Andrew Diamond is a Project Consultant for The Rhodes Group and serves as the firm’s Document Control Coordinator, overseeing the management of all project documentation for analysis. He draws on his legal background to assist in the analysis of construction claims. Andrew’s experience includes assisting with the analysis of project issues related to schedule delays and disruptions.

Andrew consults on projects throughout the course of construction. He assists in the analysis of claims on a variety of projects, including federal and university buildings, complex industrial projects, and large-scale infrastructure projects. Andrew is experienced in document management and is skilled in the use various document review software.

Prior to joining The Rhodes Group, Andrew practiced law for more than nine years. His past experience includes several years working as a curative landman and abstractor, where he dealt extensively with issues related to right of way ownership, eminent domain, and title search history.

Andrew earned his Juris Doctor from Duquesne University School of Law and holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science from the University of Pittsburgh.