Michigan Attorneys Helping Companies With State Funded Construction Projects

State-funded construction projects are specified and regulated. As a contractor, you know how to build a road or building, but complying with the applicable specifications and regulations built into every state-funded project can be a challenge.

At the Deneweth, Dugan & Parfitt law firm in Troy, Michigan, our attorneys have extensive experience guiding clients through the legal paperwork and performance of state-funded projects. Contact us online or call 248-290-0400 to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.

Our Lawyers Know the Rules for State Projects

If you are the prime contractor, a subcontractor or a supplier for a state-funded project, you need to know your rights and your obligations under the law. Similar to the federal Miller Act, the state of Michigan has a Little Miller Act that requires performance bonds and payment bonds for most public projects.

  • If you are pursuing a contract for road construction, highway construction, bridge construction, university construction, schools, courthouses, or construction for any state-funded project, make sure you understand all the requirements of a state construction contract.
  • On certain state-funded projects, contractors are required to pay laborers the prevailing wage. Our construction attorneys advise clients regarding those and other mandated obligations.

Helping Construction Companies Stay in Compliance with the Law

Legal compliance with state-funded projects can be confusing. There are many requirements, and those requirements change. Our law firm stays current with legal requirements so that we can advise our clients and help them stay in compliance.

Contact Us

Located in Troy, Michigan, our firm serves individuals and companies involved in business, construction, manufacturing and real estate transactions and disputes. Our 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.