Construction Law

The construction industry in Florida is a dynamic and often difficult environment. The economic climate, regulatory issues and payment problems are only a few examples of the challenges that must be faced every day. General contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, sureties, owners and architects and engineers must be aware of the legal issues that impact their businesses or property.

Rapid change often brings unforeseen pitfalls, problems and mistakes. Completion of a project on schedule and on budget is becoming more difficult. This is why we provide clients with ready access to legal advice on many and varied issues such as:

  • Preparation and negotiation of contracts for owners, general contractors and subcontractors
  • Common Industry Contract Forms
  • Notices and Waivers
  • Claims of Lien
  • Performance and payment bonds
  • Construction claims
  • Bid mistakes and protests
  • Negotiations
  • Mediation
  • Arbitration
  • Litigation
  • Surety and Insurance Law
  • Defective work
  • Terminations
  • Differing site conditions
  • Payment disputes
  • Change orders

If you or your business needs more information or assistance with construction law, please contact Marlowe McNabb, P.A.

We provide clients with ready access to legal advice on many and varied issues.

Construction Law
Florida Bar
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