Excellence in construction requires a diverse team with specific know-how and precise tools. The same is true for construction law. At Halloran & Sage, we are highly experienced in handling the particular legal needs of the construction industry. Equally important to our clients, however, is our depth of experience in related fields. Our leadership in construction law is enhanced by our equal levels of skill in litigation, real estate, environmental law, contracts and business affairs. No matter the issue you encounter in a construction project, we are prepared to help you find the solution.
Our understanding of the construction industry is no hollow promise – it comes from first-hand experience. Our legal team includes a former engineer and former vice president of a major Connecticut construction company. Our industry knowledge provides us with unparalleled insight into the issues you face. That enables us to craft solid, brick-and-mortar solutions that work in real-world situations.
Our construction-industry clients include developers, owners, contractors, insurance carriers and sureties. We provide representation in all facets of the construction process, in both the public and private sectors. Our areas of focus include construction litigation, contract negotiation and drafting, construction-related claims and disputes, surety bonding and alternative dispute resolution. We emphasize superior client service focused on helping you achieve your business goals.
Articles & Publications
- ConsensusDOCS Offer An Alternative to Perceived Standard Agreements,
Alfred A. DiVincentis, CONNstruction, Summer 2012
- Surety Bad Faith after PSE Consulting: An Implicit Bar to Indemnification,
Frederick E. Hedberg, Construct!, a publication of the American Bar Association, Fall 2004
- The Time is Now for Federal Good Samaritan Legislation,
Frederick E. Hedberg, Construct!, a publication of the American Bar Association, Winter 2007
- Planning for Delay: Critical, in
More Ways than One,
Frederick E. Hedberg, Construct!, a publication of the American Bar Association, Fall 2005