Construction Law & Design Professionals Liability


  • Contract drafting, review, negotiation and risk management
  • Licensing issues
  • Mediation or private arbitration
  • Owner and contractor representation in construction disputes
  • Pre-litigation and litigation construction disputes and business practices
  • Project close-out services
  • Specification and bidding documents review

About Construction Law & Design Professionals Liability

Neubert, Pepe & Monteith’s Construction Law & Design Professionals Liability practice provides a broad array of services encompassing all phases of the design and construction process, from construction contract formation and negotiation through close out, claims analysis and litigation. We represent public and private owners, design professionals, and contractors in commercial, institutional, residential and public works projects throughout Connecticut. We handle architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, product liability litigation. In addition, we handle site planning, civil engineering, surveying, and traffic control planning litigation.

The firm also handles personal injury and death cases arising from construction projects, ranging from indoor air quality to industrial accidents. Additionally, cases include equipment accidents, automobile accidents, and construction accidents. Matters also include construction-related products liability matters such as defective construction products and negligent product installation. We work with many of the country’s professional liability insurers to provide pre-claim and claim representation to varied clients. Clients include, architects, engineers, land surveyors and interior designers.

Neubert, Pepe & Monteith offers assistance with drafting, reviewing and negotiating contracts, both standardized and customized. Further, we troubleshoot problems that arise during a project in an effort to avoid formal claims and/or litigation. To further service our clients, we also provide mediation and private arbitration services for construction disputes.