Mitigate Construction Risk at Project Closeout

Surveyor

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Risk Management in Construction Projects

The Constructor

Risk management in construction industry is an important part of the project planning and management. Various risks associated with construction. Construction Engineering & Management Construction Management Construction Project

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From Zero to Hero: Construction Risk Management

Safety Services Company

How Well Does Your Business Prioritize Construction Risk Management? Truth be told, every industry involves risk. Ever-present risks can delay or completely derail investments. With that said, construction risk management should be a priority for your company. Legal Risks.

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Risk management plan in construction – A practical guide

Geniebelt

There is never a time when a construction company is not going to take at least a little risk with their projects. In that sense, it is no exaggeration to claim that an exhaustive risk management plan is a ‘must have’ in your construction operations. Nevertheless, putting together a functional risk management plan isn’t always. Construction construction construction risk management risk management risk management plan

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You Can't Improve Construction Safety from Inside a Filing Cabinet

How mobile technology can mitigate risk, save money, and provide a competitive advantage

Is There Risk in Your Fleet?

Contractor Magazine

Learn the Risks - Take the Quiz

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Plan Ahead to Manage Change and Construction Risk

Surveyor

How Can Contractors Manage Risk

A New Year of Risk

Construction Business Owner

5 economic risks and construction-specific challenges contractors will face in 2019

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FERC Decision Puts State Renewable Portfolio Standards At Risk

Green Building Law Update

In the ongoing conflagration between “reliable power” and “clean energy” many may have missed when last month federal energy policy declared reliability the winner with renewable energy subsidies (e.g., state renewable portfolio standards) the loser.

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Evaluating Natural Disaster Risk In Site Selection

Business Facilities

Companies are asking themselves in the wake of these catastrophic and costly storms, are we adequately evaluating the risk of natural disasters when deciding where to locate new facilities? Hurricane Risk. Earthquake Risk. Wildfire Risk. Tornado Risk.

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The Dotted Line: Mitigating the risks of technology

Construction Dive

It's all about the allocation of risk, legal experts explain. Humans are responsible for computing errors just as they would be for a bulldozer mishap

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The cost of allocating design risk to contractors

Construction Dive

Design flaws are a constant risk in construction, but the contractual allocation of that risk can sway considerably from project to project

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Business Leaders Concerned About Talent Shortages, Recession Risk

Business Facilities

Chief executives around the world are heading into 2020 with concerns about the risk of a recession and their ability to attract and retain talent, according to The Conference Board. Read: Business Leaders Concerned About Talent Shortages, Recession Risk at BusinessFacilities.com.

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Risk Exposure

Mr Ethics

Dear Mr. Ethics, There seems to be a growing trend in the construction industry whereby project owners are placing all risk on the design professional or contractor. Owners are assuming less and less risk exposure through contract provisions that assign risk away from them. Construction parties should be assuming that risk exposure that they control through their performance of work, services and/or actions.

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Risk Exposure

Mr Ethics

Dear Mr. Ethics, There seems to be a growing trend in the construction industry whereby project owners are placing all risk on the design professional or contractor. Owners are assuming less and less risk exposure through contract provisions that assign risk away from them. Construction parties should be assuming that risk exposure that they control through their performance of work, services and/or actions.

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VR forklift training removes risks, reduces costs

Construction Dive

The software transports trainees to a "simulated work setting," which can be useful for other heavy construction equipment training scenarios as well

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Tread lightly in new risk territory, for landmines await

Construction Dive

At the Construction Super Conference this week, contractors and arbitration lawyers shared the importance of mitigating risk by spotting "landmines" early in the preconstruction phase — when the contract is still being written

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By predicting risk, AI tool shapes top firms' safety conversations

Construction Dive

to understand and proactively target the most pressing risks on their projects Contractors like Suffolk, Shawmut and AECOM are using Smartvid.io

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The Role of Construction Software Technology in Mitigating Risk

Surveyor

Conflicts and other project risks can delay work and negatively impact bottom lines. Leading-edge technology, like Viewpoint’s JobPac solution are helping contractors mitigate risks.

Should contractors risk moving into niche building sectors?

Construction Dive

Construction firms should understand the challenges of a new line of work, including the possibility of slower payment schedules, diversity hiring goals and technology expertise

9 Ways Technology Is Lowering Risk on the Jobsite

Construction Business Owner

This nine technologies can lower safety risks on-site. As projects become even more manifold, the number of workers, equipment and materials that need to be tracked and managed increases. Under pressure to deliver work on time and within budget, safety can often become compromised.

