The term "construction law" conveys all sorts of problems that may arise from the built environment. In large projects, the A/E (Architect‐Engineer) contract usually spells out the details. In smaller projects, there may be a simpler, non‐uniform agreement between the parties.
Typical situations usually involve non-payment, work delays, mechanics liens and specifications mix-ups.
Mr. Erickson is unique among attorneys in this area of law because he has been trained in architectural school both while an undergraduate at Washington State University and while a graduate student in architecture and planning at the University of Michigan and Savannah College of Art & Design.
Mr. Erickson has a particular interest in institutional projects as his architectural thesis was in the design of courthouses, fire, police and correctional facilities.
Lawsuits in this area are complex and involve an intricate understanding of all phases of development, from design development to the final punch-list, including the contractual relationship between suppliers, sub-contractors, general contractors and owners.
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