In March, COVID-19 entered our lives creating disruption, concern and uncertainty. Construction projects have been, and will continue to be impacted by COVID-19 from project delays, labor shortages and supply-chain effects.  This will likely lead to increased costs. While stemming this pandemic and ensuring public safety is of the utmost importance, construction industry professionals must also take practical steps to mitigate project impacts and financial harm.

In this interactive discussion we will explore:

  • Challenges COVID-19 has presented and potential strategies for navigating these difficult times
  • Most common claims from contractors related to COVID-19
  • Guidance on construction contracts and key provisions to consider
  • Technology investments and the importance of data and remote connectivity for the job site
  • Forecasting the impact of COVID-19 on your company
  • Opportunities for contractors in 2021 


Chuck Schwartz, Construction Services Director, Marcum LLP


Peter Martin, Partner, Hinckley Allen
Eric Newton, Director of Construction, Prophix
Wayne Newitts, Sales Development & Field Marketing, Viewpoint

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