Do design and design-build contracts keep you up at night? Unsure how project delivery methods impact responsibilities? Worried there are liability issues you aren't taking into account?
Join our inaugural construction webinar to learn strategies for managing risks in design and design-build contracts. Andrew Maichle, Head Construction PI North America, hosts Kent Holland, a risk management consultant and construction attorney. Kent will recap recent court cases, share ways to identify risks in design contracts, and discuss how project delivery methods and relationships between parties could affect risk.
Our claims and risk engineering services experts – John Hann and Christopher James Baumgartner – will also be on the call to answer questions.
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