James Keil

James Keil

James Keil

Email Address jimkeil@maine.rr.com

Website http://www.adaptiveconsulting.org

Position or Title Principal

Professional Biography As a senior construction manager, I began my mediation experience by providing neutral services for Maine courts on construction disputes.As Director of General Services for the State of Maine, I facilitated a number of highly complex environmental issues associated with my overall construction responsibilities. I have been on American Arbitration Association's commercial panel, construction mediation panel since 1990, a member of CPR's Construction Panel since 2003, and a member of ECR's Transportation Specialist Panel since its inception. Since my organization was charged with responsibility for procurement of all goods and services for the entire state, including contracts for design and construction of all public improvements, as well as development of the statewide budget for capitol improvements and maintenance, we were directly involved in environmental enforcement and permitting, facility siting, floodplain & hazardous waste issues, Native American issues, and public lands issues on a number of significant projects.  (During my tenure, we averaged 450 public improvements projects per year).  There were six prison facilities among these hundreds of projects that involved major and very complex environmental issues.  Each required a great deal of coordination, including the convening of public hearings, often relating to specific environmental compliance issues, or rule-making under the Administrative Procedures Act.Since 1995, I have been working as a

Address Line 1 13306 Scrub Jay Court

City Port Charlotte

State Florida

Zip 33953

Phone 941 889-6934

Small Business Yes

GSA Schedule Provider No

Federal Employee No

Native Dispute Resolution Network No

Total Cases Last 10 Years 10

ECR Services Provided

Mediation/Assisted Negotiation(NYC) Rte 9A Redevelopment Lower Manhattan2005
Facilitation of Collaboration or Conflict Resolution EffortDune Regulation - Wells Beach2002
Regulatory NegotiationsMaine Board of Pesticides Control RegNeg1999

Case Experience by Subject Matter

Transportation and Urban Infrastructure General(NYC) Rte 9A Redevelopment Lower Manhattan2005
Transportation Planning/Program ImplementationTransportation Project Public Outreach2004
Archeological and/or Historic Preservation(San Juan, PR) Tren Urbano Partnering2001
Cross-cultural Issues(San Juan, PR) Tren Urbano Partnering2001

Type of Public Decision

Siting and ConstructionDune Regulation - Wells Beach2002
RulemakingMaine Board of Pesticides Control RegNeg1999

Case Size

Cases involving more than 3 but less than 15 participants2nd Avenue (NYC)Subway Project2005
Cases involving 15 to 60 participants(NYC) Rte 9A Redevelopment Lower Manhattan2005
Cases involving u00a03 or fewer participantsNeighborhood Meetings2001
Cases involving more than 60 participants(San Juan, PR) Tren Urbano Partnering2001

Case Jurisdiction/Scale

National or regionally significant cases(NYC) Rte 9A Redevelopment Lower Manhattan2005
Intergovernmental(NYC) Rte 9A Redevelopment Lower Manhattan2005
StateTransportation Project Public Outreach2004
InteragencyDune Regulation - Wells Beach2002
Local/communityNeighborhood Meetings2001
Tribal governmentIP XL Project - Paper Mill Effluent2000

Process Support Services

Meeting Support
Support ServiceCaseYear
Engagement of technical experts/third party science advisorsIP XL Project - Paper Mill Effluent2000
Experience in a team of multiple ECR ProfessionalsFSU - FL DEP Partnering

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