What Is Considered a Federal Construction Project?
Projects paid for by the federal government—or by a subsidiary of the federal government that acts as the owner—are considered federal projects. Many times, these construction projects are governed by the Miller Act.
The Miller Act has its own set of federal legal requirements for claims against the surety/bond, when lien rights derive and/or expire, and the venue and process for construction claimants to make construction litigation claims relative to a federal construction project.
Our construction lawyers are experienced and ready to assist your construction company in ensuring you effectively navigate the Miller Act as well as other federal regulatory schemes, compliance issues, and other requirements on federal construction projects.
If you are seeking an attorney for your federal construction project case, call an experienced construction attorney today. Contact us online now or call us at (504) 500-1111.