Bisgaier Hoff’s construction attorneys have decades of experience representing builders, developers, owners, contractors, subcontractors and design professionals in a broad range of construction matters on industrial, commercial and residential construction projects. In addition to having decades of experience as construction lawyers, our attorneys have significant foundational and practical engineering and construction experience, giving them a leg up when it comes to understanding and handling construction contracts and claims.

While our attorneys are licensed to practice in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, they have represented parties on construction projects and disputes throughout the United States and abroad. Projects that our attorneys have worked on include roads, bridges, federal buildings, schools (private and public), hospitals, assisted living facilities, sports arenas, commercial office buildings, pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities, wind turbine projects, solar power projects, apartment, condominium and townhome complexes, single family homes and communities, and all manner of redevelopment projects.

Our attorneys have also negotiated and drafted hundreds of construction contracts and successfully represented parties through mediation, arbitration and litigation in all manner of construction cases including consumer fraud, construction defect, statutory and regulatory violation cases (including criminal defense), EIFS claims, design deficiency, violations of New Jersey's Contractors Registration Act, contract, express and implied warranty claims (including townhome and condominium cases), bid protests and bid withdrawals, delay, disruption and termination cases, mold and other environmental claims, water intrusion cases, construction lien and debt collection (prompt payment act) cases, injunctions and other equitable claims, professional liability claims, all manner of insurance, surety and bond claims, property damage claims and personal injury/work-place injury cases.
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