Since we opened our doors in 1979, we have served many knowledgeable and skilled contractors and sureties on public projects in the State of Michigan. They can tackle the most challenging jobs around, but knowing the law applicable to any job can be difficult to understand.
At the Deneweth, Dugan & Parfitt law firm in Troy, Michigan, our construction law attorneys are knowledgeable in representing contractors and sureties on public projects in Michigan. Contact us online or call 248-290-0400 to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.
Know the Requirements for State-Funded Projects
Highway projects and other non-highway state-funded projects have their own set of rules and requirements. For sureties, general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers, it is important to understand your rights and obligations under state law for construction contracts including:
- Surety bond notice requirements are similar for state-owned hospital construction, government office buildings, courthouses, jails, prisons, or any construction on state property that is not highway related.
- Performance bonds and payment bonds — under Michigan law, projects of a certain size are required to have bonds for labor and materials.
- If you have a construction dispute on a state-funded project, be aware of your rights to make a claim against surety bonds.
At our law firm, you will find lawyers with extensive knowledge of the construction industry as well as the requirements for state-funded construction contracts.
Contact Us if Your Construction Firm Is Handling a State Public Works Project
Located in Troy, Michigan, our firm serves individuals and companies involved in business, construction, manufacturing and real estate transactions and disputes. Our business and construction law attorneys provide our clients with a high level of knowledge and experience. Contact us online to set up a telephone or office consultation to discuss your legal needs.