Construction Defect Mediation of Disputes

Residential, commercial and public works defects, delay claims, engineering and infrastructure disputes

Real estate construction disputes in Nebraska. The complexity of most construction projects naturally lends itself to disagreements between owners, architects, engineers and contractors.   Adversarial real estate litigation in court may result.

Construction defect mediation can be a more effective way of resolving these disputes.  A skilled mediator can help defuse tensions and resolve disputes. This allows all parties to a construction project to move forward.  

Whether the construction project is in progress or completed, parties maintain vested interests in a positive experience.   Construction defect mediation is an option.

Experienced Nebraska attorneys and retired judges are available to mediate and arbitrate construction defect disputes. 

Construction Defect Mediation Services in Omaha, Nebraska

  • residential construction of new-build homes
    • home buyers and home builders
    • general contractors and subcontractors
  • residential renovation of existing houses
    • homeowners and contractors
    • generals and subs
  • commercial construction
    • new office buildings
    • retail space
    • hotels and motels
    • industrial facilities
    • parking garages
    • community centers
    • churches
    • libraries
    • other civil buildings
  • commercial renovation or expansion projects, including build-out of leased premises
  • road construction projects
  • utilities and infrastructure construction projects
  • plumbing, electrical, framework, concrete, mill work, siding, roofing, windows, doors, dirt work, foundations, drainage, landscaping

Affirmative Dispute Resolution can provide an unbiased neutral to assist with construction defect mediation or arbitration in Nebraska.  Our main office is in Omaha, Douglas County, but construction defect mediation services are available for construction projects throughout the state, including Lincoln, Grand Island, Scottsbluff, and other urban and rural communities.

Call 402-835-6300 or submit a case online.

Find a Nebraska Attorney Who Mediates Construction Defect Disputes