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Triangle Law Group - Raleigh, NC

Glenwood Office Commons3130 Fairhill DriveSte. 104 Raleigh, NC 27612

Updated: 11/01/2023

Raleigh Construction Law Firm


Lawyers Who Think Outside the Box

Triangle Law Group was founded by Laurie B. Gengo, a former partner at a large North Carolina law firm who is also a licensed real estate broker. The core values of Triangle Law Group are to provide large firm results in a small firm environment.

Attorneys at Triangle Law Group take an "outside the box" approach to practicing law and attempt to resolve legal issues as efficiently and creatively as possible...

About Triangle Law Group

Practice Areas

  • Construction Law
  • Commercial, Real Estate and Construction Litigation
  • Mediation and Arbitration
  • Brownfields Development
  • Environmental Law
  • Administrative Law Penalty Challenges
  • Contractor Licensing Issues and Hearings
  • Construction Defects and Toxic Mold Issues
  • Mechanic's Liens and Bond Claims for General Contractors and Subcontractors
  • Business and Commercial Law
  • Collections and Foreclosures
  • Residential and Commercial Real Estate Law
  • Real Estate Broker Licensing Issues and Hearings
  • Landlord-Tenant Issues, Including Leasing (Residential and Commercial)
  • Homeowner's Association Representation
  • Personal Injury


  • 50%


  • Outstanding Volunteer Lawyer, Wake County, 1996

Pro Bono Activities

  • Second Chance Pet Adoptions, 1990 - Present
  • The Opera Company of North Carolina Board of Directors, 1998 - Present

Ancillary Businesses

  • Licensed Real Estate Border and Owner, Trilogy Real Estate Group, LLC
  • Visual Artist




Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


Glenwood Office Commons3130 Fairhill DriveSte. 104 Raleigh, NC 27612

Office Hours

Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Evenings and weekends by appointment


  • 919-848-1699

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