Axel Bolvig III focuses his practice on construction law and federal government contracts. He joined Bradley after earning engineering and law degrees from Duke University. Axel has represented some of the nation’s largest and most successful federal contractors on projects throughout the country.
He has extensive experience representing contractors to the General Services Administration, Army Corps of Engineers, Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Federal Highway Administration (through the states), NASA and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
These projects include federal courthouses, hospitals, office buildings, correctional institutions, airports, data centers, military barracks, a facility for disassembly of sarin gas bombs, the federal “Supermax” prison at Florence, Colorado, and a testing facility for NASA’s next mission to Mars.
Often these matters involved claims in the range of $10 million to $70 million, and two of them involved amounts in excess of $100 million. Several of them were complicated by hostile relations during construction, requiring careful strategies and appropriate responses to actions taken by the government, subcontractors and others.
Axel and his clients have pursued REAs and claims for time extensions and damages for delay, resequencing, acceleration, lost productivity, labor and material escalation, and other direct and indirect costs.
He has defended his clients against government actions such as non-payment, refusal to award progress earned, untimely change orders, underfunding of change orders, and rejection of work, as well as threats of investigation and prosecution, adverse CPARs ratings, termination for default and debarment.
Axel also has extensive experience in subcontractor matters on federal projects, including pass-through claims, Miller Act claims, terminations and litigation.
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