December 8, 2020
Greenberg Traurig’s Jacqueline Greenberg Vogt has more than 20 years of experience in construction law and concentrates on construction contracting and litigation. She regularly assists clients from the initial conception and project delivery planning stages through the negotiation of contracts and bid preparation and has experience resolving all types of construction disputes.
Vogt has litigated payment disputes, lien claims, claims of defective design and construction, complex delay claims, indemnity claims, personal injury claims, labor and employment issues, default and convenience terminations, and claims against surety bonds and construction insurance policies as well as creditor’s rights and bankruptcy issues in the construction arena. She has tried cases to state courts, administrative tribunals and arbitration panels.
Currently, Vogt represents the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation with respect to the construction claims process of its $1.2-billion Rapid Bridge Replacement Project (RBR) in which PennDOT replaced 558 structurally deficient bridges around the state while minimizing impacts to the traveling public. The RBR Project is reportedly the first of its kind in the nation to bundle the replacement of hundreds of bridges in a public-private partnership agreement.
Vogt advised a major contractor on project closeout issues related to its role as project manager overseeing multiple contractors working on the NYC Rapid Repair Program, which provided temporary repairs to restore heat, power and hot water to New York City residences damaged by Hurricane Sandy in 2012. She also publishes frequently in the area of construction law.
It’s for these reasons that we named Jacqueline Greenberg Vogt to our inaugural grouping of Lawyers in Real Estate. These are real estate attorneys who have distinguished themselves in both their practice and the larger community.
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