Jordan Ramis pc. Attorneys at law
Construction Law

Construction Law

Practice Areas

"Given the volume and variety of work we do in the Western United States, our company has had very few disputes. One reason is that the Jordan Ramis team helps prepare agreements that resolve construction contract, labor, and employment issues up front and then trains us how to use them. They focus on analysis, strategy, problem-solving, and alternate dispute resolution — lawsuits are a last resort. Relying on Jordan Ramis' advice helps keep us efficient, profitable, and out of court." — President of a large building and heavy structural construction company

With more than 50 years of construction law history, we know the construction business.  We've earned a reputation as one of the Pacific Northwest's premier construction law firms.  But we're not stuck in the past.  Our construction lawyers are committed to the future of the built environment and the people and businesses who build it.  The Jordan Ramis construction law team of attorneys, paralegals, and consulting analysts use tools, technology, and expertise to meet client demand in the ever-changing construction industry.  When our clients and construction lawyers work together, we deliver results.  We represent construction management, general contractors, sub-contractors, owners, suppliers, and design professionals in a full spectrum of construction-related matters and are here to help, every step of the way.

In addition to the full spectrum of simple to complex construction law services, we offer a few capped fee services to our clients, including our construction contractors collection program, and our capped fee construction contract tune up services.  You can learn more about these construction law services under the services tab to the right.
Construction law services include:
  • Complex construction disputes and impact claims
  • Construction contracts and business contracts, including contract review, drafting and advice
  • Public procurement - state and federal
  • Business and corporate law for contractors and owners
  • Construction liens, construction bond claims, construction notices, and collections
  • Administrative law and regulatory compliance - state and federal - including OSHA, MSHA, and others
  • Risk avoidance and risk management coaching
  • Insurance-related claims
  • Design professionals' liability
  • Construction labor and employment law, including prevailing wage issues
  • Design-build, Integrated Project Delivery, and CMGC project delivery systems
  • Construction financing
  • Construction litigation, arbitration, and mediation
Construction Contractors Collection Program

Flat Fee Contract Tune Up Services