We have the depth and extensive experience in all aspects of construction law in representing our clients throughout the various phases of the construction process. We represent general contractors, subcontractors, developers, design/builders, design professionals, lenders, manufacturers, owners, specialty trades, sureties, and suppliers in litigation.
Pre-Construction Phase - Assessing Risk, Project Management, and Controls via negotiation, preparation of construction contracts and other related project documents, and project financing.
Construction Phase – Managing Risk via monitoring the compliance of contractual obligations and reporting regarding the changes to the scope of work, acceleration and/or modifications to schedule; preparation of delay and acceleration claims, design errors and omissions claims, differing and changed conditions claims, mechanics' liens and surety bond claims; and dispute avoidance, mitigation, mediation and resolution.
Post-Construction Phase – Construction Claims Preparation and Defenses to claims analysis, evaluation and preparation of claims regarding defective workmanship, bad faith terminations, acceleration, change orders, damages, disruptions, delays, extra work, loss of productivity, schedule claims, and surety bond claims; and dispute avoidance.
Panelist, American Arbitration Association‘s Panel for Large Complex Construction Disputes since 2008