St. Louis Metro Area Construction Law Attorneys

Unfortunately, construction projects can end up in dispute no matter how carefully the parties try to avoid them. Sometimes these disputes can be resolved with a telephone call or letter. Most, however, will require assistance from an experienced construction litigation attorney. Herzog Crebs LLP offers broad-ranging experience and in-depth familiarity with all forms of construction dispute resolution, from that single phone call or letter up to and including trial and appeal.

Herzog Crebs LLP represents an immensely varied clientele in the construction industry, including, on a regular basis, owners, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, lenders, developers, engineers, architects and other design professionals. We apply this experience when representing each client in trial and arbitration, from negotiation, to mediation, to lawsuit, to trial and, when necessary, through appeal. From the more common disputes to the most complex, Herzog Crebs LLP regularly handles matters involving all aspects of construction dispute resolution, including:

  • Bankruptcy

  • Bidding

  • Bonds

  • Breach of contract

  • Breach of warranty

  • Building code violations and regulatory compliance

  • Delay claims

  • Design/build

  • Environmental

  • Insurance

  • Liquidated damages

  • Mechanic's liens

  • Payment

  • Performance
  • Professional liability

  • Scheduling

  • Termination

  • Workmanlike manner

We also have extensive trial experience involving multiple parties and numerous claims, counterclaims and cross-claims.

Herzog Crebs LLP attorneys also have extensive litigation and alternative dispute resolution experience with tribunals such as the American Arbitration Association (AAA), United States Arbitration and Mediation and Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Services. Our experience as mediators and arbitrators helps when we are called upon to represent a client, either in court or in arbitration.

Our attorneys practicing in construction law:

Gene J. Brockland, Michael A. Vitale, James R. Keller, Don W. Ward, Daniel S. Peters, James D. Maschhoff, John G. Beseau, Brian M. Wacker, Christian J. Bowling