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, President and CEO, SDVNE & Theresa A. Guertin, Managing Partner, SDVNE
FOR THOSE NEW TO THE CONSTRUCTION OR INSURANCE INDUSTRIES (LESS THAN 3 YEARS' EXPERIENCE)
Spend 3 days immersed in learning about the construction process, risk transfer, risk financing, insurance, and claims as related to specific construction risks. This is a unique opportunity for those new to the industry to learn from “industry veterans” in construction risk management and develop relationships with leaders in the industry as well as peers. This program is designed for those with 3 years or less of construction risk management or insurance experience.
With the exception of General Sessions, this program spans the entire Conference, Monday–Wednesday, taking place concurrently with all breakout sessions. Indicate your interest in enrolling during your registration. You will be sent a required survey to complete to determine your eligibility.
Boot Camp Schedule
Monday, Nov. 8 10:15 AM–5:00 PM
Tuesday, Nov. 9 8:30 AM–9:45 AM, 1:15 PM–4:00 PM
Wednesday, Nov. 10 8:30 AM–11:00 AM
*To ensure beneficial diversity in the group, a maximum of two enrollees per company applies to this program.
See IRMI Boot Camp page for more details.
Into the Unknown: Managing Uncertainties in Risk Transfer
Bethany L. Barrese, Partner, SDVNJ, Michael A. Barrese, Legal Counsel, Doka USA Ltd.
4:00PM - 5:00PM PST
From contract to claim, uncertainties can arise at any stage of the risk transfer process. Hear strategies for minimizing uncertainties in risk transfer, including some recent cases that give insight into how courts view key language, and get tips for navigating uncertainties as they arise.
Navigating the Pitfalls of Project Risk Extensions
Jeremiah M. Welch, Managing Partner, SDVWC, Thomas Grandmaison, Chief Broking Officer - Construction Services Group, Aon, John Roe, Head of Casualty Construction - North America, Berkshire Hathaway Specialty, Jaap Vroliijk, Risk Manager, Bechtel National, Inc., Ted Wickenhauser, Senior Vice President of Risk Management, McCarthy Holdings, Inc.
8:30AM - 9:45AM PST (Repeats at 2:45PM)
As projects become larger and more complex, there is the growing need for project extensions on project-specific placements. There are difficulties when requesting a project extension in today's hyperfirm property-casualty market for both liability/excess and builders risk project-specific risks. This interactive panel discussion provides insights from construction and insurance industry professionals on potential risks and strategies for overcoming these difficulties.
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