Tuesday, August 8, 2023, 1:30 - 3:00 PM (Eastern)
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In the current climate of increasing frequency and severity of claims, and rising insurance rates, choosing the right projects is the surest path to profitability.
Firms with claims frequently tell us about their lessons learned: they are improving their communication practices, implementing new QA/QC measures, or are being more selective about the projects they choose to work on.
Join Mark Blankenship to gain the tools to properly vet your projects so that you never have to complete your own “lessons learned” statement about client intake.
During this session:
- Discuss collaboration and the value of a documented constructability review process.
- The essential elements of project guidelines, continuing education, and information management are emphasized.
- Peer review best practices are identified.
- The value of a Project Reference Manual including construction administration guidelines, Division One specifications, the client agreement and client/contractor agreements is explained.
- A survey of the most useful professional association forms is included, and the program concludes with a discussion of documentation practices.
Presenter: Mark Blankenship, CPCU, AIC, LEED AP, Director of Risk Management, WTW A&E
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- February 21 - Risk Identification and Client Selection
- May 9 - Contract Negotiation and Integration of Subcontracts
- August 8 - Quality Assurance/Quality Control
- November 7 - Construction Contract Administration
All four online classes will be recorded, and you'll receive access to the recording the following day.