Christopher Hill (no relation to yours truly) is a longtime construction law attorney and mediator practicing out of Richmond, Virginia. His blog, Construction Law Musings, has always been one of my must-read sources of news and insight pertaining to construction law ever since he started it in late 2008. Be sure to follow @constructionlaw on Twitter for the latest updates from a true thought leader in the art and science of resolving construction disputes. Without further ado, I am proud to present Mr. Hill’s guest post on a topic that I couldn’t agree with more — the business case for why the mediation process is so critical to the A/E/C industry.
First of all, thanks to Brian for his invitation to discuss a passion of mine, mediation, at his great AEC Forensics blog. I read it regularly and so should you. Continue reading “Guest Post: Why Mediate? Because You Run a Business”
This is a guest post from Mike Collignon, Executive Director and Co-Founder, Green Builder Coalition. As Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Green Builder® Coalition, Mike engages in national and state-level advocacy, co-produces quarterly research reports, and publishes both a bi-monthly e-newsletter and a monthly feature in Green Builder® Magazine. This article was originally published … Continue reading Guest Post: The ARC and The Covenants
This is a special guest post from Kathi Frelk, Marketing Coordinator at Anderson Lock – “a total door opening supplier with an emphasis on doors, frames and electronic access controls.” I’ll admit I hadn’t known much about the company before they contacted me. Anderson Lock has been a family-owned business since 1960, with locations in … Continue reading Anderson Lock: If we haven’t tested it, we don’t sell it
Image via Wikipedia This is a special feature for More From Less – a Guest Post! This article was written by Rosalind Dall, who writes for the Ductless Split System Air Conditioner Blog, her personal hobby blog related to tips to help people consume less energy and purify indoor air. Researchers at Purdue University are … Continue reading Guest Post: Purdue College scientists present us one great approach to reduce 50% of winter heating bills