Construction Law

Our Construction Law attorneys represent property owners, developers, construction managers, general contractors, subcontractors, architects and design-build professionals, engineers, trade contractors, suppliers, and vendors involved in every aspect of construction.

We represent clients in both private and public sector projects, including the following:

  • Commercial and industrial buildings
  • Retail development and buildout
  • Entertainment
  • Hospitality
  • Residential
  • Public improvements (schools, wells, parks, plazas)

We review, draft, and negotiate construction contracts and counsel clients on risk management. Our attorneys have reviewed and drafted countless development agreements, general contracts, subcontracts, right of entry agreements, design professional agreements, and supplier contracts. Our vast experience litigating construction related disputes allows us to bring a unique and practical insight to contract review and drafting that results from years of experience in the construction industry. Our goal is to keep our clients on the job site and out of the courtroom.

Sometimes, litigation is necessary. We have decades of experience resolving disputes that arise on construction projects. The litigation we handle includes breach of contract, construction defects, delays, design errors and omissions, fraud, indemnity claims, mechanics lien claims, bond claims, and Miller Act claims. In addition to representing our construction industry clients in litigation, we also represent their insurance companies. In every instance, we strive to find solutions that makes sense from a business perspective. If the parties cannot resolve the matter amicably, our attorneys have excellent skill and experience trying cases in state and federal courts, as well as in mandatory arbitration and alternative dispute resolution forums.