Having a resilient jobsite is an important part of mitigating the daily risks of weather events, but what happens when a natural disaster occurs? AGC’s ConstructorCast new two-part series explores just this question. Tune in this December (part 1) and January (part 2) for three experts in claims management, litigation, and restoration. Find out how they have worked through the tough issues of pre-loss planning for your project sites, lessons in mitigating losses, restoration challenges, as well as insurance and claims.
Part 1: Planning for and mitigating the impacts of a Natural Disaster (available now, December 2019)
We kick-off this two-part series discussing how natural disasters affect construction; pre-loss planning; lessons learned in mitigating losses – including insurance considerations before the event; and challenges in restoration and resumption of business operations, immediately post-impact.
Part 2: Presenting a Natural Disaster claim for Insurance Recovery (January 2020)
In the second episode, our expert panel explores how to navigate through a complex insurance claim for construction delays during the course of construction, common insurance policy coverage issues, and strategies to full recovery after a natural disaster.
Tracy Alan Saxe, Partner at Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C.
Frank Russo, Founder/Principal at Procor Solutions + Consulting
Joseph Poliafico, Global Director Insurance & Risk Management at Interstate Restoration
Search for The ConstructorCast in your podcasts app, or stream and download all available episodes right from your computer, visit https://www.agc.org/constructorcast.