Construction contractor analyzing blueprints

Have you ever driven by a construction site during the day and wondered why no one was working? Wondered why a shiny new building appearing to be tenant-ready is empty? Or read an article about a project that has overrun its budget? These are some of the outward characteristics of a project that may have gone wrong. This webinar explored the root causes and early indicators of issues that can derail a project and lead to relationship failure between an owner and contractor. The presenter suggests strategies to mitigate this risk and correct construction projects going awry.

Learning objectives:

  • Detect early warning signs of under-performing projects
  • Implement and manage project controls and effective communication to deter to project failure
  • Employ best practices for managing construction risk

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