Architects and Engineers
New York City Construction Lawyer
Representation in Contractor Disputes Involving Architects and Engineers
If you are a party to a construction project in the New York City metropolitan area and there is a dispute regarding the design of a project or the engineering efforts required for the project, The Law Offices of Ronald Francis can help protect your interests.
Located in New York City, the firm has over 30 years of experience in construction law, including the representation of architects and engineers, as well as owners and contractors. The firm provides the level of personal attention you expect from a small firm with the resources and experience often found only at a large law office. Contact the Law Offices of Ronald Francis to schedule a free initial consultation.
The firm represents architects, engineers, contractors, owners and developers in a wide range of disputes arising out of construction projects involving office and apartment buildings, condominiums and cooperatives, and single-family homes. The firm has more than two decades of experience representing owners, developers, contractors, architects and engineers in private and public construction projects.
The Interests of Architects and Engineers in Commercial Construction Projects
The Law Offices of Ronald Francis has represented the interests of many different parties in architectural and engineering disputes involving construction projects, including:
The interests of building owners and developers when the standard of care employed by architects or engineers has failed to meet professional requirements;
The interests of architects and engineers when the contractor has failed to perform according to the contract;
The interests of contractors when subcontractors have failed to perform according to contract;
The interests of engineers and architects when there is a dispute regarding whether the cause of a problem is due to a contractor’s failure to properly construct or whether the cause of the problem is due to the architect’s or engineer’s error or omission;
The interests of contractors or subcontractors against architects and engineers when the owner’s allegations of breach of contract or poor workmanship are really the result of architectural or engineering errors or omissions.
For experienced representation in architectural and engineering disputes involving commercial construction projects in New York City and Nassau County, contact The Law Offices of Ronald Francis, to schedule a free initial consultation.