Our Team

Established in 1909, Wendel Rosen is one of the oldest law firms in the San Francisco Bay Area. With a history rooted deeply in California construction and real estate, the attorneys of Wendel Rosen’s Construction Practice Group have worked on some of the most important projects in California and outside the state, from iconic landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge to the shiniest new additions to the San Francisco skyline such as the Salesforce Tower.

Who We Represent

Wendel Rosen’s construction attorneys have assisted clients involved in nearly every aspect of design and construction, including owners, developers, architects, engineers, construction managers, contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, equipment lessors, sureties and insurers.

Projects We’ve Assisted With

Our project-specific experience spans a wide range of public and private projects from mixed-use developments to high-tech manufacturing facilities. Among the projects we’ve been involved with, include, to name a few, airports, apartments, bridges, commercial buildings, highways, hospitals, military bases, ports, power plants, prisons, residential developments, retail buildings, schools, solar farms, universities and water projects.

Experience in the Areas You Need

Wendel Rosen’s construction attorneys have assisted clients with nearly every legal issue which could arise from project formation through project closeout. Among the issues we have assisted clients with include contractor licensing, pre-qualification, local preferences, MBE/WBE/DVBE, bid protests, subcontractor substitutions, prevailing wage, contract drafting and negotiations, green building, performance and payment issues, defect, delay and acceleration claims, mechanics liens, stop notice and bond claims, abandonment and termination, false claims, liquidated damages, and indemnity and insurance issues.

Our Team

Garret Murai – Co-Chair

Quinlan Tom – Co-Chair

 

 

 

 

 

Gary Barrera

Matthew Graham

 

 

 

 

 

Yasmeen Omidi

Donald Simon

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