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Commercial & Retail Construction

Faegre Baker Daniels represents many of the nation's largest commercial and retail clients in a variety of construction-related matters. From development work related to the Mall of America expansion, to representation of the nation's largest shopping mall owner, to advising on many construction-related matters for a nationwide retailer, we have deep and broad experience in the commercial and retail industries. 

Comprehensive Commercial Construction Expertise

We have guided clients through all stages of the construction process, including:

  • Selection of the delivery system
  • Contract drafting and negotiation
  • Mid-project counseling
  • Post-project dispute resolution through negotiation, mediation, arbitration and litigation 

Our construction lawyers counsel owners, contractors and design professionals.

Representative Commercial & Retail Experience

We have advised on a range of commercial projects.

Recent matters include:

  • Successful efforts to keep a completion general contractor out of multimillion-dollar construction defect and delay litigation in a resort community in Colorado
  • Representation of a large commercial retailer on multimillion-dollar fraud claims associated with its national asphalt paving program
  • Representation of an international supplier of food processing equipment in connection with delays arising from two recently completed plants
  • Contract drafting and negotiation work for one of the nation's largest shipping companies

Leveraging our expertise in the commercial and retail industries, we provide cost-effective solutions for clients' construction needs.

Contact

James J. Hartnett IV, Minneapolis
+1 612 766 6924
Carl R. Pebworth, Indianapolis
+1 317 237 1267
Laurence W. DeMuth III, Boulder
+1 303 447 7775


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