By Gina Armbruster | Friday, August 23, 2019 Design-build has become a widely-used construction project-delivery method due to the ability to complete projects quickly and efficiently while also reducing costs. However, along with these advantages are the increased risks that can confront both contractors and design professionals throughout project lifecycles.
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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 »
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 in… Read more »
The construction industry is on the rise again in the U.S. Going into 2018, Dodge Data & Analytics predicted that total U.S. construction starts for the upcoming year would climb 3 percent to $765 billion. This includes a 2 percent increase in commercial building and a 3 percent advance in both the institutional and public… Read more »
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…
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 »