Construction Transactions

Contracts In The Construction Industry

Contracts are the Bible of the construction industry. How contracts are written and interpreted will significantly impact the outcome of your project. Will your contract protect you in the event of a dispute?

Our attorneys at McAlpine PC specialize in construction law disputes. We have more than 100 years of combined experience handling construction law matters. When it comes to your construction project, having an experienced lawyer who understands the construction industry will go a long way in protecting your interests. Knowing how your contract will play out in litigation or arbitration means we can head off disputes at the drafting/negotiation stage.


Our firm is headquartered in Auburn Hills, Michigan. We represent clients throughout the country. We are known for getting results because we are the best at what we do.

Focused On Your Goals

The construction industry has many nuances that need to be carefully evaluated. We know the ins and outs of the construction industry. We know the industry so well that we are often asked by clients and trade associations to teach seminars and write articles on the most recent court decisions involving construction cases.

We focus on your needs and goals. We assist with drafting and reviewing contracts, determining if a breach of contract occurred and navigating your legal options during construction disputes.

We understand the construction industry, including the language used in construction contracts. This means we know exactly what your contract says and the different ways we can protect your rights.

Discuss Your Contract Issues

We are often called up to first negotiate the construction contract and then provide project management team training geared to the proper administration of the contract. Throughout the project, we are available to manage claims notices and documentation designed to enhance the resolution of the claim and of the disputes without resorting to litigation.

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