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Construction Disputes


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Construction disputes almost always involve the interpretation of construction contracts. Clients benefit from our lawyers’ extensive hands-on experience analyzing, drafting and negotiating global and national project agreements. Our knowledge acquired preparing design and construction agreements - ranging from architectural and engineering contracts, design-build, engineer-procure-construct (EPC) and construction management agreements - translates into a proven ability to successfully unwind and resolve the full gamut of construction disputes.

Our construction disputes practice includes trials, arbitrations and mediations involving contract disputes; architect and engineer liability claims; products liability and warranty claims; building design defects; transportation and airport concerns; environmental concerns; public and private surety bond claims; construction liens; acceleration and delay damages claims; and the resolution of international contract disputes, design and construction claims. Our lawyers have experience in state and federal courts, the Boards of Contract Appeals and Court of Claims, arbitration and other alternative dispute mechanisms.

King & Spalding construction trial lawyers add technical and industry knowledge to their legal skills. Many of the lawyers on our team were formerly engineers, project managers, and advisers to various national code committees, as well as advisers to various national construction dispute resolution committees, the same groups that develop arbitration rules.
Craig J Ledet 
T: +1 713 276 7426 HOUSTON
Scott A Greer 
T: +1 713 751 3264 HOUSTON
Mike Stenglein 
T: +1 512 457 2003 AUSTIN
T: +1 713 751 3206 HOUSTON