Wading through the Legal, Cost, Scheduling and Productivity Issues

Construction site
May 21, 2020 | 1:30 - 2:30 pm

Exclusive live webinar featuring: Joel Heusinger, Esq., Partner of Woods Aitken LLP and William Schwartzkopf, PE, President and Principal of Sage Consulting Group

Thurs., May 21, 2020 at 1:30 p.m. MT / 2:30 p.m. CT

Cost: Complimentary

The novel Coronavirus (or COVID-19 when presented as a disease) is impacting us on a global, national, state, and local level, often impacting our personal day-to-day lives and our businesses. The construction industry is not immune from these impacts. The response around the country has not been uniform with some states shutting down nearly all construction and some states making construction “essential.” In other instances, owners are acting independently to suspend bids and projects or placing enhanced health and safety protocols on trades. Even if a construction project can continue, any given project might have material, equipment, or workforce shortages. From suspended or terminated projects to enhanced protocols to affected supply and labor issues, it is likely any given construction project is impacted by this virus.

This webinar will touch on the legal, contractual, schedule, and productivity issues a construction project may be facing to prepare you in facing or making claims for costs and time. Join Joel Heusinger, a nationally recognized and reputed construction litigation attorney, and William Schwartzkopf, a registered professional engineer and skilled schedule and damages consultant, as they provide their guidance for navigating the legal and scheduling impacts of this virus on your construction project.