Bill McGahan concentrates in construction law. He has worked in the construction industry since 1979. Starting in the construction trade, and later as a construction engineer, Mr. McGahan worked on a diverse array of private and public works projects that included design and construction of process plants, oil and natural gas refining facilities, municipal water and waste water treatment facilities, infrastructure improvements, private and government office buildings, correctional facilities, private and public hospitals, airport and rail transit facilities, and major league sports venues. Mr. McGahan has an extensive background in the development, implementation, and progression of critical path method scheduling for construction.
Since 1993, as an attorney, Mr. McGahan has advised contractors, subcontractors and others in the construction industry regarding private and public works construction projects. He has represented contractors, subcontractors and other construction professionals on competitively bid public work projects, private and public design build contracts, and the prosecution and defense of contract claims involving added work scope, disruption, delay and acceleration.
Mr. McGahan has represented contractors, subcontractors, design professionals and others in the construction industry in state and federal courts, and administrative bodies including OSHA and the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board. Mr. McGahan was the general counsel for a major public works contractor for eleven years prior to joining McInerney & Dillon.