Christopher G. Hill is a LEED AP, Virginia Supreme Court certified General District Court mediator, and construction attorney in Richmond, Virginia. Chris has been nominated and elected by his peers to Virginia’s Legal Elite for the Construction Law category on multiple occasions (2007 through 2018) and has twice been named to the Virginia Super Lawyers Rising Stars (2011 and 2012) and to the Virginia Super Lawyers in Construction Litigation for the years 2017 through 2019. He served as a member of the Board of Governors of the Virginia State Bar Construction Law and Public Contracts Section (2011-2018) and is a current member of the Section Council for the Construction and Public Contracts Law Section of the Virginia Bar Association. Chris practices extensively in all areas of risk management for construction professionals including litigation when required. Specific areas of practice include mechanic's liens, payment and performance bond claims under the Miller Act and Virginia's "Little Miller Act" sustainable "green" building, occupational safety issues, construction contract review, arbitration and mediation. Chris truly enjoys representing contractors in Virginia, whether those construction companies are based in Virginia or based elsewhere and perform work in Virginia. He represents all types of construction professionals including general contractors, subcontractors, engineers, and material suppliers. The firm is a member of the Associated General Contractors of Virginia and Chris is a member of the Executive Committee of the Richmond Chapter of the AGC-VA. Chris also serves as a member of the national AGC Contract Documents Committee where he gains insight and input into the drafting of nationally utilized form contract documents.