It is small wonder that construction law issues potentially and actually faced by property owners, developers, general contractors and other parties centrally involved in construction projects across Southern California are many and complex.
After all, just consider what is involved in a large-scale building endeavor that proceeds from an initial planning stage to ultimate completion.
Embryonic ideas must take shape and come to fruition through their articulation in contract negotiations and drafting. Design elements must be carefully considered and followed through on. Closest attention must be paid to state and federal requirements regarding building specifications and codes, environmental factors, zoning issues and myriad other matters. Construction must scrupulously follow best practices to avoid work deficiencies in design, structural integrity, material-related issues, foundation concerns regarding building stability and a long list of additional problems that can arise.
The number of "things that can go wrong" on a construction project makes for a very lengthy laundry list of quite literal top-to-bottom considerations, spanning roof-related issues to expansive soil conditions resulting in subsurface deficiencies.
And in between those extremes resides an encompassing universe of adverse possibilities that can play out in contract litigation relating to construction projects.
Like concrete and masonry problems, for instance. Like mechanical and electrical snafus. Doors and windows that just don't work properly are often points of contention in construction frays. So, too, are materials that are found to be inferior.
Being well prepared -- and well protected legally -- at the inception of any construction endeavor is critically important for minimizing risk and enhancing the prospects of business success.
A business principal with questions or concerns regarding any aspect of a construction project can secure timely answers from a proven construction law attorney, as well as diligent legal representation that closely assesses risk and is routinely focused upon best-outcome scenarios.