Guest Post Fridays

Guest Post Friday Construction Law Musings If you read Musings regularly (and you should :) ). You know that I try to have someone guest post every Friday on a topic relevant to construction.  Whether the topic be green construction, construction law, marketing, conflict resolution or some other topic that I hope that you will find interesting.

These guest posts will give you a different and interesting perspective on the business of construction and construction law and will expose you to some of the great folks that I meet during the growth of Construction Law Musings and my construction practice.  The contributors to Guest Post Friday have made this construction law blog a better place to visit.

I also use the “Guest Post Fridays” as a way to thank the many people I’ve met either through Twitter, in person, or through other Web 2.0 media.  Many of the guest contributors have been instrumental in the growth of Musings and my construction law practice.  I encourage you to visit their blogs and other links found in these posts.  I promise you will learn something from each of them.

If you are interested in posting something that would fit here, please check out the Guest Posting Guidelines and then feel free to contact me.

Silver Lining? Economic Downturn Spurs Construction Disputes

For this week’s Guest Post Friday here at Musings, we welcome back Rob Pitkin.  Rob (@KCconstrlawyer) is an attorney with the Construction Law Group of Horn Aylward & Bandy, LLC in Kansas City, where he handles Construction disputes and other types of sophisticated business litigation.  Originally from Iowa, he graduated from Wheaton College in Illinois…

Build2Sustain- Renovation Realities

Originally posted 2009-10-02 09:00:00. This week’s Guest Post Friday at Musings is a real treat. Sara Sweeney is a registered architect, LEED AP and GreenFaith Fellow in religious environmental leadership. Her 18-year architectural career reflects her passion and commitment to sustainable building design and stewardship of our natural environment. She is the founder of EcoVision…

Do Trade Contractors Need Errors and Omissions Insurance?

Originally posted 2009-05-22 09:00:00. For this week’s Guest Post Friday, Musings welcomes, Mark E. Rabkin, a triple-bottom line risk consultant assisting his clients understand and manage the exposures they face daily that threaten their economic, social and ecological performance. Licensed as a property and casualty insurance broker for over 10 years, Mark works with the…

A Hard Hat Tour of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Brock Environmental Center— Where the Design-Build Team is Taking Green Building to the Next Level With Net-Zero Water and Energy Use and Net-Zero Impact on the Environment

For this week’s Guest Post Friday we welcome Tara Chadbourn.  Tara is a Principal of PooleMahoney, PC, where she concentrates her practice in construction law, litigation and commercial litigation. Tara counsels contractors, subcontractors, owners and materials suppliers in various construction disputes. Tara has her LEED Green Associate credential and has worked over the past few years…

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