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With an in-house background in the renewable sector, Andrew supports clients’ transactional needs in the development and construction of renewable energy and commercial construction projects.

Andrew came to the practice of law with a strong interest in the business world and a goal of working in-house where he could partner with both legal and business teams. Early in his career, he accepted an in-house role with an EPC contractor focused on construction in the renewable energy sector as well as industrial manufacturing facilities. Andrew quickly discovered a passion for the renewable industry: it was truly exciting to be on the cutting edge of the energy of the future, and he loved the positive nature and tangible results of his work.

In a succession of in-house roles with EPC contractors, Andrew gained experience with multimillion dollar EPC agreements as well as other engineering, construction, and equipment supply contracts. He worked frequently with wind, solar, and energy storage projects throughout the construction process before joining Husch Blackwell for broader opportunities to support clients at other stages of project development, such as developers, owners, lenders, and investors. Andrew supports both utility-scale and small-scale wind, solar, battery storage, hydrogen, biogas, carbon capture, and other commercial construction projects all the way from financing to siting and permitting to construction and sale.

Andrew's experience encompasses the drafting and negotiation of major project contracts, including representing both owners and contractors in EPCs, BOPs, and other major construction contracts, as well as equipment procurement, O&M, and long-term service agreements.

After beginning his career in-house, Andrew is prepared to serve clients as a true teammate who’s personally invested in their projects. He readily understands the business landscape, the complexity of business needs and goals, and the challenges of working with a variety of internal stakeholders. He aims to provide clients with the same quality of support he offered as an in-house team member.




  • J.D., University of Georgia School of Law
  • B.S., College of Charleston, Honors College


  • North Carolina
  • Colorado


  • Spanish, proficient
  • French, conversational
*Andrew works remotely and is licensed in North Carolina and Colorado. Contact Andrew via e-mail or telephone for in person/virtual meetings.
2023 Pro Bono Champion
  • Supported contracting needs for utility scale renewable energy projects, including solar, wind, and battery storage.
  • As in-house counsel, supported $1.5 billion operation throughout North America of large-scale renewable energy projects as well as other complex production facilities in sectors such as power, chemicals, paper, and water.
  • Drafted, reviewed, and negotiated various kinds of agreements, including multimillion dollar EPCs, engineering, construction, and equipment supply contracts for contractors and subcontractors.
  • As in-house counsel, advised project operation teams to address issues as they arose on-site during project construction.
  • As in-house counsel, reviewed affirmative and defensive claims validity and supported business objectives by negotiating favorable settlements.
Case Studies
Helping Minority- and Veteran-Owned Business Secure a Game-Changing Contract

Through the Communities for Change initiative, our attorneys helped a clean energy design/build firm negotiate and secure a multimillion-dollar contract.

Outside the Office

Andrew is a huge sports fan who plays both tennis and basketball and who names his favorite teams as the Charlotte Hornets and the Carolina Panthers. He also enjoys working out and has recently taken up bachata and salsa dancing.

With a passion for foreign languages, Andrew is proficient in Spanish and conversational in French. He is currently working on learning Portuguese so that he can communicate in the local language during future travel to Brazil.