Our Guest for the December 24th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show: Jim Knight, Founding Principal, KFM Engineering & Design
Jim Knight, Founding Principal, KFM Engineering & Design
Jim Knight is a recognized leader for his management of diverse teams working on complicated, large-scale, public- and private-sector projects.
He has more than 38 years of experience in land development, master planning, public infrastructure planning and design, and has worked with local, state, and federal jurisdictions and environmental review agencies. His expertise includes master planned communities, mixed-use, office, industrial, multifamily and retail developments, public infrastructure, and institutional master plans.
Jim’s entrepreneurial spirit and vast knowledge of the real estate development and finance process have made him a highly sought-after industry expert.
Our Guest for the December 17th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show: Brett Lamb, Founder & CEO, Construction Discovery Experts
Brett Lamb, Founder & CEO, Construction Discovery Experts
As founder and CEO of Construction Discovery Experts, Brett has had the opportunity to explore almost every aspect of the construction business and the industry’s eDiscovery needs, from both the courtroom and boardroom perspective.
Construction Discovery Experts is an eDiscovery technology and consulting firm that provides concierge-level service to legal counsel focused on the construction industry. The CDE team specializes in all aspects of eDiscovery while maximizing client time and resources. With experts in technology, law, and construction, CDE is a one-stop-shop for construction and law firms seeking to partner with the best eDiscovery firm specific to their industry.
During his time as a partner at Gardere Wynne Sewell (now Foley Lardner) and his later role as General Counsel at ENR’s Top 50 Austin Industries, Brett noticed time and again that the outside eDiscovery vendors missed the mark with poor service, confusing price structures and lack of expertise which led to increased costs and reduced efficiencies.