Achieve the Best Possible Coverage Rates and Terms With Comprehensive Risk Profiles

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By Raymond F.H. Bustamante | Thursday, August 1, 2019 Too many firms grow for the sake of growth, only to suffer when the end product does not meet the client’s expectations. Managing growth with a balanced view of a firm’s own talent and core service structure helps a best-in-class contractor avoid professional liability claims. Historically, firms… Read more »

Raymond F.H. Bustamante of Berkley Construction Professional to Discuss Best-in-Class Professional Liability Risk Profiles at IRMI Construction Risk Conference

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  Roswell, Ga. (September 24, 2018) – Raymond F.H. Bustamante, executive vice president at Berkley Construction Professional, a division of Berkley Alliance Managers, a Berkley Company, will offer his perspective on best-in-class professional liability risk profiles at the IRMI Construction Risk Conference to be held from November 4 – 7, 2018 at the Marquis Marriott… Read more »

Effectively Handling Protective Claims
Industry Shifts Boost Popularity of New Coverage Forms

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By Raymond F.H. Bustamante Posted on June 26, 2018 The rules of engagement have changed drastically. In recent years, the construction industry has moved rapidly from what were clearly defined stand-alone roles of design-bid-build project delivery methods to the faster-paced design/build, public-private partnership (P3) and integrated project delivery (IPD) models. Along with this shift came…

Hire Reliable, Well-Schooled Subcontractors to Reduce Risk

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By Raymond F.H. Bustamante Posted on August 29, 2017 The commercial construction industry entered 2017 building on a steady stream of growth over the past years. Earlier this year, ConstructConnect predicted a 6.3 percent increase in total construction for 2017 with another 7.2 percent increase in spending for 2018. Most recently, these expectations were amended… Read more »