Our Kennerly Montgomery construction attorneys have experience representing parties in numerous types of construction disputes and claims and in various forums for dispute resolution. We have represented public and private owners, lenders, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, architects, and engineers in various matters involving delay claims, defect claims, mechanic's and materialmen's lien claims, design deficiencies, payment claims, bond claims, contract interpretation, environmental issues, contractor licensing issues, and other claims relating to construction and design.
We represent general contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers, surveyors, construction managers, owners, sureties, and material and equipment suppliers. We work with clients to avoid disputes with prompt service and forthright analysis of facts and legal issues. In many cases, we can resolve a client's matter through direct negotiation or mediation. If necessary, however, we are fully prepared to handle all disputes in state and federal courts or arbitration.
Attorneys in this practice group have handled matters, including the defense of design professionals in multi-million dollar claims, on sports arenas, convention centers, and government facilities. We have also handled the defense of design professionals and hundreds of other cases of alleged professional malpractice, representation of contractors in many disputes involving construction defects, payment, and other claims and circumstances arising from simple to major project defaults. Our construction group contains attorneys who are listed in the publication "Best Lawyers in America" for expertise in construction matters and AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell. We strive to be an active business partner with our clients to help them succeed and to provide contractors and design professionals with a full range of legal services to cover every aspect of their business situations.
Our services include:
Architect, engineer, and surveyor professional liability
Construction defect claims
Contract review and negotiation
Mediation, arbitration, and litigation
Bid mistakes and protests
Delay and acceleration claims
Notices of non-payment/Prompt Pay Act
Lien and bond claims
Home builders and homeowners
The attorneys who practice in this area of law are:
For more information on Construction Law, please contact us at (865) 546-7311 or select an attorney above to contact them directly.