Massachusetts and Rhode Island Full-Service Construction Law Firm

Known for superior work in Rhode Island and Massachusetts construction law

Heald Law, Ltd. is ready to help you with your construction law matters of all levels of complexity. Our reputation is solid and referrals come from many satisfied clients. We serve a wide range of construction industry participants:

  • Large international and national firms
  • Construction companies
  • Commercial/residential owners
  • Engineers
  • Architects
  • Developers
  • Commercial/residential contractors
  • Commercial/residential subcontractors
  • Material suppliers
  • Equipment rental companies
  • Sureties

Representing clients in and out of Massachusetts and Rhode Island courts

Whether your issue happened in a pre-construction phase, during construction or post-construction, Thomas Heald takes care of your interests and fight for the most positive resolution of your issue. We always try to settle your matter out of court but when necessary, we represent you in circuit, state or federal courts if your matter requires litigation. We are also skilled mediators and arbitrators.

Heald Law, Ltd. is ready to handle a broad range of construction issues and services, including:

  • Delay claims
  • Extra work claims
  • Code violations
  • Contract drafting and negotiation
  • Breach of contract claims, written and oral
  • Foundation defect claims
  • Roofing claims, commercial
  • Electrical, plumbing, and HVAC
  • Surety claims and defenses
  • Performance and payment bond matters
  • Damage claims and calculation issues
  • Lien law issues
  • Changed or unanticipated conditions claims
  • Subsurface condition claims
  • Defective concrete claims
  • Structural defects
  • Geotechnical issues
  • Soil subsistence issues
  • Federal Miller Act claims
  • Licensing issues
  • OSHA compliance and safety
  • Development
  • Design contracts
  • Employment, confidentiality, and non-compete agreements
  • Valuation of engineering
  • Analysis of design flaws, delay claims, and construction defects

Serving the construction industry from Providence, Rhode Island

The Rhode Island Supreme Court licenses all lawyers in the general practice of law. The court does not license or certify any lawyer as an expert or specialist in any particular field of practice.