The impacts of climate volatility, cybersecurity threats, artificial intelligence, and building information modeling and construction technology have increased pressure on major construction projects on top of labor availability and supply chain adversity.
If your approach to delivering construction is the same as it was in early 2020, you're probably inviting more risk to your project than you want.
On this episode of our Owner's Outlook series, special guest Alanna Klein, Product Director of Construction and Energy at Liberty Mutual, and Epstein Becker Green construction attorney Chris Dunn discuss what owners, developers, and industry participants can do to avoid or at least manage these risks.
Listen to past episodes in the series – visit our Construction Law page for more information.
Stay tuned for upcoming episodes and guests in our special series on the intersection of health care and construction.
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