Our attorneys provide clients with comprehensive construction legal services, offering efficient and effective solutions tailored to their needs.

Our attorneys act as counsel on all aspects of construction projects, including compliance with applicable statutes and administrative rules, preparing front-end construction and bidding documents, advising on various project delivery models, addressing procurement disputes, reviewing prevailing wage issues, and resolving or litigating claims during and after construction. 

A distinguishing feature of our practice is the substantial field experience many of our attorneys have in the construction industry. Our group includes registered professional engineers and attorneys with engineering and construction management backgrounds. This unique and practical experience in the construction industry allows us to quickly identify issues and develop pragmatic, real-world solutions that result in focused and efficient legal services for our clients.

Clients who come to Bricker Graydon for our legal services in construction law also experience the benefit of the full-service capabilities. Whenever needed, we can involve attorneys seasoned in real estate transactions, environmental issues, bond issues and other financing approaches, intellectual property issues, tax matters, lease-purchase agreements, education matters, and other areas of the law.

Our construction attorneys regularly advise and represent clients in the following areas:

  • Bid and other procurement disputes
  • Contract preparation and negotiation
  • Defective design or construction issues
  • Delay claims and schedule issues
  • Dispute resolution, including information discussions, mediation, arbitration, and litigation
  • Energy conservation measures
  • Heavy/highway construction
  • Mechanics’ liens
  • Workers’ compensation and OSHA matters
  • Project delivery models and their advantages and disadvantages
  • Surety claims and insurance coverage issues

We have been involved in the construction of the following:

  • Airports
  • Administrative buildings
  • Courthouses
  • Fire and safety facilities
  • Fire stations
  • Heavy/highway construction
  • Higher education buildings
  • Hospitals and healthcare facilities
  • Jails
  • K-12 schools
  • Libraries
  • Private developments
  • Recreation centers
  • Various improvements through public-private partnerships
  • Water and wastewater projects






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