The construction law attorneys at Woods Rogers offer innovative and cost-effective counsel for construction industry clients. We work as an extension of your team through our comprehensive legal services for public and private contractors, subcontractors, design professionals, sureties, and other construction professionals. Many of our attorneys have practical field experience, including engineering and architectural backgrounds, that help us successfully solve problems and resolve disputes.

Construction Law Services

The construction industry has nuances that require knowledgeable and practical legal insight on complex issues. By its nature, construction law overlaps with other legal practices ranging from business transactions to labor and employment. Our construction law team works collaboratively with our colleagues across the firm so all your legal needs are met in one place.

  • Bond claims, including the Miller Act and the Little Miller Act
  • Construction contract preparations, advising, and negotiations including company formations, teaming agreements, joint ventures, and project financing
  • Construction dispute resolution (mediation, arbitration, and litigation in state and federal courts)
  • Debt collection
  • Employment contracts
  • Federal and state False Claims Act representation
  • General business advising
  • Mechanics’ lien representation
  • OSHA advising and representation
  • Professional liability
  • Prosecution and defense of design professional malpractice claims
  • Public procurement representation at the federal, state, and local levels
  • Real estate and land use issues
  • Resolution of state licensure, building code, and environmental liability complaints

Project Experience

We have experience representing private and public owners in a variety of construction-related projects, including:

  • Airports
  • Commercial building projects
  • Educational entities, including universities, colleges, and school boards
  • Hospitals
  • Infrastructure projects including bridges and highways
  • Marine facilities
  • Multi-family housing
  • Municipalities
  • Power and processing facilities
  • Wastewater treatment plants


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