Taylor Porter’s construction lawyers routinely represent and advise local, state and national construction industry leaders, including owners, general contractors, subcontractors, homebuilders, architects, engineers, material and equipment suppliers, and manufacturers.
From construction defect litigation to disputes over nonpayment, from mechanic’s liens and bond claims to construction delay claims, from contract negotiations and reviews to public bidding law disputes, our Firm’s construction lawyers have a wealth of experience and expertise in the various legal issues facing the construction industry. The Construction Group regularly handles litigation and transactional work involving commercial, residential, industrial and roadway projects in both the public and private sector, working with our clients to custom-tailor our services to their specific needs. While no client matter is too small for us to handle, Taylor Porter routinely assists and navigates our clients through complex, multi-million dollar litigation and transactions.
Members of the Construction Group are active in Louisiana Associated General Contractors (LAGC); Pelican Chapter, Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (Pelican ABC); Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC); Construction Financial Managers Association (CFMA); Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel (LADC); The American Bar Association (ABA) Forum on the Construction Industry; Defense Research Institute (DRI); National Roofing Contractors Association; and Roofing Contractors Association of Texas.
As a full service law firm, Taylor Porter offers our clients in the construction industry a broad range of the best legal services available by combining our traditional construction practice with our other specialty practice groups. We aim to provide our clients with the fullest sense of security that all of their legal needs are being tackled by the best and brightest lawyers in their fields.
Our attorneys’ representative experience for our construction clients includes:
Other Practice Areas Affecting Construction Industry Clients