Contractor Law Offices

Architect & Engineer

New Jersey Commercial Construction Attorneys

At Steven A. Berkowitz & Associates, we understand the issues unique to design professionals. Architects and engineers spend time developing their talents, craft, and expertise in their fields. We understand that the very nature of your work creates special and distinctive problems that require a specific understanding of the issue at hand. At Steven A. Berkowitz & Associates we have that unique perspective and knowledge as Mr. Berkowitz is a trained engineer, having both a degree in engineering and professional experience working as an engineer for a Fortune 200 company. This gives Steven A. Berkowitz & Associates an advantage in any situation representing architects and engineers.

At Steven A. Berkowitz & Associates we represent clients from the negotiation of contracts through the completion of projects. We defend clients against professional liability, negotiate and draft agreements on our client’s behalf, counsel design professionals in loss prevention techniques, handle disputes regarding the design of a project or the engineering efforts required, and much more.

At Steven A. Berkowitz & Associates we help our clients protect their interests. We have experience crafting solutions to fit any issue architects or engineers may face. We understand the level of sophistication, service, and expertise demanded by this specialized industry and we actively work to create efficient solutions for our clients.

The New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania Construction Attorneys at Steven A. Berkowitz & Associates, P.C. focus exclusively on meeting the legal needs of contractors, architects, engineers and owners in the construction industry. We help clients with the bidding process, claims, contract formation, construction litigation, and labor issues in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. To discuss your case, call (856) 350-6060 today or fill out our free case review form.

The client is the most important part of our business.
The client is not dependent on us; we are dependent on him.
The client is not an interruption in our work; he is the purpose of it.
The client is not an outsider to our business; he is a part of it.