Construction Law

Named one of the Best Law Firms in the field of construction for the Charlotte metropolitan region by U.S. News & World Report in 2011, the Hamilton Martens Construction and Procurement Law Practice Group has decades of experience representing a broad range of construction industry clients. We provide a wealth of hands-on business and legal experience to develop practical, real world solutions for the challenges our clients confront on a daily basis.  Our clients come from all sectors of the construction industry, including general contractors, subcontractors, owners, developers, construction managers, architects, engineers, vendors, suppliers, lenders, insurers and sureties, with projects ranging from local commercial and municipal buildings, to schools, roads and highways, industrial and manufacturing plants, condominium and townhome complexes, residential subdivisions, universities, sports stadiums and athletic fields, airports, bridges, chemical plants and other commercial and industrial projects.

The attorneys in the Hamilton Martens Construction and Procurement Law Practice Group have spent years serving the industry and are committed to staying up to date on the current industry trends and practices.  Our attorneys strive to understand the particulars and economic realities of our client’s businesses and the projects they are working on and we tailor our advice to suit each client’s specific, individualized needs.  Through our wealth of experience in the industry and knowledge of the law we strive to help our clients fashion practical solutions to their problems.

Our attorneys have extensive experience representing construction industry members in all aspects of construction law, from mediation and arbitration to jury and bench trials in state and federal court.  We provide assistance in site location, geotechnical analysis and testing, government contracting, public and private procurement law, bid preparation, acquisition and financing, land use and zoning, contract drafting and negotiation, project administration, CM oversight and supervision, A&E work, damage claims by owners, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers, insurance and surety bond claims, employment matters, licensing, environmental liability, and design professional liability.

We invite you to contact us to learn more about our value-driven, client oriented approach towards representing various members in the construction industry.