Sustainable Construction

Sustainable Construction is Here to StaySustainable “green” construction is in the news and here to stay.

Here at Construction Law Musings, we like to keep up with the world of sustainable construction and the legal issues that face contractors, subcontractors and even construction lawyers relating to this growing field.  The topics range from LEED certification issues to potential risks and rewards of “green” building and how to draft your construction contract to plan for such risks and take advantage of the rewards.

These posts are not just my “musings,” but those of many individuals who have posted in the Guest Post Friday series.  I hope that you will check out the posts below (or click here if on a mobile device) and let me know your thoughts.

Personal Musings on the LEED AP Process

Originally posted 2010-11-26 09:00:23. Republished by Blog Post Promoter As a new LEED AP, I could not help but reflect on my studying and the learning curve that I went through during the process. First of all, thank you to all who helped along the way. Your support and advice was invaluable to my success….

True Sustainability – Trust, But Verify

Originally posted 2011-10-28 09:00:05. Republished by Blog Post PromoterBrian L. Hill helps others to achieve more from less through business development, digital media and construction consulting. A fourth generation construction/real estate professional, he shares his passion for pursuing quality in the built environment at Always on the search for quality content, if you are…

Deadline Nears for “Green Performance Bond” Implementation

Originally posted 2011-06-03 13:56:34. Republished by Blog Post PromoterFor this weeks Guest Post Friday at Musings, we welcome Surety, a leading online surety provider. specializes in educating current and prospective business owners about local surety requirements. To keep up with surety bond trends, follow and Surety Bonds Insider blog and @suretybond on Twitter….

Old and New Business Strategies to Weather the Construction Recession

The construction world has been hit with story after story of the hard times that have hit those in commercial and residential construction markets.  Doom and gloom is everywhere.  Capacity built up in the good years led to larger construction companies that now have to deal with bidding wars (and the potential liability from those…