Chris Roux, co-chair of the firm’s Construction and Government Contracts Group, represents construction owners, contractors and other construction professionals in connection with public and private projects typically involving infrastructure, transportation, commercial, industrial and residential works of improvement. He regularly provides construction counseling to clients on the myriad issues that arise in the construction business, including project planning and procurement, drafting and negotiating contracts, claims avoidance and the resolution of legal issues that commonly arise on construction projects.
He has substantial experience both prosecuting and defending multimillion-dollar public and private extra work, delay and disruption claims in all forums, including state and federal courts, administrative hearings and arbitrations. Chris also has considerable experience litigating construction defect claims where he has represented owners, general contractors, specialty subcontractors and suppliers.
Chris has represented clients in connection with the construction of projects that include P3 projects, heavy industrial and infrastructure construction (refineries, processing plants, power plants, sewers, wastewater treatment plants, manufacturing facilities, bridges, light rail systems, and airports), commercial projects (office buildings, sports stadia, convention facilities, hotels and shopping malls), hospitals, schools and jails, as well as residential and mixed use condominium projects.