No construction project is perfect, and every project—large or small—can present significant risk. In today’s economy more than ever, it is imperative to seek out legal advice before, during, and after any construction project, but especially when a dispute is brewing.
Prudent businesses seek counsel from construction lawyers long before a site is acquired or ground is broken, and the lawyer’s involvement may last until well after the moving trucks have pulled away. Construction law is far-reaching, encompassing a host of interrelated disciplines where advice may be necessary, including real estate development, drafting contracts for design and construction, and engaging in project-related dispute resolution and litigation.
Like the field of construction law itself, the ALFA International Construction Practice Group is broad and diverse. It includes the best and brightest construction lawyers from every region of the United States and internationally.
Our clients—who include owners, developers, contractors, designers, product suppliers, insurers, and sureties—trust us to provide effective, coordinated guidance. The lawyers who make up the ALFA International Construction Law Practice Group have firsthand experience working for every type of participant, on every type of project.
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Client Advisory Board
Tha ALFA International Construction Practice Group is honored to have the following clients contribute to our ongoing success:
Erin Austin – David Evans & Associates, Inc.
Melanie Brown – Markel
Jennifer Franklin – MSA Group
Rochanne Keane - Beazley
Ron Peppe - Canam Steel
Bill Quatman - Burns & McDonnell
Karen Rice – XL Catlin
Bob Stahl – Amerisure Insurance Company
Ira Sussman – RLI
John Waclawski – Carlisle Construction Materials
Cody Webb – Zachry Construction Corp.