Conner Gwyn Schenck PLLC attorneys have years of experience representing clients in a wide range of construction suretyship matters. Our suretyship practice involves claims and disputes arising out of bid, performance and payment bonds, and indemnity and recovery on behalf of construction sureties. In addition, we represent payment bond claimants on Miller Act and “Little Miller Act” claims and performance bond obligees.

Our attorneys are uniquely qualified to assist sureties, contractors, and obligees with performance and payment bond issues arising prior to, and following, default and termination. In our construction surety practice, we represent clients on federal, state, and local public projects and on private projects. Working in conjunction with engineers and construction consultants, we regularly assist in evaluating work in place and to be performed, negotiating completion agreements, preparing re-let packages, monitoring completion work and applications for payment, and asserting and defending performance and payment bond claims.

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