Project Risk Engineering for General Contractors

Project Risk Engineering for General Contractors

Presented by:       
Timothy R. Brashear, P.E. ret., Officer and Vice President Construction Services, Rimkus       
Andrew D. Mendelson, FAIA, Executive Vice President, Chief Risk Management Officer, Berkley Design Professional


Thursday, November 2, 2023

10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time




This one-hour seminar was developed to provide participants with a working knowledge of the due diligence and risk engineering recommended practices for a robust and formal risk assessment, project selection, and risk transfer process for construction projects. 

A comprehensive risk engineering process is necessary to determine the bid, preconstruction, design development, construction, delivery, and warranty risks associated with a project and to enhance a contractor’s ability to achieve an on-time, in budget, fit for purpose, project delivery. 


This webinar will:

  • Discuss an ideal process for discovery and analysis of typical as well as elevated or atypical risk exposures that may be associated with a construction project. 
  • Examine the risk engineering process, including documents to be reviewed, project investigation, contract negotiation, and identification of different risk exposure types
  • Highlight the importance of monitoring the dynamic risk exposures and/or any emerging risks during the lifecycle of the project 
  • Feature risk engineering best practices that apply to multiple forms of construction delivery including design-bid-build, CM At Risk, and Design-Build
  • And more…


Earn Learning Units       
1.0 AIA Learning Unit

1.0 RCEP Professional Development Hour




+This program is registered with the national AIA and qualifies for AIA Continuing Education Learning Units. This program is registered with the RCEP for Professional Development Hours. We do not register programs with any individual states. It is the design professional’s responsibility to determine whether this activity meets the requirements set forth by his/her state licensing board.