Construction typically involves Contractors, sub-contractors, engineers, owners, architects, suppliers, materialmen, financial institutions, and others who must work together to successfully complete a project

A construction lawyer understands the industry from design, bid requirements, finance, & development through implementation and construction as well as government building codes, applicable laws, and green building requirements. A good lawyer will help you minimize disputes by understanding how the contract documents, including general & specific conditions, relate to any prime or subcontracts as well as the project blueprints to help anticipate and to avoid potential construction issues.

Practice Area Focus

  • Contract negotiation and risk allocation
  • Wrongful termination
  • Mechanic’s liens
  • Payment and performance bond claims against a surety
  • Brach of contract claims for construction defects
  • Delay claims, excusable, non-excusable, compensatory, and non-compensatory
  • Governmental contracts claims
  • Differing site conditions, foreseeable and unforeseeable
  • Bid protests and appeals
  • Claims for change order disputes for extra work or completion time
  • Claims for breach of a guaranty or warranty

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