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The Construction Law Foundation’s Flagship Conference Returns to Alamo City
For the 11th year in a row, Spire Consulting Group will be attending and serving as a Construction Manager sponsor for The State Bar of Texas’ Annual Construction Law Conference in San Antonio. The conference will be held at La Cantera Resort & Spa from March 2-3. This year, the event offers a wide-range of insightful sessions including “So You Think You Have a Mediated Settlement”, “Differing Site Conditions: What Difference Do They Make?”, and “Coverage for Construction Defects Under CIPs – What Do You Do?”, just to name a few.
Spire will be well-represented this year with Anthony Gonzales, Kate Hull, Jesus Schuldes, Marcelo Azambuja, and Tamara Savinas in attendance. The team looks forward to interacting with top Texas construction law professionals and driving discussions in areas such as standards of care, schedule delays, and productivity impacts. Specifically, Spire looks forward to collaborating with other conference attendees and bringing innovative ideas on construction law to light to ensure that every client’s vision becomes a reality.
Each member looks forward to reconnecting with friendly faces and building new relationships during the conference, at the Golf Tournament, at the Texas Women’s Construction Law Group Meeting, and of course, at Spire’s booth, located in the exhibit hall. If you need help keeping your project on track, stop by the booth to enter Spire’s traditional Apple Watch give-away!
Throughout Texas and the world, Spire provides law firms, owners, and contractors with the advantage of expertise, delivering information that is clear, concise, and objective. Spire’s seasoned professionals have experience in identifying, analyzing, and preparing claims and disputes for construction and engineering projects. From mediation, arbitration and litigation consulting to expert testimony, Spire has the services to support clients in every phase of the dispute resolution process. Challenges arise. How you resolve them will make the difference.
To learn more about the 30th Annual Construction Law Conference, please click here.