George focuses his practice on construction law, architectural and construction issues, public contracts, and community associations. George’s 21 years of experience as a licensed architect includes a full-range of traditional architectural professional services including project management, fee preparation, fee negotiation, field data collection, direction of consultant engineers and coordination, project design, construction estimating, preparation of construction documents, specification writing, shop drawing review and construction administration for commercial, institutional, and residential project types.
George’s extensive experience as a building forensic architect includes the analysis of a broad range of building forensic issues including building/material defects, building systems/component failure, moisture intrusion, building code violations, roof failures, settlement damage, and accessibility issues.
George received his Bachelors of Environmental Design in Architecture from the College of Design at North Carolina State University, Masters of Architecture from Georgia Institute of Technology, and his J.D. from the School of Law at Regent University. George is a member and past president of the Hampton Roads Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and a member of USGBC Virginia / Hampton Roads Green Building Council.
New Statutory Requirements for Condominium Inspections Following the Collapse of Champlain Towers South in Florida
June 13, 2022
Accommodating Field Directions While Maintaining Good Client Relations and Guarding Against Unintended Liabilities
February 11, 2022
Supreme Court Issues Two Important Decisions On COVID-19 Vaccination And Testing
January 13, 2022
Masks, Vaccines, and a Return to the Workplace = Continued Economic Strength in the Construction Industry
October 13, 2021
Positive Economic News from the Construction Industry as the effects of COVID-19 Pandemic decrease
June 3, 2021
Don’t be a victim of an ADA drive-by!
February 2, 2021
Construction Industry Economics Respecting COVID-19 Mixed But Positively Trending
September 30, 2020
Construction Administration and Site Visits in a Brave New World
June 4, 2020
When Coming In First May Not Be Such A Good Thing?
June 4, 2020
Construction Change Order: Friend or Foe
January 23, 2020