Work with the construction law experts
Our lawyers bring experience to your construction or building matter. Our clients in building and construction rely on us to provide accurate, timely and commercial advice and to support them through a range of complex situations with legal implications.
Whether you’re a property developer, principal contractor, subcontractor, investor or financier, our lawyers can assess the situation you’re entering into and guide you through the legal process with a solution-focused approach.
Advice, transactional and litigation services to the construction industry
Our lawyers specialise in drafting and reviewing contracts that account for every eventuality and protect your interests. When you’re engaged in a development project, consulting with one of our experts about the contract can manage your legal and financial risk, give you peace of mind and potentially save you money in the future.
Subcontractors and trade contractors often ask Mahoneys to review their terms of engagement and standard-form contracts, which is a wise protective measure should issues arise with financing or the scope of the work.
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Access focused construction advice
Make sure everything is above board and your contracts are airtight with expert advice from Mahoneys construction lawyers. We can draft and review the following:
- Construction contracts
- Trade contracts
- Contracts related to your development project
- Residential building contracts.
Dispute management off your hands
We are used to having the difficult conversations that need to happen sometimes with clients, builders, authorities or subcontractors. For you, you know that you have an advocate on whom you can rely. We can advise you of process, risk, cost and outcomes.
Disputes we deal with include:
- security for payments claims
- QCAT proceedings in its building jurisdiction
- QBCC insurance decision reviews
- Building progress claims
- Delays and time extensions
- Contract management