Construction LawThe legal team at Stevens & Company strive to provide respectful and trustworthy assistance to our construction clients. Building involves a great deal of risk and a large number of rules and regulations. Furthermore, builders must work with a variety of people in the process and it is essential they maintain effective methods of dispute resolution for their own protection.
Construction law, by definition, is the regulation of the rights and obligations of parties over different phases of a construction project. Our lawyers can negotiate and prepare project documentation. This encompasses a wide range of contracts and subcontracts, as well as tendering documents.
Thereafter, disputes can arise during or after a construction project. For example, there may be costs associated with a delay or add-ons in construction or quality concerns. Fortunately, we can help resolve these issues through mediation or arbitration. We can also take care of a lien process to secure unpaid work.
In addition, legal assistance may be required to negotiate and document the finances of a construction project. Or perhaps a property owner or contractor becomes insolvent and you require assistance in resolving the resulting priority disputes among creditors, employees, and lenders. As well as reviewing insurance policies, our construction lawyers can certainly help you through the process.
Anything can, and will, happen before, during, and after a major construction project. With Stevens & Company by your side, you can trust you have the most dependable and knowledgeable construction law experts ensuring your interests are protected.
Approaching the diverse assortment of people and government establishments associated with a construction development requires tact and the appropriate documentation. We can help you get the correct official permissions to start work as soon as possible. We strive for your success.
We assist clients with:
- Residential, commercial, and industrial construction law
- Drafting and reviewing contracts and subcontracts
- Government agencies planning and approvals
- Employment law
- The complexities of worker's compensation insurance and claims
- Property law for purchasing and managing properties
- Oil and gas rights on properties
- Deficiencies and design errors
- Conflict mediation
- Errors and omissions claims
- Occupational safety requirements
- Advising contractors, architects, builders, engineers, and planners in construction
- We offer experienced attorneys who skillfully manage dispute resolution