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Construction Contracts Are High-Stakes Financial Transactions

A construction contract can be a risky venture for either party: for example, between a landowner and a developer who wants to construct multifamily housing there. It is important for the parties involved to enter into contracts with eyes wide open. A review of a construction contract can be critical for protecting the interests of either or both sides. Pipkin Ferguson, PLLC, in Houston creates, reviews, negotiates and formalizes contracts such as:

  • Loan contracts
  • Land purchase contracts
  • Building contracts
  • Contracts with architects and other professionals
  • Employment contracts
  • Subcontractor agreements
  • Remodeling contracts

Our firm most often represents businesses, including financial institutions and property owners, in construction projects. Contracts may be necessary to work through or around a neighbor's land use questions. However, we may also represent individuals planning large-scale construction projects.

Contract Litigation — When Allegations Of Breach Of Contract Arise

Construction contract law cases do not only involve creation of contracts. Clients often approach us for help when allegations of breach of contract have come about. Pipkin Ferguson, PLLC, has an extensive track record of successful outcomes in commercial litigation cases, including breach of contract claims involving construction. We urge clients and their opponents to settle quickly and peacefully, but when a case must go to court, our trial lawyers work hard to protect our clients' interests.

For The Advice And Assistance You Need With A Construction Contract

Contact Pipkin Ferguson, PLLC, in Houston, TX, to discuss your building or remodeling contract concerns. There is no obligation or fee required to speak with our construction law attorneys.