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Carlton Fields Nationally Ranked in Construction Executive’s “The Top 50 Construction Law Firms”

Construction   |   June 14, 2019
Carlton Fields ranked No. 16 nationally in Construction Executive’s inaugural “The Top 50 Construction Law Firms” list. Hundreds of law firms were surveyed, and the publication ranked firms based on criteria including the number of construction attorneys, the number of states where the firm is licensed to practice, and the age of the firm’s construction practice.
 
Carlton Fields’ Construction practice is consistently recognized as a national leader. The firm’s Construction Litigation practice earned a national first-tier ranking in The Best Lawyers in America 2019 Guide. For the 17th consecutive year, the firm’s Construction practice was ranked No. 1 in Florida in Chambers USA 2019.
 
The firm provides legal services on all aspects of construction, including pre-bid considerations; contract drafting and letting; construction administration; liens; bonds; insurance; and dispute resolution, including mediation, arbitration, settlement, and trial. The firm’s construction lawyers have experience in projects such as office buildings, condominiums, water treatment plants, power plants, airports, schools, highways, subdivisions, solid waste disposal plants, residential or apartment developments, process plants, arenas, stadiums, convention centers, hotels, and other special-use facilities. 
 
Construction Executive reaches more than 135,000 construction business owners. It provides advice, strategies, and information to help improve the day-to-day operations of the nation’s largest and most active contracting businesses.

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