Thoughts on construction law from Christopher G. Hill, Virginia construction lawyer, LEED AP, mediator, and member of the Virginia Legal Elite in Construction Law

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thank youOnce again, my good friend Melissa Brumback, has allowed me the opportunity to rant over at her blog, Construction Law in North Carolina.

This time my topic is “Don’t Act Like an Architect.” Here’s a taste.

The main thing that both “sides” of this equation need to remember is that you are all in this together. Without your approval, the GC (and by extension the subcontractors and suppliers) on the project won’t get paid. Without the GC and its cohorts, you, the architect, will have to listen to an Owner complain about the pace of the project and the fact that you aren’t running the project how that Owner wants it run. See? All of us are in the same boat.

Check out the full post for more.

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