Construction Litigation

Construction Litigation

Construction projects require extensive planning and coordination of many moving parts. On any construction project, there are risks that must be identified and allocated, timelines that must be followed, costs and expenses that must be controlled, and people who must be managed, among many other things. Additionally, there are often multiple parties involved, including developers, contractors, and/or subcontractors. Because a construction project is so complex and has so many moving parts, it should come as no surprise that construction projects are fertile ground for disputes. And construction litigation can be very high stakes.

Construction projects give rise to disputes in many areas of construction law, including:

  • Design defects and deficiencies
  • Structural failings
  • Construction defects
  • Non-conforming work rejections
  • Untimely work, delay, late projects
  • Site access denial
  • Contractual breach and interpretation
  • Project management
  • Site access problems
  • Warranties
  • Mechanic’s liens
  • Bond claims
  • Contract negotiation
  • State Registrar of Contractors (ROC) complaints
  • Homeowners Association (HOA) litigation

The litigators at Giordano Spanier & Heckele, PLLC, have experience in various forms of dispute resolution, and can employ this experience in seeking a resolution favorable to your business. Many times, litigation is not in the best interest of our clients. In such cases, we seek creative solutions to resolve conflicts, including alternative dispute resolution tools like early mediation or arbitration. Settlement negotiation with the other party can also yield favorable resolution.

When alternative dispute resolution does not work or is otherwise inappropriate, our skilled litigators will work with you to develop a comprehensive litigation strategy from pleadings, to pretrial litigation, through trial. Our attorneys understand how high the stakes can be in construction litigation and will zealously advance your interests with an aim toward delivering results. If you’re involved in a construction dispute, HSH can help. Call today for a consultation: (520) 495-0869. Or email us at info@reallawtucson.com