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Tampa Construction Law Attorney

Reliable counsel from a project’s inception to its end

Saady & Saxe, P.A. has handled a broad range of construction issues in state and federal courts, arbitration proceedings and before various administrative bodies in New York, Florida and other states on a pro hac vice basis. Contact our Tampa construction law attorneys today. These issues include:

  • Delay claims
  • Extra work claims
  • Code violations
  • Breach of contact claims, written and oral
  • Construction defects
  • Foundation defect claims
  • Chinese dry wall claims
  • Roofing claims, commercial and residential
  • Electrical, plumbing and HVAC
  • Surety claims and defenses
  • Performance and payment bond matters
  • Damage claims, including calculation issues
  • Lien law issues
  • Changed or unanticipated conditions claims
  • Sink hole claims
  • Subsurface condition claims
  • Defective concrete claims
  • Structural defects
  • Geotechnical issues
  • Soil subsistence issues
  • Federal Miller Act claims
  • Licensing issues

Located in the Tampa area, our firm represents a wide range of construction industry clients:

  • Owners, commercial and residential
  • Developers
  • Architects
  • Engineers
  • Subcontractors
  • Material suppliers
  • Equipment rental companies
  • Sureties

Our construction litigation record includes:

  • A two-day arbitration arising out of construction of a multimillion-dollar home in Tampa, Florida, specifically, claims concerning the roof placed on the home, and complaints that the roof installed was not to code and badly constructed, and required complete removal and installation of a new roof
  • A two-week trial in Circuit Court, Hillsborough County, Tampa, Florida between two homeowners and a large national builder over subsistence conditions under the home after construction was complete
  • A week-long jury trial in circuit court, Hillsborough County, Tampa, Florida between homeowners and a sinkhole repair contractor concerning failure to pay insurance proceeds after repair work was performed and approved
  • A four-day breach of contract arbitration in Tampa, Florida between a contractor and a homeowner for the contractor’s failure to construct a conservatory at the owner’s home
  • A week-long breach of contract arbitration between a contractor and homeowners over renovation and addition work performed by the contractor. The case included a strong focus on lien law issues, including whether a lien filed had been “exaggerated”
  • A three-day breach of contract arbitration between a general contractor and site work subcontractor concerning work performed by the site work subcontractor
  • A complex and extremely large Miami, Florida matter between and among a Chicago-based assisted living facility owner, a Chicago-based architect and approximately 20 Miami subcontractors touching on various issues, including architectural malpractice, diversion of trust funds, payment of bond claims and defenses, and multiple breach of contract issues
    • The case was resolved short of trial after two weeks of mediation.
  • A month-long trial representing a general contractor against the city of New York in a school construction claim in supreme court, Kings County, New York
  • A three-month construction trial in New York City against the city of New York
  • A month-long jury trial in the Southern District of New York Federal Court concerning a Miller Act dispute between a general contractor and subcontractor on a project in West Point, New York
  • A two-week jury trial in the Eastern District of New York Federal Court concerning a claim by a concrete subcontractor against a general contractor arising from a U.S. Postal Service project in Brooklyn for construction of a 300,000-square-foot super flat floor
  • A week-long arbitration in New York City between a Park Avenue co-op owner and a general contractor who performed renovation work at the co-op

Diligently serving the construction industry in Tampa, FL

Our Tampa construction law attorneys do not back down from a fight, even in complex cases. When your company interests are on the line, contact Saady & Saxe, P.A. for the caliber of legal representation you deserve.

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