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Our team includes a licensed professional engineer and attorneys with substantial construction-field experience. Applying this significant knowledge and background, we provide practical advice from the conception to the completion of a construction project.

Overview

Our attorneys are experienced in the technical, business, and legal issues facing the construction industry. We provide a complete range of legal services to our clients who include owners, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, architects, engineering firms, banks, and other lending institutions as well as sureties and insurance companies. Our team includes a licensed professional engineer and attorneys with substantial construction-field experience. Applying this significant knowledge and background, we provide practical advice from the conception to the completion of a construction project.

Our attorneys have handled matters both in New York State and across the United States. Our work has included projects involving airports, hospitals, educational facilities, large commercial structures, manufacturing facilities, sports stadiums, and municipal and infrastructure projects.

Barclay Damon handles all issues and matters involving construction projects and disputes, including:

  • Project financing
  • Preparation or review and negotiation of construction contracts
  • Bid dispute litigation
  • Mechanics’ lien filing and proceedings
  • Project disputes during construction
  • Payment and performance bond claims
  • Contract disputes
  • Mediation and arbitration
  • Judicial proceedings in state and federal court
Representative Experience
  • Obtained summary judgment dismissal of a complaint against a commercial real estate developer and local industrial development agency that sought to foreclose a mechanics’ lien for over $250,000.

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