Construction Law

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Why should you hire Richard Franks PC?  Because our construction law operations are led by a former judge who has been a contractor, project manager, and general counsel to national and international firms.  We have considerable expertise in construction operations. This broad depth of knowledge enables us to quickly find far more client-friendly solutions than other firms.

We analyze construction issues from a client perspective. The main benefit of this ability is that we do not tell you what you cannot do and stop there. We develop practical legal and operational solutions that provide legal protections while balancing the requirements of the client, the project, and the law. We consider your return on investment as we allocate time to your work.

experienced construction attorneyOne of our primary strengths lies in our construction contract drafting skills.  We know what clauses will protect your firm—we have years of experience testing those clauses in our own companies.  We are fast, precise, and can craft contracts to meet very specific and special client needs.

From mechanic’s liens to construction defect claims, Richard Franks PC is your go-to law firm.  We can also effectively represent your firm with respect to any number of employment law issues, including wrongful termination claims.

In short, our senior construction litigator has been a client. His sensitivities to your special circumstances are paramount when analyzing a global solution that most law firms will see as just a legal issue. This makes Richard Franks PC different from the vast majority of firms in the construction law practice.

Bond Claims
Breach of Contract
Breach of Warranty
Builder/Homeowner Disputes
Change Order Contracts
Collection Disputes
Commercial Property Disputes
Commercial/Residential Defects Analysis
Construction Claim Analysis
Construction Contract Administration
Construction Contract Disputes
Construction Contract Drafting and Negotiation
Construction Defect Claims and Defenses
Construction Injury
Construction Law
Construction Litigation
Critical Path Method Schedule Analysis
Delays and Labor Impact Claims
Defective Design
Employer Wrongful Termination Defense
Insurance Claims
Labor Inefficiencies
Materials Procurement
Mechanic’s Liens
Mold Claims
Payment and Non-Payment Issues
Performance Bonds
Post-Construction Issues
Quality of Work Claims
Residential Construction Liability Act (RCLA)
Subcontractor Disputes