Scott Reichle is a Partner at PWHD in addition to a Professional Engineer with extensive experience in the engineering and construction fields both as a university professor and a practicing engineer. Scott graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech in 1989 and went to work as a Field Engineer for a large industrial contractor located in Norfolk, Virginia. He worked on numerous projects along the east coast including construction projects at chemical plants, paper mills and manufacturing facilities. Scott obtained a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering with a concentration in environmental engineering from Old Dominion University in 1993. He also worked as a consulting engineer in the environmental engineering field before going to law school. Scott graduated magna cum laude from Loyola School of Law in 1996. While at Loyola, he served as an editor on the Law Review. In addition to being a registered Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia since 1993, Scott was an Assistant Professor at the Batten College of Engineering and Technology at Old Dominion University. He is also a registered patent attorney with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Scott focuses a significant portion of his practice on construction law, environmental law and other areas of practice where the fields of law and engineering intersect. He has extensive experience in federal and state courts and has represented several whistleblowers in Qui Tam matters, including cases involving government contactor fraud.