Roger was Executive VP and GC for 32 years for the Dick Corporation and then served as their Executive VP and GM for their Puerto Rico, Hawaii and Guam operations for approximately 4 years. Starting in 2011, Roger has dedicated his career to supporting ADR as a full-time mediator, arbitrator and Dispute Review Board Member.
ACCL Membership Directory
Roger J. Peters
- Mediator, Arbitrator, DRB Member
- Roger J. Peters, Esq., FCIArb/Construction Neutral
- 6 Belleview Blvd #807
- Belleair, Florida 33756
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: (808) 343-5147
- Company Phone: (808) 343-5147
- Undergraduate: B.A. Pennsylvania State University 1971
- Law School: J.D. Duquesne University School of Law 1975
Roger is an experienced mediator, arbitrator and DRB member with more than 40 years of experience in resolving construction and construction defect disputes in the U.S., the Caribbean and the Pacific Rim. He has successfully mediated hundreds of disputes and over the past 20 years he has served on many arbitration panels for the AAA, ICDR and the ICC, including several as Chair. In addition, he has served on more than 30 DRB’s, including a DRB for the Voegtle and Sumner Nuclear Power Plants, the $4.5B renovation of LaGuardia Terminal B, as the sole Dispute Review Advisor for the $6.5B Transbay Transit Center Project in San Francisco and is currently serving on 3 DRB’s for the Department of Design and Construction for the City of New York, including the $2.6B Brooklyn Prison Project.
Representative Articles, Publications, Speeches and Seminars
“The Effective Use of Dispute Boards on Major Construction Projects” for the American Journal of Construction Arbitration & ADR; 2017
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
Roger currently serves as President of a Residential Planned Development which consists of 710 family units, existing in a community that includes the Belleair Country Club that consists of the 2 oldest golf courses in Florida along with the Belleview Inn which was originally built in 1897.
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