Helping You Resolve Construction Disputes And Keep Your Project On Track
Industry-leading corporations and innovators alike are drawn to Austin, fueling a construction boom that grows stronger with each passing quarter. Capitalizing on this lucrative development and building opportunity takes more than luck and connections, however. Seasoned owners of construction companies know that they need strong legal insight to keep projects running on time and within budget.
At Brophy & Devaney Law, our attorneys have the industry-specific knowledge to handle construction law matters efficiently. As an established Austin firm, we are intimately familiar with the local permitting process and the zoning regulations that can affect your projects’ progress. We also have six combined decades of experience in business law matters, which we leverage to resolve contract disputes that arise during the construction process. Our reputation for handling construction disputes is known throughout Texas and nationwide.
Identifying Effective Solutions That Protect Your Bottom Line
Many parties play a role in the construction industry, making it difficult to ensure that each party meets its obligations. We understand that every construction project is unique, which is why we provide creative, cost-efficient solutions that protect your interests.
Our Texas litigators are equipped to advocate for you in a variety of construction disputes that include:
- Disputes with subcontractors, contractors, suppliers and other parties
- Construction defects
- Mechanic’s liens
- Delay and payment claims
- Workmanship issues
Because your time is valuable, we take a proactive approach when handling construction law conflicts. You can rely on us to move swiftly on your legal issue and represent you aggressively throughout the legal process. We strive to handle disputes as expeditiously as possible.
We do not sacrifice efficiency for effectiveness, however. Our attorneys are meticulous. They will explore all available options before recommending a course of action, which may include litigation, negotiation, mediation or arbitration.