Contractor Law Offices

Welcome to Berkowitz & Associates, P.C.

The law firm of Steven A. Berkowitz and Associates, P.C. has been dedicated exclusively to serving clients in construction fields focusing on the legal needs of contractors and owners in areas encompassing the bidding process, claims, contract formation, construction litigation, and labor issues.

The New Jersey commercial construction attorneys at the firm encourages clients to take full advantage of the tools that the legislature has provided to assist parties who bid public projects to win them at the right price, and to get paid in a timely manner. We are a law firm that concentrates on issues that confront our clients in the following areas:

  • Bid Challenges
  • Construction Contracts Review, Contract Enforcement and Collections
  • Construction Liens (Private Projects)
  • Bond Claims
  • Municipal Mechanics Liens (Public Projects)
  • Government Construction Contracts
  • Labor Law, Disputes and Legislation
  • Prevailing Wage Enforcement
  • Litigation & Appeals
  • Mediation and Arbitration



Over 20 years of experience in construction contracting and extensive expertise of the New Jersey commercial construction attorneys on the team enables our firm to aid our clients with virtually any subject related to construction and business law. The firm serves New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.


Construction Attorneys NJ, PA, NY 


Call (856) 350-6060 Today to Speak with our New Jersey Construction Attorneys



The New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania Construction Attorneys at Steven A. Berkowitz & Associates, P.C. focus exclusively on meeting the legal needs of contractors, architects, engineers and owners in the construction industry. We help clients with the bidding process, claims, contract formation, construction litigation, and labor issues in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. To discuss your case, call (856) 350-6060 today or fill out our free case review form.

The client is the most important part of our business.
The client is not dependent on us; we are dependent on him.
The client is not an interruption in our work; he is the purpose of it.
The client is not an outsider to our business; he is a part of it.