Construction Law

The construction law practice at Bush Ross represents clients in all phases of projects including planning, design, construction, dispute avoidance and dispute resolution. Our attorneys assist clients with a broad range of construction related matters such as drafting and negotiating contracts, payment disputes, payment and performance bond claims, claims involving construction defect and delay, design defects and professional negligence, lien claims, bid protests, arbitration, mediation and litigation of construction disputes, construction insurance disputes, and environmental risk regulations and laws.  Our diverse clientele includes owners, architects, engineers, developers, builders, sureties, suppliers, general contractors, and subcontractors.  

We understand the importance of avoiding unnecessary claims and lengthy disputes to protect a project’s bottom line.  Our collective knowledge of construction law concepts and experience in the construction industry allows us to recognize, resolve, and avoid disputes as well as minimize risk through proactive measures such as advising on contract development, insurance, and project management.  We are experienced in litigating complex claims involving construction and design defects. 

When problems cannot be resolved through proper planning or negotiation, our goal is to help clients achieve the best and most cost-effective outcome with the least interruption to their business and daily lives.  Our attorneys are adept at litigation techniques that meet the varying needs of our clients and the array of challenges they face.

Whether a construction project is large or small, our attorneys will help manage your exposure and protect your business interests from initial conception and planning through project completion.


Edward Savitz
(813) 204-6413

Brian McElfatrick
(813) 204-6431

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