Things That Can Go Wrong On A Green Building Project


Green Building is all the rage in the United States. Whether it be a LEED project, or just a promise to the property owner to build or make a building more efficient and sustainable, as 2010 passes onto 2011, those in the construction industry are quite likely to run into projects with at least some green elements.

When bidding, contracting and working on these projects, it's important to know what might go wrong. After all, if you have no idea what things can go wrong, you have no way to prepare for them (or charge for the extra risk).

There's no way to enumerate all of the risks...but, this article highlights a few to get you thinking about it.

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