Nexsen Pruet is committed to building success. We understand the construction industry faces legal issues that cut across virtually every aspect of the business from contract reviews to permitting, insurance to financing, delays to cumulative impact, and surety bond claims. How you resolve them can have a major impact on your company, your image, and your bottom line.
Our attorneys have the experience to help manage and overcome the diverse challenges you deal with every day. Our projects run the spectrum from mass transportation and industrial facilities to medical and hospitality projects.
Broad Industry Experience
Our experience touches on all areas of the construction industry including pre-construction planning, bid-packaging, employment issues, procurement, environmental permitting, project financing, contract drafting and review, claims preparation, and litigation.
We represent clients throughout the Southeast, including public and private owners, developers, design professionals, contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers. We also serve several national bonding companies.
Our practice consists of:
- Multi-party and complex construction-related litigation in state & federal courts
- Mediation and arbitration proceedings
- Mechanics' liens and bond claims
- Project planning and contract review
- Surety and insurance matters
- Federal, state, and local procurement
- Insurance coverage actions
A Broad-Based Team
The Construction Group often works with other practice groups within the firm to provide clients with comprehensive legal services.
- Environmental Group concerning issues of air and water quality
- Real Estate Group in the financing and development aspects of projects
- Employment and Labor Group for the development and implementation of employment policies and procedures
- Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights Group when project participants encounter financial difficulties
Nexsen Pruet hosted briefings in March about federal and South Carolina immigration compliance and enforcement. Attorneys David Dubberly and Dave Garrett shared information on I-9 and E-Verify compliance, and on defending ICE and LLR investigations.