Neal & Leroy attorneys have an active practice in the area of public and private construction contract and dispute resolution. The firm has drafted construction agreements and handled construction disputes and litigation for public bodies including the Public Building Commission of Chicago, the Illinois International Port District, the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority, the Chicago Housing Authority, and the University of Illinois.
The firm has also been retained in areas including residential, commercial, and infrastructure development and public art installation projects. Those projects include Soldier Field, McCormick Place North, Chicago Circle South Campus Development, Lakefront Millennium Park, Chicago's Central Police Headquarters, and numerous public school, police station, fire station, and Chicago Housing Authority rehabilitation projects.
The firm’s construction lawyers were instrumental in facilitating innovative construction contracts for noted architect Frank Gehry’s performance pavilion in Millennium Park, construction of which was funded with a mixture of revenue bond proceeds combined with millions of dollars in private donations.
The firm's international construction contracting projects include its representation of the Republic of Mexico in contracting for construction of a new Mexican Consulate in Chicago and its representation of the French firm JC Decaux in contracting and subcontracting for construction of bus passenger shelters and related street furniture in Chicago.
The breadth and depth of the firm’s experience in construction law and construction disputes permits us to provide our clients with an efficient and effective means of bringing major construction projects to fruition with a minimum of friction and expense.
City of Chicago
Public Building Commission of Chicago
Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority
Illinois International Port District
Material Service Corporation
We welcome you to contact Neal & Leroy at (312) 641-7144 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how we may be of service in a Construction matter.