Handling construction disputes for 34 years.
With 34 years of experience practicing construction law in Virginia, Marrs & Henry can help you build solutions to the problems affecting your residential, commercial, industrial or public development projects.
The firm handles construction disputes for a wide variety of clients, including contractors, subcontractors, materials vendors, property owners, developers, architects, engineers and construction companies. Our experienced team advocates for our clients’ interests in court, in arbitration, and in administrative agency hearings, and is dedicated to providing clients with the best possible results.
Marrs & Henry helps clients avoid and resolve construction disputes in the following areas:
- Architectural and engineering errors
- Contract disputes
- Collections and payment disputes
- Insurance and bond claims
- Materials suppliers’ rights
- Mechanic’s liens
Architectural and Engineering Conflicts
Errors and omissions in site plans can severely affect the progress of your project. Marrs & Henry has extensive experience handling these disputes from every angle and has protected the interests of contractors, owners, architects and engineers when conflicts of this nature arise.
Construction projects often require the signing of countless contracts to secure access to labor and materials. When one of these contracts is breached, it can cause havoc on your work site. Marrs & Henry will help you work to finish on time and to get paid whenever possible, or to pursue compensation for mistreatment when that proves necessary. The firm also helps clients draft and review contracts to protect their interests in planned new projects.
Collections and Payment Disputes
The firm handles all situations involving payment disputes, including:
- Bid contests, mistakes and protests
- Non-payment for extra work
- Surety bond claims
- Stop notices
- Work stoppages and delays
- Mechanic’s liens
- Procurement a
- Procurement Act and other governmental claims processes
Marrs & Henry expects the unexpected, and our attorneys work to get their clients the relief they are seeking. They also represent property developers and owners, helping them fight unjustified claims brought against them.
Material Suppliers’ Rights
Marrs & Henry helps suppliers receive the payment they deserve by developing plain-language, effective account agreements, personal guarantees, and internal procedures for your staff to help you stay on top of problematic accounts. When nonpayment persists, we have extensive experience in the collection process.
Marrs & Henry helps contractors and material suppliers draft, serve, file and enforce mechanic’s liens to ensure payment for the value they provide. The firm also represents contractors, developers and owners, helping them manage or contest liens when needed to keep a project moving.
Contact Marrs & Henry today at 804-662-5711 for answers to your construction law questions.