Construction Mediation

Our trained and highly experienced construction mediator can help you resolve construction disputes without the cost of litigation. Our construction mediator has mediated numerous construction disputes involving contracts, general contractors, subcontractors, architectural disputes, scheduling, budgets, and cost overruns.

Our construction mediator has over XX years experience and has extensive knowledge of construction projects, their scope, systems, design, and terminology. He also has extensive training in mediation and dispute resolution.

Our construction mediator can resolve construction disputes onsite while projects are in process. This enables you to resolve issues on the spot or in weekly project meetings. This early intervention mediation process is on the cutting edge of construction mediation and enables projects to proceed on time and on budget. Through mediation, expectations are clearly defined and correctly managed; timelines are realistically set and met.

Construction disputes are a constant source of litigation across the nation. Litigation is disruptive and costly both in terms of energy and money. Litigation interrupts cash flow and can reduce options for reinvestment and expansion. It can also cause construction delays. Businesses are discovering that arbitration, another alternative to litigation, has become as expensive and time consuming as litigation itself. Unlike in litigation, construction mediation provides certainty because you retain full control. Disputes are handled quickly, effectively and you retain decision making power because you control the settlement.

If you are involved in a construction conflict or lawsuit, our construction mediation services can help you effectively resolve your claims in the most timely and cost effective manner.

Following are examples of the types of construction mediation projects our construction mediator can handle:

  • Architectural Issues
  • Contract Disagreements
  • Construction Defects
  • Change Orders
  • Commercial and Industrial Projects
  • Residential Projects
  • Consumer Protection
  • General Contractor Claims
  • Subcontractor Claims
  • Retainage and Holdbacks
  • Project Management
  • Performance Issues
  • Scheduling and Timing
  • Quality Control Items
  • Punch List Items
  • Architectural Design
  • Architectural Specifications and Changes
  • Cost Overruns
  • Broker Commissions
  • Escrow Terminations
  • Insurance Claims
  • Bonding and Performance
  • New Construction/Renovation
  • Negligence
  • Home Sale Contracts
  • Landlord-Tenant
  • Condominiums and Apartments
  • Associations and Cooperatives
  • Deeds
  • Financing
  • Joint Ventures
  • Broker/Agent Contracts
  • Construction Projects Supervision
  • Leasing and Rental Agreements