Common Legal Concerns in Construction

Written by Lyle Charles

The construction industry has never been an easy one. Whether it’s building the actual structures, dealing with the multiple parties involved (e.g. contractors, unions, manufacturers, suppliers, etc.), putting up with the elements or just handling client demands, it’s never easy getting a building up on the ground and keeping it there.

Fortunately, there is construction & turnaround services that can help keep your build on track when it’s close to derailing. This is especially important where legal areas are concerned. It doesn’t matter if you’re towing the line, sometimes, you could still find yourself with all kinds of legal matters facing you. At that point, you really need someone who can help.

Common issues in construction will always have to do with zoning and ordinances. You have to play by the rules—which can differ from just a mile in another direction—when it comes to trying to build a home according to the law. Other common issues have to do with paying all your contractors, especially those that are part of a union. You definitely don’t want to run afoul there or your whole build could be shut down.


Construction projects involve too many moving parts to go at it alone, which is why so many companies in your situation rely on Lyles Charles. Aside providing construction advisory services, Mr. Charles is experienced in all facets of the construction industry and can lend his knowledge to help get yours the results you desire.