Human beings build things—the places in which we live, we meet, we learn, we worship, we work, we play. It’s in our nature.
According to the United States Department of Commerce Bureau of Economic Analysis, in the single year of 2013 (the most recent year for which statistics are available) the construction industry employed more than 6 million of our nation’s workers and added nearly 620 billion dollars to our nation’s gross domestic product. But as with any industry, things go wrong in the construction industry. Designs, materials, and workmanship are flawed. Projects are disrupted, accelerated, or delayed. Bills, liens, bonds, and insurance are unpaid.
Unfortunately, when things go wrong in the construction industry, the results can be catastrophic. That is where we can help. We have considerable experience representing owners, architects, engineers, contractors and subcontractors, manufacturers and suppliers, lenders, and investors in resolving public and private land-based and marine-based construction issues, including:
- Bid protests
- Faulty design, material, and workmanship
- Denial of site access
- Differing site conditions
- Disruption, delay, and acceleration
- Improper change orders and cardinal changes
- Improper termination
- Improper accounting
- Breach of contract and warranty
- Theft by contractor
- Bill, lien, and bond collection
- Foreclosure, bankruptcy, and receivership
- Insurance coverage
Having traveled these roads before, we know what to anticipate and what to do. Let our experience work for you to construct a successful outcome.