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Athan Tramountanas


Ogden Murphy Wallace

Teaches construction law at the University of Washington

Listed in Super Lawyers, honored with "Excellence in Teaching" award

Ogden Murphy Wallace Member Athan Tramountanas focuses his practice on all aspects of construction law. Based in Seattle, Tramountanas advises public clients, including public hospital districts, on issues they face throughout the construction process. He also prepares and reviews procurement documents, negotiates and drafts design and construction contracts, and represents clients throughout the dispute resolution process in both trial and appellate courts. In addition to standard design-bid-build procurements, he had assisted public clients on all three alternative procurement methods allowed in Washington

Tramountanas has particular insight into the construction process, having spent several years working in the industry prior to attending law school. He also teaches Construction Law for the University of Washington’s Construction Management program and is a frequent speaker and author on a variety of construction law related topics.

Tramountanas has been recognized by Super Lawyers (Washington) as a “Rising Star” and “Super Lawyer.” The University of Washington Department of Construction Management also honored him with the “Excellence in Teaching Award.”

These are some of the reasons why we are honoring Athan Tramountanas with Connect CRE’s 2022 Seattle & Pacific Northwest Lawyers in Real Estate Award. The award celebrates real estate attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their practice and the larger community.


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