custom image

  0       0

2019 Webinars


DRI8011 - Dirt Impacts Your Life, Bet You Didn’t Know How Much!


Free

Description

Soil and soil-related issues are impactful in an astonishing number of construction claims/lawsuits. Are construction delays costing your client money? Is soil a factor? If your client has a construction related claim and is a general contractor, grading contractor, structural engineer, architect, civil designer, inspection company: soil may be related to the claim. Were the soils considered properly during design? It is a tangled web woven on a construction site given the interaction between prime and subcontractors, inspection duties, duty to protect, control of the site, duty of design professionals, etc.

    Who Should Attend

    • Attorneys
    • Adjusters
    • Construction industry professionals that handle construction-related claims

    What You Will Learn

    • Soils-related issues impact a surprising percentage of construction cost-related issues, understand how to determine if your case is one those issues.
    • Remember to consider dirt in your analysis, take away a better understanding of the relationships between soils and the parties in the project.
    • Better understand soil-related issues and learn how to better indicate or exonerate the different parties in you case.
    • Have a better understanding on when to consult with a geotechnical engineer with construction experience regarding your case.

    Speaker(s):

    You must be logged in and own this session in order to post comments.

    Print Certificate
    Review Answers
    Print Transcript
    Completed on: token-completed_on
    Review Answers
    Please select the appropriate credit type:
    /
    test_id: 
    credits: 
    completed on: 
    rendered in: 
    * - Indicates answer is required.
    token-content

    token-speaker-name
    token-index
    token-content
    token-index
    token-content
    token-index
    token-content
    token-index
    token-content
    token-index
    token-content
    token-index
    token-content
    /
    /
    token-index
    token-content
    token-index
    token-content