Construction Law Practice Group

The Construction Law Group at Low Murchison Radnoff has a wealth of experience and knowledge in handling the legal issues surrounding your construction project – from conception to completion and beyond. As advisors to your industry, we understand the many issues that you encounter and we can assist you in moving your project towards a successful conclusion.

We have acted for large owners (including the federal government, municipalities, universities and colleges), homeowners, mortgagees, developers, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers. We can help you at every step of your project. We assist in drafting contracts, RFPs and tenders, and we are experienced in resolving issues over change orders, delays and deficiencies.

We assist in construction financing for both owners and financing companies, and we have significant experience in bonding and sureties.

Our group has over 90 years of experience with construction litigation and dispute resolution.

We have experience in lien actions, contract disputes, delay claims and issues relating to faulty workmanship. Our group has written numerous articles and we have spoken on matters dealing with construction issues for organizations throughout North America. We have spoken on numerous occasions regarding the new Construction Act. We can guide you through this new legislation, which is now in effect.

Lawyers Practicing in Construction Law

Christopher K. Lamm
Gary Boyd
David Debenham
Harry A. Gregoropoulos
Ron Petersen


Should you have your construction contracts reviewed before you sign them?

Yes, at Low Murchison Radnoff LLP we regularly review construction contracts and provide value added advice.

What is the Construction Act?

This is new legislation designed to streamline construction projects, speed up payment of trades and contractors and generally speed up construction.

Does the Construction Act apply in landlord-tenant fit ups and renovations?

Yes, the changes related to landlord – tenant construction is significant and may apply to your project. There may now be liability on the landlord for the work of the subtrades.