Our construction litigation team has a wealth of courtroom experience that has earned us the reputation as one of the leading practices in the country. We bring in-depth and technical understanding of the construction field to the table, which allows us to provide effective solutions for a broad range of construction-related matters.
For decades, our litigation team has represented clients in major construction and real estate projects throughout the United States, such as the Toyota Music Factory in Irving, Texas, the Millennium Towers Project in San Francisco and SH130 Concession Company in Texas.
We represent diverse entities within the construction industry, including manufacturers and suppliers, contractors, engineers, architects, building and facility owners, school districts, municipalities, government agencies, developers, home builders and private home owners.
Cases With Impact
- Cementaid in connection with litigation stemming from alleged engineering and construction defects in San Francisco’s Millennium Towers
- City of Irving, Texas, in the 200+ million construction and development of the Toyota Music Factory venue, including outstanding construction disputes relating to completion of construction and the issuance of TIF reimbursement funds
- Concho Resources, Inc. in reviewing and remaking its company-wide master service agreement for construction projects
- Core Logistic Services LLC and its subcontractors in multiple Texas cases of approximately $10 million relating to road improvements
- Crescent Real Estate Equities in representing the senior lender of a large-scale construction project in Aspen, Colorado, with more than $40 million in outstanding mechanics’ lien claims
- Equa-Chlor, the owner of chlor-alkali plant in Longview, Washington, in a dispute with a contractor regarding cost-overruns, delay damages and change orders
- H-E-B Grocery Company, LP in obtaining a dismissal of the claims that the construction of a new H-E-B store caused flooding to the plaintiff’s property
- Main Bell Realty Corp in the development and construction of a subterranean pedestrian tunnel connecting a three-block area of Downtown Houston
- Manchester Financial Group/Hunt Construction Company on construction matters on the $300+ million Fairmont Convention Hotel – Austin.
- Midtown Redevelopment Authority in connection with the drafting and negotiation of the contract for the construction of a 64,500 square foot, five-story, mixed-use development with 20 units of affordable housing in the Emancipation Park area of Houston
- Montgomery County Municipal Utility District in a dispute related to construction defects in a freshwater well
- Museum of Fine Arts Houston in a construction dispute with its architect regarding a $250 million campus redevelopment project
- NBH Bank in connection with the default of a $49 million loan for the development of more than 1,700 acres of raw land in Georgetown, Texas, into a high-end, master-planned residential community. NBH Bank prevailed and foreclosed on the property after two years of litigation in bankruptcy court
- NCI Group, Inc. in allegations of defective roofing products installed in 16 facilities in three different states, obtaining a take nothing judgment after a three-week jury trial
- OST/Almeda Corridors Redevelopment Authority in a dispute related to the $33.6 million construction and redevelopment of Emancipation Park in Houston
- Phillips 66 in negotiating the construction and financing for its new world headquarters in the Houston energy corridor area — one of the largest synthetic leases for an office development in the country
- PL Propylene in an arbitration dispute with the EPC contractor regarding warranty claims raised by owner and delay claims made by EPC contractor
- SH130 Concession Company, owner of an 85 mile per hour Texas toll road, in claims regarding construction defects against several multi-national entities in disputes in both arbitration and litigation
- Shell Offshore and Shell International Exploration and Production in the successful representation of Shell against manufacturer and inspector of eight massive pressure vessels installed on Shell’s Perdido Spar, the world’s largest offshore production facility
- West Houston Infiniti in asserting construction defects and breach of contract claims related to substantial renovations and additions to a multi-million dollar car dealership in Houston. The matter involved deficiencies in the general contractor’s work, included more than 20 subcontractors as parties, and was resolved successfully during arbitration