ACCL Membership Directory

R. Randall Nye

  • 822 Front Street
  • Fort Mill, South Carolina 29708

Education

  • Undergraduate: AB U. of North Carolina - Chapel Hill/1969
  • Law School: UNC-Chapel Hill/1977

Career History

1.         Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Compliance Officer, Sundt Construction, Inc., Tempe, AZ, 2004 – 2014

2.         Partner, Construction Legal Services, San Francisco, CA, 2003 – 2004

3.         VP/Assoc. General Counsel, URS Corp., San Francisco, CA, 2002 – 2003

4.         VP/General Counsel, Kvaerner Engineering & Construction, San Ramon, CA  1998 – 2002

5.         VP/General Counsel, Guy F. Atkinson Construction Co., Inc., CA, 1987 – 1998

6.         Counsel, J.A. Jones Construction Co., Inc., Charlotte, NC, 1981 – 1987

 7.        Associate, Echols & Purser P.C, Charlotte, NC, 1977 – 1981

Professional Activities

1. Associated General Contractors In-House Counsel Committee

2. Construction Industry Ethics and Compliance Initiative (CIECI), Founding Member and Organizer, Member Working Group Committee

 

Associated General Contractors

Representative Articles, Publications, Speeches and Seminars

1.         Myth v. Reality: Can Insurance Be Used to Effectively Manage & Limit A/E Risks?, Construction Superconference, 12/04

2.         Public-Private Partnerships and Major Infrastructure Construction, Construction Superconference, 12/06

3.         The Ties That Bind Us: Public-Private Partnerships, American Bar Association Annual Convention, Section on Public Contract Law, Construction Industries Division 8/07

4.         At The Mediation Conference-Strategies at the Table, American Arbitration Association, Construction Mediation Conference, 9/07

5.         Disturbing Trend: Implications of Imposing Fiduciary Duty on Construction Managers, AGC Surety Bonding & Construction Risk Management Conference, 1/08

6.          Government Contractors: What We Are Up Against and What We Can Do About It, Construction Industries Round Table, 5/08

7.         Development, Implementation and Essential Elements of an Effective Ethics and Compliance Program, Construction Industries Ethics and Compliance Initiative (CIECI), 10/08

8.         Call To Action: The Story Behind the CIECI, Construction Industry Round Table, 5/09

9.         Best Practices: Handling the Multi-Party Construction Case Efficiently, Effectively and Ethically, Arizona State Bar Convention, 6/09

10.       Identification and Mitigation of Construction Risk and Consequences of Failure, Arizona State Bar Convention, 6/09

11.       Deterioration in the Quality of the Federal Contracting Officer and the New Role It Has Allowed the DCAA to Play, Associated General Contractors, 10/10

12.       Where Should Your Ethics and Compliance Officer Fit Into Your Organization?, Construction Industries Ethics and Compliance Initiative,10/10

13.       Construction Project Records Retention Strategies – Implementing Document Management Policies to Mitigate Risks, Reduce Costs and Minimize Discovery Challenges, Stafford Publications Webinar, 3/11

14.       Ethics In Construction – Formation and Purpose of the CIECI, American Institute of Constructors, 5/13

15.       Meeting Your Client’s Expectations and Advice on Business Development, Arizona State Bar, Construction Industries Division, 3/14

Court Admissions

1.              North Carolina State Bar

2.              U.S. District Court Western District of NC

3.              U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

4.              California State Bar

5.              U.S. District Court Eastern District of California

6.              Arizona State Bar



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