Building Business

Sandridge, Homer
March 2008
Best's Review;Mar2008, Vol. 108 Issue 11, p44
Trade Publication
The article reports on the roles of agents and brokers in making the government more energy efficient. The green movement presents a huge opportunity to increase business with innovative design and construction clients. However, the opportunities may result to new exposures to potential risks. The issue puts emphasis on standards of care, realistic expectations, new products, and diligent design. The evolving green building standards of today are important contributions to environmental care.


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