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|About||Sheats & Bailey, PLLC is a law firm dedicated to serving the construction industry that specializes in the practice of commercial and industrial construction law.|
Our practice services all parties to the commercial and industrial construction process. We represent contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, manufacturers, construction owners, government agencies, design professionals, sureties, and manufacturer representatives. We represent companies from across the United States and Canada throughout the court systems of the United States.
Through in-house training and public seminars, we have trained thousands of construction law professionals, contractors, subcontractors, sureties, and design professionals across Canada and throughout the Northeast United States. We have represented clients on projects from as far west as the Northern Mariana Islands and as far east as Maine and Puerto Rico. Our Canadian clientele ranges from British Columbia, Ontario to Quebec.
As a firm that practices construction law and represents all parties to the commercial and industrial construction industries, we are experienced and knowledgeable in all of the fields and all of the perspectives within the industry.
Our firm becomes involved in construction law issues from the very beginning of a project and works with the contractor, subcontractor, supplier, owner, design team, or construction manager to avoid litigation, but at the same time protect the client’s rights. We assist in the evaluation of construction and design concepts, delivery systems, the negotiation and drafting of contracts as well as quotations, purchase orders and all of the various documentation necessary to manufacture, supply and install construction materials on projects throughout the United States.
During the course of your project, we may become involved in claims management and in dispute resolution. Construction law claims are best when they can be avoided. Avoiding claims requires a clear understanding of the contractual mechanisms for managing and presenting claims. In this regard, our construction law analysis includes the in depth evaluation of contrac