Construction Law

Clark Quinn’s construction law attorneys have substantial experience with construction disputes and other matters relating to construction law.  Our attorneys understand that successful and efficient legal counsel requires an in-depth knowledge of the unique methods, processes, sequences and language employed on construction-related projects, whether they are small residential remodeling jobs or large, complex and costly commercial, industrial and government construction projects. Our clients range from individuals to small and large businesses and state and local governments to whom we provide advice and counseling on a broad range of topics relating to Indiana construction law, such as:

  • Contract Negotiation and Contractual Risk Assessment
  • Changes and Design Issues
  • Bonds and Insurance Claims
  • Differing Site Conditions
  • Project Documentation
  • Delays, Scheduling, and Acceleration
  • Contract Terminations
  • Commercial Liens
  • Claim Avoidance and Resolution through Mediation and Settlement Efforts
  • Mechanic’s Liens, Public Works Claims and Other Methods to Secure Payment

Our knowledge and experience benefits clients throughout the construction industry, including contractors, subcontractors, construction managers, owners (public and private), architects, engineers, sureties, insurance companies, suppliers, construction trade associations, lending institutions, real estate developers, and others. We are members of various professional and trade associations related to the construction industry and have lectured and written on a myriad of construction law topics.

For more information about the Firm’s construction law practice please contact William W. Gooden, Matthew R. Clark, Frank D. Otte, Michael P. Maxwell, Jr., or Russell L. Brown.