Construction problems need resolution, not lengthy litigation.
Negotiating contracts requires substantial knowledge of the subject, reasonable expectations and prompt resolution. Our representation of owners, public and private, general contractors, subcontractors, design professionals and suppliers gives us a nuanced understanding of the allocations of risk, responsibilities and coordination.
Our contract review and preparation includes:
- Guaranteed Maximum Price Contract
- Construction Manager at Risk
- Design Professionals and Consultants
Construction disputes involve competing claims, but resolution demands a team of experienced and committed lawyers working with the best experts and resources to respond to claims of:
- Breach of Contract
- Breach of Warranty
- Changed conditions
- Change orders
Whether the claim will be resolved in mediation, arbitration or litigation, the key is knowledge and preparation.
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