Contact the Utah Construction Law Firm
At Babcock Scott & Babcock, our attorneys have over one hundred years of combined legal experience.
We counsel our clients to avoid disputes. When a claim does arise, we are proactive in advocating
our client's interests. Located in Salt Lake City, Utah,
our firm is the premier construction law firm in
the State of Utah.
We represent owners, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, design professionals, sureties,
and insurance companies in a variety of construction-related disputes in commercial, industrial,
and residential construction projects through Utah and the Intermountain West.
We have significant legal experience. Our attorneys have backgrounds as architects, engineers,
and construction project managers. We also have extensive experience working in and dealing with
trade associations, governmental agencies, the Utah State Legislature and the state and federal
courts in matters affecting the construction industry. We are committed to the concepts of integrity,
responsibility, effective advocacy, and the avoidance and resolution of construction claims.
For assistance with a construction dispute, call (801) 531-7000 or
contact one of our lawyers at Babcock Scott
for directions to our office.
to contact us via email.
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At Babcock Scott & Babcock, we represent clients throughout the Intermountain West and Utah, including
Salt Lake City (SLC), Provo, Orem, West Valley City, Sandy, Draper, Murray, West Valley, Bountiful,
Farmington, Kaysville, Layton, Logan, Price, St George, Midvale, Ogden, West Jordan, Taylorsville,
South Jordan, Cottonwood Heights, Holladay, North Salt Lake, South Salt Lake, Park City, Riverton,
Salt Lake County, Summit County, Utah County, Davis County, Cache County, Juab County, and Weber County.
We also represent clients in Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, California, Colorado, Arizona, Washington, Oregon,
Montana, and New Mexico.
* The black and white photographs on this website are courtesy of the Utah State Historical Society.