At the IRMI Construction Risk Conference (CRC), you’ll experience top-tier speakers, focused construction risk and insurance content, and innovative ideas for contractor risk management and insurance programs. Whether you attend in person or join us virtually, you’ll take away practical tips for proactively controlling risks, mitigating losses, negotiating equitable insurance and contract terms, and managing claims.
IRMI Boot Camp
Tracy Alan Saxe & Theresa A. Guertin, Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C.
Nov. 14th – 16th – 3 Day Program
Designed for those with 3 years or less of construction risk management experience, this program offers a unique opportunity to learn from experienced construction risk professionals and develop relationships with leaders in the industry, as well as your peers. You will spend 3 days immersed in learning fundamental concepts in construction operations, risk assessment, contractual risk transfer, safety, construction insurance, and claims. In this interactive curriculum, a team of experienced construction risk management professionals will share their knowledge and provide guidance as you apply what you are learning to real-world exercises and case studies. *To ensure beneficial diversity in the group, a maximum of two enrollees per company applies to this program.
Managing Complex Builders Risk Claims
Jeffrey J. Vita, Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C.
W. Wade Ledbetter, Assistant VP, The Travelers Companies
Donald Naber, Executive VP of Safety, Risk, and Insurance, Gilbane Building Company
Joseph Stella, Managing Director, Imperium Consulting Group
Nov. 14th – 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM PT
Builders risk claims for damage to the project under construction can be very complex. The causation, scope, and timing of damages must be assessed. The relevant trade contracts and the party controlling the claim can also impact claim processing and the ultimate recovery for the claim. This session will identify the pitfalls and recommended strategies for assembling the proper claim team in order to successfully navigate the claims process.
Trading in Risk: Navigating Increased Professional Exposures in the Trades
Michael V. Pepe, Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C.
Joseph Reynolds, Assistant VP, RT New Day
Ed Sheiffele, Sr VP, Berkley Construction Professional
Nov. 16th – 8:30 AM – 8:30 AM PT
With design-build construction increasing every year, design responsibility becomes more fragmented, leading to trade contractors performing and delegating more design work. This panel discussion will guide trade contractors through the potential exposures of self-performing and delegating professional services and guide general contractors through ensuring their subcontractors appropriately address their design risk. You will learn about the exposures, coverage available, and best practices for contracting, and claims reporting and handling.
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