The cost and complexity of construction contracting has increased dramatically. Whether you are struggling with an ailing project, seizing a fresh opportunity to build in a new market or working with innovative designs, your success depends on getting strategic advice that supports your plans and mitigates risk.
Wherever you are, and whatever your project, DLA Piper’s engineering and construction lawyers can help. We offer dedicated, experienced lawyers who provide the commercial and legal solutions that deliver value to any project from the very beginning — but who are also there should disputes arise.
We represent all the participants in the engineering and construction process — owners, contractors, design professionals, lenders and other supporting businesses. Our reach extends to every type of construction project and delivery method and into all regions of the world. We understand the local sites, cultures and environments where your projects are placed, while bringing the global resources and wider business perspective of our international platform.
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