Construction

Rich May attorneys have significant and diverse experience in the construction industry and offer a broad spectrum of legal services to owners, developers, contractors, and subcontractors, including:

  • Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Contracts
  • Financing
  • Development of residential, commercial, office, retail and industrial projects
  • Transaction structuring, tax planning, entity selection and formation
  • Commercial litigation
  • Mechanics liens

Representative Transactions

Represented regional renewable energy developer in negotiation and execution of engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts with respect to several utility scale wind generation facilities.

Argued the seminal case on subcontractor liens before the U.S. Supreme Judicial Court.

Represented international renewable energy developer in negotiation and execution of engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts with respect to several utility scale solar and biomass generation facilities.

General Counsel to a lumber supplier to the construction industry.

Represented JHR Development in the building of an Inn at Brunswick Station in Maine.

Assisted scaffolding company with the preparation of an LLC Agreement.

Represented large specialty construction company in a successful merger with another specialty construction company.

Represented a construction contractor in the successful resolution of a claim brought by the Department of Labor alleging that the contractor had failed to pay in excess of $600,000 in overtime due to employees for time spent traveling to and from job sites.

Related Practice Areas

  • Corporate & Securities
  • Litigation & Dispute Resolution
  • Land Use & Environmental Law
  • Energy, Renewables & Regulated Industries