Best Practices: Project & Construction Claims Management
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About the Event
This seminar will cover the most frequent factors contributing to construction disputes including scope changes, differing site conditions, suspension of work, delays, and design errors and/or omissions. This session will present best practices in design and construction claims management.
Participants will learn to:
* Minimize risks associated with project challenges
* Implementing a claims management strategy that includes prevention, mitigation and resolution
* Develop a plan to prevent issues from escalating into costly claims
Who Should Attend?
Construction Managers, Contractors, Designers and professionals involved in delivering construction projects to completion.
Claims Avoidance by Designers
The Designer plays an important role in avoiding, mitigating and resolving disputes and claims through the development of plans and specifications which meet user requirements as well as accurately describe the scope of work by the contractor. By implementing a proactive management strategy, the designer can help to deliver a successful project and closeout without disputes or claims. This session will present best practices in design and claims management.
Claims Avoidance by Contruction Staff
The Construction/Program Manager or Contractors play an important role in managing an ongoing construction project that implements best construction claims management practices. Samples and case scenarios will be provided.