Henry Bangert

Henry Bangert grew up in the construction business, working alongside his family in heavy civil construction throughout the Midwest and Mountain West. His first jobs were on airport and bridge projects in and around St. Louis and Denver. Henry’s close family members still work in various sectors of this industry.

 

Consequently, Henry’s work for construction and engineering clients is a personal passion. Having lived through the ups and downs of the industry, he understands what critical negotiations, disputes and litigation mean from the perspective of the business owner, management, operations, as well as the litigator.

 

Following law school at the University of Colorado, Henry joined the construction practice group at Sherman & Howard, L.L.C. in Denver. It is with Sherman & Howard that Henry received his legal training from Mike Cook, Bret Gunnell, Charlotte Wiessner, and many other well-respected construction attorneys. For six years, up until opening day of Beltzer Banger & Gunnell LLP, Henry worked as Legal Counsel – U.S. Operations for PCL Construction Enterprises, Inc. As Legal Counsel for PCL, Henry worked with the most talented construction attorneys and consultants across the US, on both sides of the table.

 

Today, Henry counsels clients in contract planning, negotiation, administration, and dispute resolution nationally in the construction and engineering industry. He frequently advises clients in contract and legal risk management through the project life-cycle. He has represented clients in the drafting and negotiation of numerous complex construction contracts priced between $1 million and $1.7 billion. Henry has significant experience in government contracting issues and has represented clients nationwide in dispute review boards, mediations, arbitrations, trials, and state and federal court.

Henry C. Bangert, Esq.

Founding Partner

(720) 576-7225

henry@bbglaw.com

Licensure

  • Colorado
  • California

Experience

  • Lead counsel in representing a contractor in drafting and negotiating contracts and related documents for the construction of a $1.7B retail and entertainment facility.
  • Lead counsel in representing a contractor member of the design-build team in pursuing a $1.2B rail project.
  • Lead counsel in representing a contractor in negotiating integrated project delivery projects (tri-party and poly-party) for $300M+ in themed retail facilities and attractions.

Education

  • Juris Doctorate, University of Colorado
  • Bachelors of Arts, Bowdoin College

Speaking Engagements

  • Henry has spoken to numerous groups of project personnel, industry groups, and construction industry executives about various topics including risk management, ethics and compliance, contract changes and claims, subcontractor default, differing site conditions, consequential damages, cost of work, mechanics’ liens, government contracting, and litigation.