Contract disputes frequently are a part of the construction process. Disagreements arise over contract terms and party obligations. Construction attorneys like our experienced practitioners at Murphy Cordier Casale Axel PLC provide clients with sound practical legal advice to help them effectively work in the construction industry.
We Know Construction
Our clients include contractors and subcontractors, and suppliers, architects, engineers, business owners, developers, banks, sureties, and insurance companies—virtually all players in this industry. We help them with land purchases for construction projects, which can require financing and all aspects of a construction project.
Arizona Construction Law Experts
Murphy Cordier Casale Axel PLC frequently help with the preparation and negotiation of loan documents, project delivery approaches, and bid requests from contractors. We also draft and negotiate contracts between owners and general contractors, as well as the general and its subcontractors. Our construction law attorneys also frequently assist with insurance and bonding arrangements.
Construction disputes are often complex and involve many parties and significant contract amounts. These construction projects can be extremely complicated, and can result in costly delays and work stoppages if there are questions about the contract terms. In light of this, there can be many types of disputes, such as those concerning the cost and duration of the project, the quality of the work, deliverables, timing of progress, and responsibility for injuries or damages suffered during or as a result of the project.
Construction Contract Disputes
The contract and construction law attorneys at Murphy Cordier Casale Axel PLC handle all aspects of construction contract disputes. This can include:
- Payment and performance issues
- Termination disputes for convenience or for cause
- Change order disputes
- Subcontractor and material supplier claims.
Our firm employs all available dispute resolution strategies, such as negotiation, mediation, and alternative dispute resolution, but are ready to represent our clients in court if satisfactory results cannot be obtained through these means.