The construction industry has experienced tremendous growth in the last decade. It is anticipated that the COVID virus has increased needs for construction companies to address ventilation, HVAC systems, traffic flow and capacity, not to mention the safety and well-being of its workers and new OSHA standards. Our attorneys routinely represent regional engineering and construction companies in matters ranging from business transactions to litigation, handling all aspects of the bid process to the final certificates of occupancy.
The construction attorneys of Christian & Small understand the unique challenges facing the construction industry. We routinely represent owners, developers, design professionals, general contractors, subcontractors, construction managers, architects, engineers, suppliers, and insurers. We work alongside our clients through every phase of the construction process – from initial contract negotiation, bid preparation and design to the build-out and warranty period and through dispute resolution should the need arise.
Our construction attorneys have represented clients in title disputes, materialmen liens and bond claims and have extensive experience successfully litigating jury cases before numerous state and federal courts, and appearing before arbitration panels and mediators.
Members of the Construction Practice group are routinely recognized in industry and peer organizations including Best Lawyers®, and Martindale-Hubbell, and Super Lawyers ®. They hold leadership positions and are active in industry-related organizations including:
- Alabama Council on Real Estate (ACRE)
- Associated Builders and Contractors
- Construction Lawyers Society of America
- National Association of Women in Construction
- Subcontractors Association of Alabama