Frank Gramarossa

Frank Gramarossa is a Partner at Welby, Brady & Greenblatt, LLP. Mr. Gramarossa's litigation practice has allowed him to successfully prosecute and defend claims in all areas of construction and real estate law; including breach of contract, mechanic's liens, surety law, delay claims, extra work claims, and construction defect claims. Mr. Gramarossa also has extensive experience in transactional matters, negotiating construction contracts, condominium offering plan applications, real estate closings, along with corporate mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Gramarossa joined the firm in June of 2015. 

Mr. Gramarossa has worked as a union laborer, accountant, and in-house counsel for a large general contractor in New York City. With almost a decade of experience in the business, Mr. Gramarossa has had the pleasure of working with construction professionals in several different areas of the construction industry. Prior to joining Welby, Brady & Greenblatt, LLP,  he worked as an accountant at Turner Construction Company. Mr. Gramarossa also served as Associate Counsel for Turner, managing various legal aspects and compliance functions in support of Turner’s operations. His responsibilities included: the management of subcontractor claims and disputes per contractual Alternative Dispute Resolution provisions, negotiations of owner contracts and leases for field offices, filing bond applications to discharge mechanic’s liens, and ensuring compliance with NYC Labor Law, Collective Bargaining Agreements, and Project Labor Agreements.

Practice Area(s):

  • Construction Law
  • Labor Law
  • Real Estate Law

Admitted to Practice Law in:

  • New York
  • New Jersey
  • United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York


  • Bachelor of Science– Business Management – University of Scranton
  • Juris Doctor– St. John’s University School of Law


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