Stradley Ronon’s construction practice comprises lawyers knowledgeable in business and litigation environments, enabling us to offer clients the breadth and experience to handle all legal aspects of a construction project. Stradley Ronon lawyers efficiently manage complex document-intensive cases using the latest technologies.

OUR Comprehensive Service 
Our attorneys advise clients in every aspect of construction, including site acquisition, construction financing, construction and design document preparation and negotiation, employment and labor matters, environmental issues, construction litigation, and alternative dispute resolution. We have experience working with all types of properties, including commercial, retail and industrial sites, mixed-use and large residential complexes, hotels, subdivisions, restaurants, and recreational facilities. Stradley Ronon litigators have handled virtually every type of construction dispute.

Our Clients 
Stradley Ronon represents a wide variety of parties in construction projects, including:

• architects 
• engineers  
• building products suppliers 
• governmental entities  
• commercial developers 
• insurance companies
• commercial office landlords 
• property owners 
• construction lenders 
• residential developers 
• construction managers
• subcontractors 
• contractors 
• sureties  
• design professionals 

Our Litigation Experience
For decades, Stradley Ronon has represented construction-related entities and individuals in all facets of construction litigation. From arguing pivotal legal matters and creating new law to trying cases in different forums, our attorneys have represented clients in claims involving:

• bid protests  
• extra-contractual work
• building code violations 
• insurance coverage disputes
• constructive acceleration
• liquidated damages 
• cost overruns 
• lost productivity
• default terminations 
• lost profit claims
• defective building products 
• mechanic’s liens
• defective workmanship
• payment bond claims
• delays 
• performance bond claims
• design errors
• personal injury
• differing site conditions
• property damage 
• environmental issues
• union and labor disputes
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