Properly Accounting for Risk with Effective Risk Management

Before beginning any construction project, it is important to engage in Risk Management to gauge potential pitfalls that could stall a project. Construction jobs are extremely complex and require a confluence of a number of factors including legal, financial, engineering/architectural, insurance, and safety issues to get off the ground. If one problem arises, it can cause a ripple effect that grinds an entire project to a halt. By engaging in effective Risk Management, it is possible to identify potential problems and have systems in place to immediately address them.

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Managed Risk means less stress and more profit—Or, can an apple a day keep the lawyer away?

Litigation is a lousy way to settle a dispute.  Arbitration is no better.  Why put a decision about the future of your business in the hands of a Judge or Arbitrator?—worse still, a jury.  The ambulance-chasing, billboard-buying members of the Bar may have successfully created a lawyer-as-gladiator environment where, with or without forethought, a happy…

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