Construction Document Preparation

The knowledge and experience of the ScottHulse Law Firm’s construction attorneys enable the firm to draft and negotiate project documents that translate into a competitive advantage for its clients.

The successful completion of any construction project depends greatly on the quality of the project documents. Project documents that fail to address issues or that are ambiguous often result in unnecessary delays and costly disputes.

Our construction lawyers draft and negotiate custom contracts and can review and modify standard industry forms in order to meet the special circumstances of any project, including:

  • Design agreements with architects and engineers
  • Requests for qualifications/proposals
  • Bid packages
  • Joint venture agreements
  • Design-build contracts
  • Construction management agreements
  • Owner/Contractor agreements (lump sum, cost-plus, and unit price)
  • Subcontractor agreements
  • Purchase order/supply contracts
  • Payment and performance bonds

As part of this process, our construction law attorneys advise clients on the steps they should take at the outset of a project to define properly the rights and duties of the various parties in order to reduce the potential risks during construction and after project completion.

With offices in El Paso and Las Cruces, New Mexico, as well as the ability to provide licensed legal representation in Mexico, ScottHulse and it construction lawyers are well-positioned to assist clients with construction-related matters in the Texas, Mexico and New Mexico Borderplex region.

Robert R. Feuille
Construction Attorney

Henry J. Paoli
Construction Attorney

James M.H. Feuille
Construction Attorney