Experienced Construction Law Attorneys 

Construction projects are many times complex and expensive, which gives rise to different types of disputes, including those involving cost, duration of the project, the quality of the work, and responsibility for injuries or damages. Construction contracts should always include provisions relating to dispute resolution, either through mediation or arbitration, and the construction lawyer must fully understand the advantages, disadvantages, and nuances of alternative dispute resolution techniques.

Full-Service Construction Representation

With over sixty years of combined experience in representing general contractors, subcontractors, developers, architects and material suppliers, the lawyers at PLDO collaborate in addressing the challenges contractors and developers face in dealing with design-bid-build, design-build, or multi-prime construction projects. Understanding all phases of the construction process is critical to providing experienced and quality services ranging from strategic planning, contract preparation, negotiations, regulatory compliance, permitting and bid protests.

The Construction Law Team consists of lawyers with business, litigation and regulatory experience who guide the client through federal, state and local issues relating to compliance regulatory issues and commercial financing of large-scale projects, including public-private partnership (P3) projects. Services include drafting and negotiating construction management agreements, P3 contracts, subcontractor agreements and design-build agreements, as well as understanding the nuances of indemnity agreements and arbitration provisions.

The services provided by the PLDO Construction Law Team include:

  • Bid preparation and/or protests
  • Contract drafting and negotiation
  • Permitting and licensing
  • Public and commercial financing
  • Federal, state and/or local compliance and regulations
  • OSHA and ADA
  • P3 projects
  • Alternative project design methods
  • Strategic planning
  • Project monitoring and oversight
  • Mechanics liens
  • Alternative dispute resolution and mediation services

Contact Us For The Full Spectrum Of Construction Law Services

To learn more about how PLDO can help you address your construction legal issues, call 401-824-5100 or contact us here.