Category Archives: Business of Construction

The Registered Agent Advantage

In the Commonwealth of Virginia, as in most states, all corporations, LLC’s or other corporate style entities are required to have a registered agent if they are to do business in the Commonwealth.  The reasons for the requirement are many, but the main ones are taxation, service of process and communication from the Virginia State…

LEED Certification Challenges: What is “Close Enough”?

Originally posted 2010-06-14 09:00:08. There have been many discussions lately regarding the Northland Pines challenge to the LEED certification of its high school facility recently rejected by the USGBC, notably at the Builder’s Counsel Blog and at the Green Building Law Update.  You can check out the Green Building Law Update link for the entire…

“Green” Expectations. . . or Just Expectations (“green” is not a specification; it’s a paint color)

Originally posted 2012-02-27 09:00:54. I was having a discussion regarding “green”  building with my friend and recent guest poster here at Musings, Nick Pacella (@nmpacella) this past week and (as often happens when I chat with the great folks in the construction world) it got me to thinking.  Is “Green” its own separate category of…

The Beautiful Mess

For this week’s Guest Post Friday here at Musings, we welcome back Mike Collignon.  Mike is a co-founder of the Green Builder Coalition. The Green Builder® Coalition is working to improve the sustainable attributes of new and existing buildings through education, information and advocacy. If you watched any of the World Cup coverage this summer,…

Another Holiday Wish: I Couldn’t Help but Post This

Originally posted 2008-12-24 10:49:00. As I was contemplating the holidays as I sit here at work (but not for much longer), I came across this great post from my friend and colleague Kriss Wilson of the EDD: Issues, Law and Solutions blog. It made me think about the little things and the story in this…

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