A recent report by The Brookings Institution noted that the infrastructure in the U.S. has over the years failed to receive an adequate investment to maintain national growth and economic health. Because of stringent regulatory processes, inadequate public financial resources and the complexity of infrastructure development, construction and maintenance, the public sector is looking increasingly
Dennis focuses on construction law and contract suretyship matters. He counsels public and private building owners, tenants, lenders, building contractors, design professionals, subcontractors, and sureties. Dennis's capabilities span a period of over 25 years in his handling of complex transactions that often involve construction finance, contract procurement and negotiation, and commercial-related litigation and alternative dispute resolution. Read his full bio here.