Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP is pleased to announce the promotion of Chad Van Arnam to a new Firm role as Director of Construction Services. Van Arnam, who has served as a senior project manager at Hahn Loeser since 2019, has played a key role in the growth of the Construction practice.
“Chad’s unique industry talents and perspectives, honed over the last 20 years, gives our Firm’s clients and attorneys an exceptional advantage,” remarked Construction Practice Group Chair and Founder Rob Remington. “We appreciate his vision for the industry and look forward to his continued contributions as he assumes this new and important role.”
Van Arnam partners with the Firm’s attorneys and clients to execute construction project management and risk management procedures, and tackles complex project issues and challenges head-on across all construction segments and disciplines. He provides operational guidance and consultation in the oversight of projects from the pre-planning phase of budgeting, bidding, and resource planning, through the construction and turnover phase. He works seamlessly with the Firm’s attorneys and clients in developing, updating and managing detailed project requirements and control documents, including schedules, budgets, project meeting agendas and minutes, essential tracking logs, and presentation material.
Hahn Loeser’s Construction team is comprised of more than 40 experienced construction attorneys, providing counsel on nearly every area of law impacting the construction industry today, including contract negotiations, bid disputes, claims management, OSHA requirements, mechanic’s liens, bond claims, alternative dispute resolution, litigation, and intellectual property. The team represents general contractors, subcontractors, construction managers, owners, developers, lenders, material suppliers, design professionals, and sureties in a wide variety of construction-related matters. The Hahn Loeser Construction Team has significant experience representing both owners and contractors in multi-week trials and arbitrations.