Construction

Axley’s Construction Law Team focuses on construction, architecture, building, real estate, engineering, transportation and development matters. Axley has the largest collection of attorneys who regularly practice construction law in the state of Wisconsin. Buck Sweeney and Saul Glazer co-chair the group, each with more than 20 years of experience as construction attorneys.

Many of our Wisconsin attorneys have actual experience in the construction industry – not just in the boardroom, but in the field where important decisions are made.

We bring this expertise to a variety of transactions, including the construction and management of:
  • Health care and scientific facilities
  • Educational facilities
  • Transit and roadway projects
  • Municipal and industrial infrastructure
  • Environmental and waste management sites
  • Sand and gravel quarries
  • Residential and commercial developments
  • Engineering and entertainment complexes

Construction Attorneys

Meet the attorneys who can help you.

Client Successes

Some of our past experience in the field.
Representation of Scaffold Erector
Defended scaffold erector in claim arising from dust explosion in coal dust collector at a public utility in Wisconsin that seriously injured 8 construction workers.
Hofbauer, Tom C.
Construction, Litigation
Represented Steel Manufacturer
Successfully defended steel manufacturer in 4 week jury trial in Milwaukee County arising from the collapse of a warehouse and over $63 million in property damage claims.
Hofbauer, Tom C.
Representation of Clients for Claims Above Insurance Coverage on Construction-Related Accidents.
Sweeney, Buck

Featured Insights

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Non-Conforming Use Gravel Pits in Dane County, Wisconsin

Those of you who own registered, non-conforming gravel pits in Dane County recently received a letter from Dan Everson.  This...
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Legal Primer: Conducting & Managing the Results of Safety Audits

Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act) and its substantive regulations, covered employers are subject to certain safety...

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