Contract Preparation & Review

Axley attorneys routinely prepare construction contracts for owners, architects, engineers, construction managers, contractors and subcontractors. We routinely review and revise AIA, EJCDC, DBIA, Consensus and AGC contracts for their clients. Our construction contract attorneys strive to prepare balanced agreements that properly allocate risk to the party who is in the best position to minimize the risk throughout the construction process.

Axley regularly represents municipalities, architects, engineers, construction managers, contractors and subcontractors in reviewing public works contracts. We also represent parties in disputes concerning public works contracts.

Our construction contract attorneys represent numerous transportation companies in this heavily regulated area. We have extensive experience in the preparation of transportation contracts under the Truth In Leasing Act, and we have successfully represented a number of trucking companies throughout the Midwest.


Contract Preparation & Review Attorneys

Client Successes

Contract Preparation - $200M Manufacturing Facility
Represented owner preparing contract documents for $200 million dollar manufacturing facility

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