Tag Archives: Army Corps of Engineers

What If the Government Refuses to Pay for LEED?

Last week, I posted an article about an Army Corps of Engineers project that ran 25 percent over budget, in part because of costs associated with LEED certification.  At the end of the article, I asked the question "what do you think would have happened if the Corps of Engineers refused to pay the cost … Continue Reading

What Happens if Your RFP Does Not Include LEED?

If a Request for Proposal (RFP) is the key to a successful LEED project, what happens when an RFP does not properly address LEED requirements?  Last week, I was skimming my AGC Smartbrief (a great resource for construction news), when my LEEDigation radar went off: "Texas military construction project goes 25% over budget" While the … Continue Reading