The LEED Platinum Case Study Nobody Wants You To Read

A non-profit organization, dedicated to preserving the natural beauty of Chesapeake Bay, commissioned a breath-taking facility that would eventually become the first LEED Platinum building in the world. Improperly protected engineered wood components led to water intrusion and compromised structural integrity. The building cost $7-million to build. The estimated cost of repair, according to a … Continue reading The LEED Platinum Case Study Nobody Wants You To Read

Quality Intent vs. Quality Delivered, featuring Erik Peterson of @OacManagement

My friends at OAC Management Incorporated just produced an outstanding video. Erik Peterson, the founder and president of OAC, discusses "bridging the gap" between quality intent and quality delivered. Quality Intent The term quality intent refers to the expectations that stakeholders, designers, construction managers and craftsmen have in regards to a given construction project. We … Continue reading Quality Intent vs. Quality Delivered, featuring Erik Peterson of @OacManagement