Comprehensive commercial real estate legal insight
Troy Hoch concentrates on commercial construction transactions, commercial lending, real estate lending, general real estate and business transactions, as well as Indian law. His experience includes:
- Advising owner/developers, contractors and subcontractors in commercial construction transactions.
- Negotiating and preparing custom forms of design and construction contracts.
- Providing counsel related to issues arising before, during or after construction.
- Representing investors, developers, sellers and lenders in real estate transactions.
- Serving as outside general counsel for small businesses without in-house legal counsel.
Experience in Action
- Negotiates and prepares industry standard forms of design and construction contracts, including AIA, AGC, ConsensusDocs and DBIA forms.
- Advises clients on real estate and regulatory issues related to the construction and operation of renewable energy projects, including solar.
- Represents tribal housing authorities in the preparation, review and negotiation of construction, architect and engineering documents. Troy also counsels tribal housing authorities on HUD-related matters and procurement law.
- Helps general contractors with various procurement issues, including bid protests involving local, city, county and state governmental agencies.
Professional & Civic Activities
- American Bar Association (Member, Forum on the Construction Industry)
- State Bar of Arizona (Member, Construction Law Section)
- Pima County Bar Association (Member)
- Southern Arizona Legal Aid (Member)
- Volunteer Lawyers Program (Volunteer)
- Wills for Heroes Program (Volunteer)
- The Centurions (Member)
- Tucson Conquistadores (Member)
- Los Charros del Desierto (Member)
- Gonzaga University School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 1995)
- Gonzaga Law Review (Member, 1993–1995; Editorial Board, 1994–1995)
- University of San Diego (B.B.A., 1990)