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Autodesk machine learning tool ranks jobsite risks

Construction Dive

Construction IQ algorithms pore through thousands of safety and quality issues to steer project leads and executives toward those that are most urgent

Construction Risk Management: What to do when your project goes wrong

Geniebelt

There is a number of parameters that you should think about and an efficient management of the risk is surely necessary. In other words, you can’t really define risk on the exact same way in every construction project. How we could define risk in a construction project.

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Staying Successful Means Taking Risks

Contractor Magazine

Not one of the 100 companies on our Book of Giants list got there by resting on their laurels

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What’s the best professional advice you’ve received regarding risk mitigation?

Construction Business Owner

Construction industry experts discuss the basis of their risk mitigation strategies

ESG, including Advantaged by Green Building, Requires Risk Oversight

Green Building Law Update

Such is problematic for corporate directors, in particular in their risk oversight role as they consider risk management policies to be implemented by the company’s management that are consistent with the board’s strategy and risk appetite.

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Why Another Tool Is Needed to Reduce Safety Risks

FDR Safety

What is coming into clearer view for many safety and risk management professionals is that existing safety methods/tools for injury reduction [i.e., The Need for Task Based Risk Assessment (TaBRA). In most cases, a small team may work through the process); Captures and details each step / element of any task; Identifies and pairs tasks and the hazards and exposures (risk) into ‘task-hazard pairs’; and. Below have demonstrated substantial improvement over the past 25 years.

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4 Trends in Construction Risk to Watch in 2020

Construction Business Owner

4 Trends in Construction Risk to Watch in 2020. 4 big trends in construction risk that contractors should pay attention to in 2020 Elizabeth Manning. Wed, 01/22/2020 - 16:14.

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The Role of Construction Software Technology in Mitigating Risk

Surveyor

If you do a little digging, you may notice that many industries utilise development and maintenance processes that are often repetitive and standardiz

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Plan Ahead to Manage Change and Construction Risk

Surveyor

How Can Contractors Manage Risk? Risk itself, especially risk caused by large economic forces, isn’t usually something individual businesses can control. That being said, the best way to manage risk in the construction industry is to have a solid game plan. But at its most basic level, strategic planning for risk management means deciding which changing conditions you should pay attention to, when your business will adjust to changing conditions and how you’ll respond.

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Your Guide to Managing Construction Risk in 2019

Construction Business Owner

As a contractor, you’re likely aware of the multiple risks inherent in running a construction business. Did you know that 30% of contractors fail because of management issues? Construction projects require a great deal of time and resources

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PTD Before Risk Assessment: A Historical Perspective

FDR Safety

This article will show that before risk assessment innovative initiatives that might currently be considered PTD efforts resulted from collaboration of safety and engineering personnel primarily relying on assessments of feasibility. Applying lessons learned from individual projects was problematic because no practical risk assessment methodologies were in use. The advent of risk assessment for manufacturing in the late 1990s established the foundation for today’s PTD initiatives.

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What Tech Can Do to Reduce Risk on Construction Sites

Construction Business Owner

Learn from data in Dodge Data & Analytics and Triax Technologies' SmartMarket report, Using Technology to Improve Risk Management in Construction SmartMarket Insight, about how you can mitigate risk on your project sites through the use of tech, such as wearables, VR and AR, and robotics

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Dotted Line: How to manage the risks of delegated design

Construction Dive

Here's how to limit the risks Taking responsibility for even a small portion of the design can expose contractors to increased liability.

Risk on the Horizon

Construction Business Owner

With the economy on the upswing, a higher quantity of new projects and numerous changes in the industry, contractors are faced with a volume of new potential risk factors that, if ignored, could greatly affect their businesses Construction Business Owner sat down with risk management professional Steven Davis, of McGriff, Seibels & Williams, to talk about the biggest risks currently affecting business owners and how to mitigate them.

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How builder's risk coverage can protect buildings under construction

Construction Dive

Every business, small or large, that embarks on a construction project needs builder's risk insurance because it typically covers things that property and liability policies don't, legal experts say

Minimize risk with integrated software

Surveyor

Businesses succeed when good decisions are made

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The power of risk assessment

FDR Safety

But the fact is that resources and time are finite and that is where a very real-world tool, used extensively by professionals in finance, operations and other disciplines, becomes extraordinarily valuable to safety professionals – risk assessment. Simply put, risk assessment prioritizes the safety hazards in a workplace according to their severity and likelihood of occurrence. The truth is that in the workplace, as in life, there is no such thing as a totally risk free environment.

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IRMI’s 38th Construction Risk Conference

Construction Business Owner

IRMI’s 38th Construction Risk Conference boosted awareness on trends and new issues in the industry. Read more here

Mitigate risk with construction site monitoring

Construction Dive

Visual documentation and remote surveillance could be the key to reducing theft, vandalism and safety issues