Pat Rebull is a licensed professional engineer and general contractor with over forty years of diverse national and international design and construction experience. Throughout his career he has been involved in the planning, design and construction management of major site infrastructure development, buildings and airport facilities. He has extensive experience in construction claims analysis, negotiation and resolution of construction disputes; and has provided construction litigation support and expert witness testimony on large and complex cases. Mr. Rebull has been an Adjunct Professor at Florida International University and Instructor at Miami Dade College, and has taught Professional Engineer licensing examination refresher courses to practicing engineers. He has served as an arbitrator on major construction industry disputes and as a member of the Construction Industry Advisory Council of the American Arbitration Association. He has also been an active member over the years serving in a number of local board positions with the Florida Engineering Society, the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Cuban-American Association of Civil Engineers, as well as other professional, community and civic organizations.
After serving as the founding Principal of his own engineering and construction firm for over twenty-five years, Pat retired in 2006 during which he frequently served as an independent consultant to law firms and other industry clients involved in construction litigation. In 2010 Pat accepted a position with Miami Dade College, the largest college in the nation with over 175,000 students, and returned to full-time employment as the Vice Provost of Facilities Management. In this capacity, he is the Chief Officer of Facilities Operations encompassing over 490 acres of College property at eight campuses and outlying facilities with a combined total of over 5 million GSF of buildings, including the Freedom Tower historic building. He is a member of the College's executive management team responsible for the planning, implementation, management, and evaluation of the college-wide physical plant functions in support of the College's strategic plan, vision and mission. His responsibilities include day-to-day management of the Facilities Management Division's 130 staff members involved in the planning, design, construction, and facilities maintenance functions; and the administration of strategic planning, improvement program currently involving over $350 million dollars of new building construction and remodeling/renovation projects.