Prompt, comprehensive services to meet your unique needs

Construction is a high-pressure industry where time is money. Contractors, developers and other key players need prompt, comprehensive and practical counsel personalized to their needs.

The Carruthers & Roth Construction Industry team is up to the task. We help you anticipate and avoid problems and achieve your strategic objectives as you form partnerships, negotiate contracts, secure financing, submit bids and successfully manage your business, your workforce and your projects.

We also help you resolve disputes when they arise. Members of our highly experienced Construction Litigation team act as your advocate before federal, state and appellate courts, mediate out-of-court settlements and represent your interests before licensing and zoning boards and other administrative agencies. We’ve even defended clients against claims of personal injury and death from construction defects and jobsite accidents.

You’ll find we offer a comprehensive range of resources in one convenient location, including attorneys experienced in Acquisition and Sales, Environmental Issues, Leasing, Real Estate Development, Real Estate Finance, Title Claims and Disputes and Zoning and Land Use matters. We also routinely draw expertise from other members of Carruthers & Roth’s multidisciplinary team, including attorneys experienced in Banking, Business & Corporate, Commercial, Employment, Insurance Defense & Personal Injury, Intellectual Property, and Title Claims & Disputes.

  • Our Experience
  • AIA documents
  • Arbitration and mediation
  • Administrative hearings
  • Bids, including disputes and protests
  • Bond issues
  • Breach of contract
  • Building code issues
  • Contracts (evaluating, drafting, negotiating, terminating, defending)
  • Change orders
  • Condemnation and eminent domain
  • Construction liens
  • Creditor’s rights
  • Defective work or designs
  • Delays
  • Environmental regulations
  • Insurance disputes
  • Labor law
  • Land use regulations
  • Liability claims
  • Licensing matters
  • Lien claims
  • OSHA regulations
  • Payment disputes
  • Personal injury
  • Professional licensing and disciplinary hearings
  • Surety claims
  • Taxes and tax planning
  • Zoning disputes