Construction industry companies facing costly claims and litigation need skillful and aggressive legal representation to protect their assets and reputations.

Our attorneys have a long track record of resolving claims that arise throughout the construction lifecycle. The scope of our construction litigation practice includes a wide variety of claims relating to cost issues, design errors, contract disputes, materials failure, insurance coverage disputes, construction defects, and more.

Because of our extensive experience and knowledge of the complexities in construction law, our trial attorneys counsel construction industry clients through the process and advise them on the best path to a successful outcome, either through settlements, arbitration panels, or in the courtroom.

Bush + Ramirez has successfully defended clients in construction litigation matters, including:

  • A tilt wall construction case involving construction of 10,000+ square foot warehouse. B+R represented a company that applied water resistant barriers between sections of the tilt walls against allegations of water intrusion. Case was resolved.
  • Representing a roofing company against allegations of improper applications at a multi-million dollar residence in South Shore Harbor. Case involved allegations of water intrusion. Case was resolved after a number of mediations.
  • A construction defect claim regarding a pipeline built in Yemen that sustained damage from a flood. Canadian law applied based on the contract. Won summary judgment based on Canadian statute of repose. Handled the appeal of the case, and the appellate court sustained the verdict of the trial court.