Rhian Cull

Rhian Cull

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Representative Matters

American Multinational Financial Services Corporation on Construction Law Matters

Representation of an American multinational financial services corporation based in Boston, MA, in connection with a number of matters related to the company’s substantial real estate holdings and ongoing projects, with a focus on construction law, including: construction operations, compliance, structuring and negotiating industry agreements, project administration, dispute resolution and risk management. Recently, our work for the company has focused on the revitalization of Seaport World Trade Center on Boston’s Commonwealth Pier, a multi-year project that will transform and rejuvenate the 705,000-square-foot building and pier with new amenities for greater public access to the waterfront, vibrant retail offerings, first-class event spaces and a unique and flexible workplace for employees, which will occupy 100% of the revitalized office space.

Pembroke Real Estate Construction and Development in Boston's Seaport District

Representation of Pembroke Real Estate LLC, an international real estate advisor that acquires, develops and manages properties and places—specializing in mixed-use and office environments in the world’s leading cities—in connection with construction, development, leasing and other aspects of the Commonwealth Pier Revitalization Project, a transformative project that will modernize and reposition the existing building and Commonwealth Pier for its next generation of use as a vibrant place for work, retail, events and active public waterfront experiences within Boston’s Seaport District.

Northland Investment Corporation Construction Law Matters

Representation of Northland Investment Corporation, an industry-leading real estate private equity firm based in Newton, MA, in connection with construction law matters related to the company’s portfolio of 13 residential and commercial properties in Massachusetts. Our team works closely with Northland through each step of the construction and procurement process, including: selecting, negotiating and drafting contracts; advising on standard industry contract forms and how to leverage each for the greatest benefit; permitting and licensing issues; environmental and other regulatory compliance matters; requirements for insurance and surety bonds; change orders, schedule disputes and payment disputes; labor and employment issues; investigations, disputes and litigation; inspections and warranty issues; claims for construction defects; and mechanic’s liens.