Lane Powell’s Construction Team was once again ranked in The Top 50 Construction Law Firms™ list by Construction Executive Magazine. Ranked for the second year in a row, Lane Powell remains among the oldest established Construction Teams named to the list as well as one of few firms headquartered in the Pacific Northwest.
Lane Powell’s Construction Team, led by Jennifer Beyerlein, comprises a deep bench of attorneys who are highly skilled, knowledgeable and well-known for their decades of experience in the construction industry. They work closely with design professionals, public and private project owners, developers and contractors on every aspect of complex construction and built environment projects — from contracts to financing to finishing touches, and where it arises, dispute resolution. The success of the firm’s Construction Team is sprinkled throughout the region as they have been and continue to be actively involved in the major projects that shape it. Further, the Team was also ranked in U.S. News – Best Lawyers® annual “Best Law Firms” survey and Chambers® USA’s inaugural Washington state Construction ranking in 2020, with a market source stating: “They’re excellent — their attorneys are some of the leading attorneys here.”
Construction Executive developed The Top 50 Construction Law Firms™ ranking by asking hundreds of U.S. construction law firms to complete a survey. The data collected included: 1) 2019 revenues from the firm’s construction practice; 2) the number of attorneys in the firm’s construction practice; 3) the percentage of the firm’s total revenue derived from its construction practice; 4) the number of states in which the firm is licensed to practice; 5) the year in which the construction practice was established; and 6) the number of AEC clients served during fiscal year 2019. The ranking was determined by an algorithm that weighted the aforementioned factors in descending order of importance.
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