Twin Cities Construction Contract Lawyer
Just as every building requires a blueprint and a solid foundation, the business of construction depends on smart planning and solid contracts. Burns & Hansen, P.A., provides counsel knowledgeable in construction law to protect clients on either side of the process.
Our firm serves parties to construction contracts in Minneapolis and Hennepin County, across the Twin Cities and statewide Minnesota. We advise and represent builders, contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, design professionals, and owners in construction contracts or legal disputes arising from those agreements. Contact us today to arrange a free initial discussion.
Protecting Your Interests In Construction Contracts
We negotiate, draft and review construction-related contracts for every facet and phase of residential and commercial construction, including design, surveying and site preparation, demolition, excavation, concrete and flatwork, construction, carpentry, electrical, plumbing, mechanical/HVAC, landscaping, remodeling, etc.
Our attorneys know construction law and have practiced in construction law for many years. We understand that time is money and that timely payment along the construction chain is a chief concern. We carefully prepare contracts to address issues that might lead to project delay or payment disputes, such as:
- Scope of work
- Agreements with subcontractors and suppliers
- Provisions for resolving disputes such as arbitration
- Financing commitments and progress payments
- Contingent payments
- Treatment of change orders
- Responsibility for unanticipated costs
- Performance bonds and surety bonds
Construction Contract Disputes
We also represent contractors and subs in enforcing claims and pursuing mechanic’s liens or payment bond claims. We are prepared to go to court to extract payment for work performed. We also defend builders in construction defect disputes.
Our firm has formidable trial lawyers who are intimately familiar with Minnesota law, industry standards and construction contract language. Our lawyers will contest any provision of the contract that places undue financial burdens or liability on our clients.