Our firm was built on our extensive knowledge and experience of construction and real estate development, and we remain thoroughly engaged in the industry.
BPH has built its reputation on the strength of our construction law practice. Our construction law attorneys are leaders in the construction industry, involved in national and local building associations, and often present to a variety of industry groups and other organizations. With decades of experience in the construction industry, our attorneys work with clients across the industry on everything from small builds to large-scale developments from the ground up on issues arising from purchase agreements, warranty and guarantees, surety, insurance, indemnity, licensing, alter ego, bonding, easement, mechanic’s lien and stop notice laws, Miller Act, delay and disruption claims, employment and independent contractor issues, and all types of regulatory matters.
We represent national, regional and local homebuilders, prime/general contractors, architects and engineers, general engineering contractors, construction managers, subcontractors, product manufacturers and suppliers, and landlords and tenants. BPH’s construction lawyers have a thorough understanding and experience in nearly every facet of construction including design build, commercial, hospital, residential, skilled nursing facilities, resorts, casinos, offices, shopping centers, condominium conversions, universities, roads, bridges and highways, water reservoirs, industrial facilities and water supply and reclamation facilities.
Throughout our history, our construction lawyers handle issues large and small on behalf of our construction industry clients, working both on transactional matters and representing clients in complex litigation. Our experience includes complex catastrophic landslides, explosions, gas line strikes, fires and building collapse, mold contamination and complex construction defect claims, including California’s Right to Repair Act (SB 800), eminent domain and inverse condemnation, personal injury, insurance defense, premises liability, contractor licensing, mechanics liens, restoration claims, and other monetary damages, including punitive damages.