Tag Archives: risk management

Leveraging BIM to Mitigate Construction Risk and Avert Delays

BRG and the Society of Construction Law North America hosted a session to discuss how effective project planning is key to successful execution from design through construction. Ben Nolan, Jon Berkoe, and Jonathan Perry took part in the webcast. Continue reading Leveraging BIM to Mitigate Construction Risk and Avert Delays

Construction Super Conference

Andres Alva took part in a session on “New Technologies in Construction and Its Forensic Application.” Continue reading Construction Super Conference

Constructability Reviews: Project Risk Management for Owners

Design and construction of a new building is a rewarding but risky process for an owner. A “Constructabilty Review” is one tool an owner can use to minimize the risks of unexpected construction cost. The owner starts a building project with definitive expectations regarding the attractiveness, size, functionality, quality, and especially cost. Owners rely on architects, engineers, and contractors to provide the realization of their new building dream with a quality project delivered on schedule for the expected contract price. Owners manage the design and construction process to control financial risks associated with a new building. When owners lack the resources to effectively manage their construction projects and financial risk, they often rely on design professionals to ensure both the integrity of the design and overall cost of the project. Continue reading Constructability Reviews: Project Risk Management for Owners