Arbitration – Incomplete and Defective Work

Despite failing to properly and timely perform, a general contractor sued our client to foreclose a construction lien for unpaid sums and alleged extras. We not only defeated the claim, we also won a counter claim against the contractor. Situation Kirwin Norris represented medical professionals constructing a new medical office building. In addition to disputing that any money was owed to the general contractor, our clients claimed significant damages against.

Litigation – Changes and Additional Scope

When a developer changed the scope of a construction project without paying our client, a general contractor, for the changes, we prosecuted. And won. Situation Our client was hired by the developer to construct two new buildings for use as both retail and office condominiums in a planned community. During construction, the developer issued significant changes and additional scopes of work which increased the original GMP amount by approximately 50.

Litigation and Appeal – Creative Argument for Condo Assoc

After a general contractor abandoned a condominium project mid-construction, we helped the owners association win a settlement that was double their stated goals. Situation This dispute arose from an ocean front condo project in Northwest Florida. The original general contractor abandoned the project during construction and its surety that posted a performance bond refused to fund the project’s completion. Later, the completion contractor hired by the developer went out of.

Litigation – Recovery in Bankruptcy

After the subcontractor walked off a job and filed for bankruptcy, we helped our client recoup the resulting damages. Situation Situation This dispute arose from the construction of a new public project. The project contained significant concrete related work. During construction of the project, the concrete subcontractor developed financial problems and abruptly walked off the project, without any prior notice to our client, and filed chapter 7 bankruptcy. Our client.