Deciding Between Renovating a Clubhouse or Building A New One

Typically, when a clubhouse hits around 15 years since a major renovation has been conducted and the membership is

Cars and Relationships

My wife’s car was twelve years old and between the paint touch-ups from my guy Benny and the engine

Scary Merger Names Part 2

The A/E/C industry has seen many mergers and acquisitions in the past few years. As a follow up to

Is The Need For Speed Costing You More Than You Realize?

During the recession, the projects that were funded enjoyed the ability to move quickly through design and construction phases

“Dear Abby, I’ve Been Married 20 Years And ….”

This year my wife, Vicki, and I celebrated 20 years of marriage; and we can both tell you we

Myth #7 – Owner’s Reps Select the General Contrator

It was a good day, indeed. Earlier this spring, Wember was notified that we had been selected to serve

Should You Be Using AIA Contract Documents?

In 2011 I wrote a blog comparing the two primary contract platforms in the A/E/C industry, AIA contract documents

Damn, I’m 45

“Turns out, 45 years old is just 45 years old. An age that means you are old enough not

Should you set GMP at Schematic Design?

Should you set your Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) at schematic design?  No, you should not set it at schematic

Feastability

Portmanteaus words are a way to add colorful meaning to a thing or occurrence; some terms have become so