Construction is another area in which we have had extensive experience.
This experience has been gained from not only a legal perspective, but a variety of actual development and construction related work experiences; the diversity of which includes work as a union laborer, field engineer, site superintendent, construction manager/general contractor, home builder, developer, property manager, owner, investor and borrower. This gives us a rich understanding of the roles, responsibilities and inter-relationships of all the various parties directly and indirectly associated with virtually any construction project.
So whether you have a residential, commercial or investment construction project, we can help with most transactional issues. We can either provide representation through the entire process or just assist in the resolution of a specific problem. If an issue ultimately demands litigation, we also provide excellent advocacy.
Our construction legal services typically involve the following:
- Owner representation
- Trade contractor representation
- Builder representation
- Construction management contracts
- Sub-contractor contracts
- Breach of contract matters
- Mechanics liens issues
- Project analysis
- Cash flow analysis
- Zoning and land use issues
- Renewable energy issues
If you have a question, please call or email us. All initial telephone consultations are free and there is no obligation for future services.
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