Major Projects Team

Guiding clients on their critical path to success.

Strategically stacking legal talent to meet the unique challenges of your enterprise, DRM’s Major Projects Team provides coordinated services that keep your venture on track. By deploying uniquely tailored, inter-disciplinary teams adept at streamlining transactional, real estate, utility and other complex projects, the Major Projects Team leaves no stone unturned.

When both depth and breadth are required, DRM delivers.

Major projects arise in any business or venture. The stakes are high, and the job must be done properly, cost-effectively, and on time. Whether your project is a major transaction, a complex real estate development, or any other endeavor with important issues demanding high-quality attention, DRM has a deep bench of attorneys with the knowledge and capacity to handle any challenge that arises.

In northern New England, DRM is uniquely positioned to lead major projects to successful outcomes. Our recent experiences include: ski area redevelopment; solar, telecommunications, hydro and natural gas siting projects; and nuanced corporate and real estate transactions that require the innate ability to navigate the web of regulatory law. 

Our depth and breadth allow us to establish a specially tailored team for each major project that can adapt as circumstances require over the course of the project. Working with the client and its consultant team, we guide the project from beginning to end.

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