You’re getting ready to sign a contract and want to make sure it protects your rights.  Maybe you held up your end of an agreement and need to exercise your rights in order to make sure the work gets done properly, or on the flip-side, to make sure you get paid.  Perhaps you’re involved in an administrative proceeding over whether you paid the right wages or properly followed health and safety regulations.

IMG_1446We are proud to be a leading law firm in construction law, representing numerous general contractors, specialty trade contractors (such as electricians and mechanical contractors), subcontractors, trade suppliers, developers, architects, engineers and other companies directly and indirectly involved in the construction industry.

Our extensive experience in construction law includes handling legal issues and disputes arising from projects of all sizes and complexity in both private and public sectors, including: bridge and highway construction, demolition, asbestos abatement, tunneling, development communities, historic renovations, hospitals, hotels, industrial development projects, landfills, large commercial buildings, business office complexes,  manufacturing plants, nursing homes, prisons, residential housing , shopping malls/plazas, sports and entertainment facilities, wastewater treatment plants, and universities, colleges and schools.

Our construction law practice includes:

  • Trials, arbitration and mediation
  • Payment and performance bond claims/suits
  • OSHA administrative proceedings
  • Contract drafting and negotiation
  • Collections and creditor remedies
  • Bid protests
  • Department of Labor actions
  • Equitable adjustment claims
  • Filing and foreclosure of mechanic’s liens
  • Owner-general contractor and general contractor-subcontractor relations
  • Surety relations

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