Construction Law

Construction projects in the modern age law face a myriad of interrelated and sometimes conflicting rules and obligations.  Construction projects require (i) planning and permitting to assuring compliance with covenants, land use regulations and building codes, (ii) financing, which embodies a range of issues related to construction financing, (iii) negotiating and finalizing contracts among property owners, architects, engineers, contractors, subcontractors and financial institutions, and (iv) proper controls to assure that projects are completed in a timely and workmanlike manner. When projects go awry, in addition to the usual breach of contract claims, disputes  implicate the parties’ rights and obligations under Colorado’s Mechanic’s Lien Statute, Trust Fund Statute or the Construction Defect Action Reform Act. 

The lawyers at Law of the Rockies have represented a wide variety of property owners, contractors, architects, surveyors, and engineers in all facets of construction projects. They are well versed with the steps necessary to assure the proper planning, financing, contracting, and oversight to assure a successful project, or in litigating those projects that are not so successful.