Broomfield Construction Contract Lawyers
Making, Reviewing & Disputing Construction Contracts
As it is with any business, the contracts that your construction firm use are crucial to its proper management. To make certain that all of your construction contracts are in order and doing just as they should, rely on Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. and our team of Broomfield construction contract attorneys. We can help your construction firm find and complete all the correct contracts for your next project, big or small.
We have access to contract packages from:
- The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC)
- The American Institute of Architects (AIA)
Contractors and subcontractors from throughout Broomfield have come to our door for help with construction contract creation and reviews. Whether you are involved with a large-scale commercial project or assisting with a single home’s construction, it would be our pleasure to help you get everything worked out and in a way that protects your best interests.
Get all the help you need with your construction contracts by calling one number: (720) 809-8310.
New Construction Contract Development
If you have been a part of the construction industry for long, then you know that plans often change. In the middle of a construction project, all the work done can be erased for a new project direction. To keep your company out of trouble and afloat, regardless of what complications might be ahead, allow us to help you with new construction contracts as they become needed.
In a typical construction contract, you will have to consider:
- Jobsite access
- Workmanship guarantees
- Payment agreements
Construction Allowances & Related Issues
Every construction contract should have a set spend allowance that the landowner approves. An allowance is usually written down as a pure sum of money, but details on what to spend that money on are not included. As the job develops, it is up to the contractors to spend that money as needed for new materials, equipment, workers, etc.
It is common for contractors to need to go over budget on a job to make corrections for unforeseen complications, like time lost to bad weather or previously hidden construction defects. To decide who pays for anything needed beyond the set allowance, your construction contract should set those expectations up clearly and before anything is signed.
Representation for Construction Contract Disputes in Broomfield
You should always be prepared for a construction contract dispute. Even if your contract is drafted perfectly, it is possible for a third party to intentionally or inadvertently misinterpret its clauses, leading to a conflict. To handle any construction contract dispute professionally, choose us to be your representatives in and out of court. We promise to act as if we were representing our own company when acting on your behalf.
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