Sperduto Thompson understands the details of disputes that arise in civil and commercial construction from all vantage points. Our experience includes work for large contractors as well as owner-developers. Our cases involve commercial, industrial, and government construction disputes, including disputes over compensable impacts and delays, constructive changes, complex proof of claims through critical path scheduling, defense and pursuit of surety claims related to lower tier contractors and the vendor supply chain under the Miller Act, as well as commercial bonds.
Sperduto Thompson is currently serving as lead litigation counsel for construction projects undertaken by multi-national enterprise LafargeHolcim. That role involves a number of dispute resolution, mediation, and arbitration proceedings. The firm has also served as lead litigation counsel for the developer of the $1.4 billion international air terminal at JFK International Airport in New York. The “Alliance Agreement” that we co-authored fundamentally altered the economic relationships between the parties and was instrumental in bringing that project in on time. The firm represented the developer selected to construct the new United States Patent and Trademark Office campus, the single largest lease in GSA history. In another matter, we were counsel to the general contractor engaged in a dispute of some $55,000,000 with its structural steel subcontractor.