Construction Services

Download PDF Version

Cole Schotz provides comprehensive construction related services, for every phase of construction projects, both public and private, throughout the country. Our services include the preparation and negotiation of complex construction contracts, advising on requisite insurance coverage, surety and bonding needs, labor laws and union participation, and company formation and ownership agreements, and providing counseling on contract administration, lien claims, risk management, and environmental and OSHA compliance.


Construction Services Representative Matters

The Firm’s construction attorneys frequently prepare and negotiate complex construction contracts, including construction management agreements, license agreements with adjoining property owners, development agreements, agreements between owners and design professionals, including architects, and subcontracts.  Representative matters include the following:

  • Prepared and negotiated the construction management agreement and subcontracts for the developer of the International Gem Tower in Manhattan’s Diamond District, a commercial condominium designed specifically for the diamond and jewelry trade.
  • Represented the developer of 200 11th Avenue in West Chelsea, the first New York City building to feature a Sky Garage (car elevator).
  • Prepared and negotiated the design build contract and other agreements for the developer of the New York Wheel, the tallest observation wheel in the world and the only one in New York City.
  • Drafted construction and consultant agreements for the developer of One57, which, upon completion, will be the tallest residential building in New York City.
Are You At Risk of Criminal Charges?

Construction Today October 11, 2016

Don't Sleep on Your NJ Construction Lien Enforcement Deadline

Real Estate & Construction Law September 21, 2016

Your Invaluable Mechanic's Lien Rights - Exercise Them!

Real Estate & Construction Law May 5, 2016

LLC Dissolution: A More Demanding Process

New York Law Journal July 13, 2015

The New Jersey Supreme Court has reopened the doors to Affordable Housing Litigation

Real Estate & Construction Law Monitor March 11, 2015

OSHA Issues Final Rules On Reporting Injuries In The Workplace

Environmental & Energy Law Monitor October 1, 2014

The Absolute Pollution Exclusion May Not Be That Absolute

Environmental & Energy Law Monitor August 20, 2014

Doctrine of Patent Ambiguity Bars Contractor's Substantial Claim For Extra Work

Real Estate & Construction Law Monitor August 15, 2013

Subcontractor's Right to Payment

New Jersey Law Journal October 22, 2007

Home Improvement Contractors Beware

Cole Schotz Docket Spring 2007


Hosted on the FirmWise platform.

© Cole Schotz P.C.


The materials on this site have been prepared by Cole Schotz P.C. for general informational purposes only and are not intended to constitute legal advice. Viewers should not act upon this information without seeking professional counsel on the specific facts and circumstances in question from an attorney licensed in their jurisdiction. Use of this site does not create an attorney-client relationship between the user and Cole Schotz or any lawyer(s) within the firm. Any information sent to Cole Schotz or its lawyers through this site will not be treated as confidential and is not protected by the attorney-client privilege.

© Cole Schotz P.C.

Attorney Advertising

This website is an advertisement for a law firm. Statements and previous outcomes do not imply similar results in your matters.

© Cole Schotz P.C.