The $2.7-billion facility, New Jersey's largest-ever Port Authority NY and NJ project, is much-anticipated economic driver in virus-ravaged region, but COVID impacts could alter its scope and schedule.
The insurance market for contractors continues to evolve with specific coverages seeing difficult times for rates and capacity. Worldwide capacity for underwriting construction risk remains a challenge. We'll discuss best practices that are driving favorable market responses along with alternative risk financing techniques that contractors are using to better finance losses and control rate impacts.
During this webinar, we’ll discuss how working in a collaborative manner with input from agency leadership, employees and stakeholders can successfully create and-roll out entirely new, consistent protocols, supplemental training and hands-on instruction, and pilot programs that allow best practices to thrive and set the stage for positive outcomes.
Technology that gives managers better visibility about what’s happening on the job site in near real-time, gives them tools to spot and mitigate inefficiencies and risks before they become disruptions or expensive calamities. Project tech specialists will share how technology is helping to improve management’s ability to see what’s going on, while there’s still time for corrections to enhance production, profits, and safety.
Both public outreach during a project and crisis management when something goes badly wrong requires communication with the public. What are the strategies for each? What are the similarities? What are the differences? In this webinar, industry insiders will discuss keys to forming a communication structure during the public outreach phase of a project.
Data collection on the job site is crucial to construction project success. We'll discuss not only how to implement simple and reliable documentation practices to manage risks, but also how collecting the right data can help businesses save thousands in construction claims. They will also discuss how software tools can make data collection more efficient and transparent.
New digital tools dramatically reduce the time required to get the job done and provide stronger risk management controls earlier in the construction process. We’ve invited risk managers and estimators who have put new tools in place to provide tips on how your company can also implement these new digital tools to reduce prequalification risk.
During this webinar, we will discuss the flow and enrichment of information known as a Digital Thread, from early capital planning through delivery to post-construction operations via a Digital Twin, which organizes the artifacts of design and construction into a single structured repository of mission-critical information. Together, these help drive project predictability.
The challenges of keeping jobsites safe and projects on schedule are perennial issues in construction, and a disruptive development like a viral pandemic emphasizes that reality. In this webinar, ENR will have a discussion with project leaders and industry experts on how the connections between safety and productivity are keeping projects afloat during the current crisis and beyond.