and their construction representatives on office and retail projects, multifamily housing and water infrastructure projects ranging in size from $10 million to $200 million.
Andy represents the owners and operators of large residential, commercial, industrial and multi-use projects in the development, conveyance and operation of their real property assets and advises clients on matters related to condominium and other common interest ownership structures. Andy also oversees legal representation for the leasing and operation of multiple commercial and office projects including over 4.4 million square feet of office space.