In the current Colorado residential, commercial, and industrial building climate, disputes over delay claims, scope changes, defects, unforeseen site conditions, and contract termination claims have been inevitable. Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP attorneys represent clients in all aspects and phases of these disputes, both in the courtroom and in arbitration proceedings in the context of commercial, industrial, or residential projects. We frequently litigate disputes involving delay claims, engineering and design defects, failure to construct per plans, expansive soils, and others. We work with clients in all aspects of the industry – builders, developers, design professionals, general contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers – to keep them current with the latest concepts and contractual considerations.
We have attorneys with experience drafting and negotiating construction contracts involving a variety of commercial, industrial, and residential projects for various industries. This experience includes construction and demolition contracts, architectural, construction management and engineering contracts, build-to-suit and development agreements, tenant improvement build-out, urban infrastructure contracts, and contracts for specific industries such as schools, medical offices, power generation, warehousing, and data centers. We work with clients in all aspects of the industry – public and private owners, builders and developers, design professionals, general contractors, design-builders, subcontractors, and suppliers of construction components and products.
A recent Colorado Supreme Court case has clarified the statutory tolling provision concerning third-party construction defect claims. In Goodman v...