Dallas
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ahight@winstead.com

Andrea Hight is a member of Winstead’s Construction Practice Group. Her practice focuses on the representation of owner, developer and contractor clients in the transactional and dispute resolution aspects of construction law, including assisting clients through the contract negotiation process, contract administration, prevention and resolution of construction-related claims, guidance through the lien and bond process, project close-out and dispute resolution.

Representative Experience

  • Extensive experience in drafting and negotiating construction documents for owners, developers and contractors on commercial construction projects including Owner/Contractor, Owner/CM at Risk, Subcontracts, Purchase Orders and related General Conditions of the Contract; transactional work also includes interpretation and construction of contract clauses, advice concerning insurance and surety coverages and early resolution of day-to-day construction related problems
  • Represents owners and contractors in resolving construction claims, such as defaults, terminations, delays, scheduling, payment issues, payment and performance bond claims and other disputes through negotiation, arbitration and litigation
  • Represents owners and contractors in conducting lien and bond claim analysis on both public and private construction projects

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