George M.  Nicholos

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George M. Nicholos

George focuses his practice on construction law, architectural and construction issues, public contracts, and community associations.  George’s 21 years of experience as an 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 both commercial and residential project types.

George’s experience as a forensic architect includes the analysis of an extensive range of building forensic issues including building/material defects, building component failure, moisture intrusion, building code violations, roof failures and settlement damage.

George received his Bachelors of Environmental Design in Architecture from the School 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 the Hampton Roads Green Building Council.  He is also a Commissioner and past Chair of the City of Chesapeake Historic Preservation Commission.

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