Construction law attorneys at Stafford Rosenbaum LLP understand the complexities of working in the built environment and what it takes to serve their clients effectively, which is why our business and construction clients call on us when they need a timely, trusted, and team-oriented approach to their projects.

Reliable, Prompt, Skilled

From negotiating contracts to litigating construction defect cases and advising on public bidding issues to addressing insurance coverage questions, Stafford Rosenbaum’s construction lawyers are here to advise and assist clients in the built environment with a variety of legal issues. Our attorneys serve clients through their extensive experience with the construction industry, client-centered attention, and, if necessary, aggressive case approach. Our attorneys have a plethora of field experts with recognized regulatory, business, and litigation experience at the ready to help our clients through even the most complex construction circumstances.

Our Clients

  • Project owners
  • Utilities and government agencies
  • General contractors
  • Subcontractors
  • Architects
  • Engineers
  • Manufacturers
  • Material and equipment suppliers

Areas of Expertise

  • Business and financing matters
  • Contract and agreement negotiations, drafting, and analysis
  • Bankruptcy, foreclosure, receivership, recovery, and liquidation
  • Credit management and enforcement
  • Construction litigation, appeals, arbitration, and mediation
  • Design and construction defect issues
  • Construction delays and disruptions
  • Differing site conditions
  • Claims management, analysis, and avoidance
  • Warranty claims
  • Risk transfer and insurance requirements
  • Set-Aside Program compliance
  • “Sick building” claims
  • Surety law for construction projects, including mechanics’ liens and attested accounts
  • Third-party claims
  • Environment and land use law
  • Zoning and permitting
  • Easements
  • Title and survey matters
  • Public utility and energy law
  • Renewable energy (wind and solar)
  • Municipal and administrative matters
  • Competitive bidding disputes
  • Employment and labor law
  • OSHA, MSHA and other workplace safety issues

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