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Jay McKiever is a member of Winstead’s Construction Practice Group, representing real estate owners, developers, and lenders in a broad range of construction transactions, disputes, and other project matters. Jay’s focus is on drafting and negotiating various types of construction, design, and consulting contracts for a wide array of projects throughout the state of Texas.

Jay has a particular focus on healthcare, commercial, and warehouse/light industrial development sectors of the real estate and construction industries. From procurement and solicitation of proposals to drafting and negotiating design and construction contracts, Jay represents both private and public healthcare systems with their construction needs, providing clients with practical solutions to various legal issues encountered in the design and construction process.

Prior to joining the legal profession, Jay obtained a masters degree in civil engineering and practiced as both a geotechnical engineer and forensic engineer. With advanced engineering degrees and hands-on experience in construction, engineering, and project management, Jay understands the clients’ needs and works to find creative and effective ways to assist in their design, development, and construction efforts. 

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