As you consider major maintenance projects for your building, ask your design professionals for advice.
Some materials, such as wood, have been in use since humans first started building. More recently, condominium and cooperative boards have found themselves faced with different building façade issues, from insulation problems to wood windows. There are also issues with the upkeep of concrete walkways and in some cases reinstallation as well. This white paper reviews how, in the twenty-first century, there are increased options which can prove to be easier on both the environment and finances.
A seasoned legal professional with over 30 years of experience, she brings significant knowledge to her practice which concentrates on construction industry matters
She has extensive experience litigating construction disputes for public works and buildings in both the public and private sectors, as well as preparing contract documents including design-build, construction management, guaranteed maximum price, and fixed-price contracts
Recognized thought leader in the construction law community in New York
Current vice president of the New York State Bar Association and the former president of the New York County Lawyers Association
Frequent speaker and author on topics relating to construction law and publishes “The Co-Op Condo Help Line” appearing monthly in various Mann Report publications
Member of Law360‘s 2020 Construction Editorial Advisory Board