Litigation and Appeal – Creative Argument for General Contractor

When a cruise line operator went out of business owing our contractor client money, we came up with a creative approach to getting them paid. Situation A large public owner agreed to lease a port terminal to a cruise line operator. The lease required improvements to be made to the existing terminal facility. Our general contractor client worked with the cruise line operator in developing the specific scope of work.

Arbitration – Non-Payment

When our client, an international design firm, was not paid for services rendered on two significant projects, we filed claim against the developer. Situation Our client was contracted by a private developer to provide design services for the development of a precast concrete manufacturing facility in Florida and for a related public-private partnership for the design and construction of a highway infrastructure project in Honduras. Outcome Kirwin Norris successfully tried.

ADR – Delay Claim

Project delays can cost construction firms big money. We helped our client, a national general contractor, recoup their losses after a project was delayed for over a year. Situation Kirwin Norris was requested to assist our client in the closeout of a public correctional facility project. The project suffered numerous and significant scheduling impacts which delayed it approximately 500 days. Our firm worked directly with our client’s project personnel (including.