The lawyers in Hand Arendall's Construction and Public Contracts Practice Group serve the construction and design industries by representing owners, developers, contractors, design professionals and specialty subcontractors. They negotiate and prepare contracts and other project documentation tailored to their clients' specialized needs, and advocate their positions in litigation, administrative hearings, and alternative dispute resolution proceedings. Members also assist clients in construction and renovation of projects of all sorts, including heavy infrastructure, vertical building construction, industrial equipment installation, and manufacturing facility expansion, some comprising federal government projects governed by the Federal Acquisition Regulation. Recent engagements have involved expansion of shipbuilding facilities, supply and construction contracts at steel manufacturing facilities, and assistance with initial contracts for aircraft manufacturing facilities.
Members of the Construction and Public Contracts Practice Group are prominent participants in professional organizations focused on construction law practice, and are active members and leaders in industry organizations such as the Associated General Contractors of America. Additionally, the lawyers frequently speak and write on subjects of interest to construction lawyers and industry members.
For more information regarding the Construction and Public Contracts Practice Group, contact Practice Group Chairman Norman Stockman or any of the other lawyers in the Practice Group.
Hand Arendall LLC is pleased to announce Brett W. Aaron was selected as a new member of the Red Mountain Park Junior Board.Read More
Hand Arendall is pleased to announce that its Birmingham office has relocated to the fully restored Historic Federal Reserve building effective January 30, 2017.Read More
Hand Arendall was featured in Ron Sivak's The Real Deal commentary on November 16, 2016.Read More
Hand Arendall is pleased to announce that its Birmingham office will relocate to the fully restored Historic Federal Reserve building by February of 2017.Read More