federal construction dispute lawyersWatson & Associates federal construction practice frequently helps small businesses and large government contractors to combat and overcome adverse agency actions. Our government construction lawyers focus exclusively on federal contract disputes.

With previous experience working with federal agencies, the law firm is in a unique position to represent clients across the United States and overseas.

The law firm frequently represents clients in a variety of government construction contract disputes and litigation including differing site condition claims, construction claims regarding scope changes, responding to cure notices, and show cause notices on federal construction contracts.

Legal Counsel and Nationwide Guidance in Government Construction Projects

 

  • Construction defects
  • Cost overruns
  • Defective design claims
  • False Claims Act
  • Government investigations
  • Federal and state government contracts
  • Joint venture agreements
  • Contract teaming agreements
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
  • Payment disputes
  • Post-construction claims
  • Pre-award advice and counsel
  • Project closeout
  • Federal small business and compliance issues

The law firm provides legal counsel on military and federal construction contracts regarding Contract Disputes Act claims and appeals. Our attorneys practice before the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (ASBCA), Civilian Board of Contract Appeals (CBCA), U.S. Court of Federal Claims in addition to appeals before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. We also frequently represent clients in construction disputes related to payment issues, government construction defect allegations, construction claims and payment disputes and concerns related to FAR compliance and SBA small business disputes.

Government Construction Contract Attorney Services

Watson’s government construction attorneys help with:

Federal Construction Contract Disputes Lawyers

Watson & Associates, LLC, our federal construction contract lawyers also handle a wide variety of federal government contracting cases, including the following:

Contract delay claims: When companies bid on federal jobs, it is common for the contracting officer to deny claims for legally valid delay claims in the contract agreement. The common dispute is whether or not there is a compensable claim, or whether the agency was required to give you extra time to complete the project. As construction claims lawyers, we often help with appeals to the various boards of contract appeals and the Court of Federal Claims.

Weather delay claims and differing site conditions: This yet a very common dispute between general contractors on a federal construction project. When companies experience differing site conditions, there are some deadlines that must be followed. Our lawyers help with issues regarding site inspections and more. Watson’s Federal construction litigation attorneys are well-versed in areas such as affiliation, HUBZone requirements, SDVOSB construction cases, and contractors certified under the SBA 8(a) Business Development Program.

Contract violations, litigation, and compliance with Contract Disputes Act requirements: When a contractor fails to correctly process claims, the contracting officer will often deny your request. After award, our procurement attorneys provide legal advice on FAR compliance, scope changes, differing site conditions, and preparing timely Contract Disputes Act claims

Federal Miller Act disputes: When contractor contracts involve issues related to payment bonds and performance bonds, our Federal Miller Act consultants can provide the requisite legal services to provide cost-effective results.

Federal Construction Litigation & Appeals Lawyers

When the agency makes an adverse decision and alleges that you violated procurement laws, we prepare to handle to dispute on appeal to the requisite appellate court. As federal government construction litigation lawyers, we frequently appear before the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals (CBCA); the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (ASBCA); GAO; SBA OHA and the Small Business Administration for size protest and affiliation matters, the US Court of Federal Claims (COFC) and the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. See information on Preparing and Defending Government Contract Claims Under the Contract Disputes Act.

Contact Government Construction Contract Lawyers 

If you are involved with construction for the federal government and looking to find a federal government construction disputes lawyer or construction claims lawyer that understands federal government construction contracts, call Watson & Associates, LLC law firm toll-free at 866-601-5518 to schedule a FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION.