KEVIN J. TAYLOR (email@example.com) received his Juris Doctorate
from the University of Miami School of Law, and his Bachelor of
Science in Construction Management from Florida International
University. Fort Lauderdale Construction Attorney, Mr. Taylor entered
the legal field after a span of 20 years in the construction industry.
During that period Mr. Taylor was a carpenter, a superintendent, a
subcontractor, an estimator and a project manager for various
organizations. He has been a Certified Building Contractor since 1983
and for several years had his own contracting firm.
As a lawyer Mr. Taylor has been associated with several top
construction law firms, including Ferencik, Libanoff, Brandt,
Bustamante and Williams, P.A. and Leiby, Taylor Stearns, Linkhorst and
Roberts, P.A. where he was a partner.
South Florida Chapter of the Associated General Contractors –
General Counsel 2003-2005
Associated General Contractors of America -Contract Documents
Construction Association of South Florida – Member
Broward County Bar Association Construction Law Committee
– Vice-Chair 2002 – 2004
American Bar Association – Sections on Litigation; Alternate Dispute
Resolution; and the Forum on the Construction Industry
Mr. Taylor was selected to as one of the founding members of the
Florida International University Construction Industry Advisory
Counsel and served on that committee for several years.
Florida International University’s Construction Management Program –
Adjunct Professor teaching construction law and
construction estimating courses at both the Undergraduate and Graduate level
Frequent seminar speaker and continuing education instructor having
given seminars to local and national gatherings of: The Associated
General Contractors, The Associated Builders and Contractors, South
Florida Air Conditioning Contractor’s Association and numerous
private continuing education providers.
Kevin J. Taylor, P.A. and Kevin Taylor are approved Continuing
Education Providers for the Construction Industry Licensing Board
Mr. Taylor was selected as one of two instructors in The Associated
General Contractor’s Superintendent Training Program, lecturing on
construction supervision and management at the field level. His
articles on construction law have been published in numerous trade