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How to Prevent Slips, Trips and Falls at Work

Fall-related accidents are associated with high-risk industries such as roofing and construction, but they can also occur in other work environments that aren’t normally associated with workplace accidents. While most jobs don’t require working on elevated ...

Topics: Walkway Auditing, Risk Management, Facilities Management, Property Condition Assessment

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How Contractors Can Avoid Some Types of Construction Claims

Construction contractors live with risk every day, both in workplace safety and a whole slew of financial risks and legal disputes. It’s no secret that many private-owned construction companies end up closing shop in less than a decade, smaller contracting firms ...

Topics: Construction Delay Claims, Risk Management, Construction Claims, Breach of Contract Claims, Construction Defect Claims

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Substantial Completion vs Final Completion: Learn the Difference

Construction projects usually have a clearly defined start date – it normally occurs days after the Notice to Proceed date – yet when you ask the project manager when the project will be complete, the answer may sound ambiguous. That is because there are different ...

Topics: Construction Delay Claims, Claims, Risk Management, Construction Claims, Breach of Contract Claims

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9 Building Industry Innovations to Watch

When people think about design, construction and real estate, “innovative” and “forward-thinking” probably aren’t the first words that come to mind.

Topics: Construction Safety, Construction Management, Risk Management, Brian Hill, Quality Assurance, building science, Construction, Innovation and Technology, Trends, insurance, Commercial Construction, Residential Construction

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Fires, Floods & Quakes: A Proactive Approach to Risk Management

The toll of natural disasters over the past several months has been shocking. While we watch the evening news with empathy for the victims of flooding, fires and earthquakes, I’m sure many of us are asking ourselves what would we do in similar circumstances.

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Topics: Ted Bumgardner, Risk Management, Construction Forensics, Publications, Property Loss, Damage Assessments

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Walkway Auditing: Managing the Risks to Prevent Slips and Falls

Slips, trips and falls are the most common accidents to occur in the workplace and in public spaces. One of the most effective ways to identify and handle the risk of slip and fall claims is by having a Certified Walkway Auditor perform a Walkway Audit. Yet, few ...

Topics: Walkway Auditing, Risk Management, Stephen Wilson, building science, Publications

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Xpera Offers New CE Course on Building Envelope Risks

Building envelope consulting has long been one of our most sought-after ...

Topics: Building Envelope, Architecture / Engineering, Risk Management, News, San Diego, Steve Easton, Kirk O'Brien, AIA

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2015 Updates: Codes & Standards

By Brian Hill

Topics: Risk Management, Construction Forensics

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Construction Risk Management : It's a Risky Business!

By Ted Bumgardner

Topics: Specialty Experts, Real Estate Development, Ted Bumgardner, Risk Management, Construction Consultant, Litigation

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$2,500 a month in rent? Sign me up

By Jonathan Horn, The Daily Transcript

Topics: Economics, *, BE, Alan Nevin, Risk Management, RE, Market Research

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