Successful Construction Projects Start With A Well-Drafted Contract
Construction contracts set the parameters and the tone for the entire project. Attorney Jason Turner has worked diligently to refine his skills with drafting and negotiating contracts, not only to ensure compliance with applicable laws but also to provide a clear, understandable framework that enables the parties to work together effectively throughout the contract term.
The [nap_names id=”FIRM-NAME-3″], counsels general contractors, subontractors, materials suppliers and homeowners in drafting and negotiation of construction contacts. Mr. Turner has more than 20 years of experience, including insights from years of litigating construction disputes on what goes wrong when contracts are ambiguous or poorly thought out.
Talk to a construction lawyer who knows the industry. Based in Irvine, Mr. Turner serves Orange County and beyond.
Experienced Guidance In Construction Law
Jason Turner has significant experience drafting and modifying residential Prime Contracts (contracts between property owners and general contractors) for both “new from the ground up” multimillion-dollar residential estates, and multimillion-dollar renovation projects. In addition to high-end residential projects, he also writes and negotiates contracts for moderate construction projects, and small home renovations. Whether the parties desire to customize an American Institute of Architects (AIA) template or create a fully customized agreement suited to the specific needs of the parties, Mr. Turner knows how to craft a balanced agreement that makes sense.
He provides sophisticated counsel for contractual elements and considerations, including:
- Prime Contracts (contracts entered into between an owner and contractor)
- Subcontract Agreements (contracts entered into between contractors and their subcontractors)
- Purchase Orders (contracts with materials suppliers who are not expected to perform work)
- Scope of work and construction schedules
- General conditions and special conditions
- Drawings and technical specifications
- Cost overruns and delays
- Change orders and substitutions
- Retention agreements and progress payments
- Arbitration clauses or other mechanisms for dispute resolution
- Homeowners association compliance
Jason Turner also has a great deal of experience with home improvement contracts, intended to comply with California’s specific guidelines for the improvement of existing homes. California’s home improvement contract regulations require specific terminology, making it extremely important for homeowners and contractors to utilize a contract that adheres to these regulations.
Start With The Right Foundation
To ensure your construction contracts are clear and enforceable, contact the [nap_names id=”FIRM-NAME-3″], to schedule a free initial consultation. Call Jason Turner at [nap_phone id=”LOCAL-REGULAR-NUMBER-1″] or use the online form.