Design & Construction

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The broad range of players typically involved in the design, engineering, and construction of projects can present challenges throughout the process—from negotiating contracts through contract administration, resolving payment issues, addressing mechanics liens, and design or construction defects. Maslon's real estate and construction attorneys have broad and deep experience in representing owners, lenders, architects, engineers, and contractors in complex design, design-build, engineering, and construction agreements, whether working from standardized industry forms, such as the AIA or AGC documents, or drafting and negotiating deal-specific, custom agreements. Our attorneys are familiar with the nuances of design and construction transactions and skilled at working with clients and consultants to resolve complex construction-related disputes through negotiation, mediation, arbitration and litigation. Maslon's design and construction experience includes:

  • Architectural & Engineering Agreements
  • Bonding Matters (Payment, Performance and Completion)
  • Construction & Design-Build Agreements
  • Construction Financing
  • Design & Construction Defects
  • Mechanic’s Lien Issues
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