Risk Awareness and Mitigation in Disaster Recovery: Before, During and After a Catastrophe

Jon Critelli, Randall Coxworth and Paul Ryan | StoneTurn Business leaders and risk managers should always be prepared for the worst. As of October 11, 2023, the United States already experienced 24 separate “billion-dollar” weather and climate disasters in the calendar year, according to NOAA. These disasters include, but are not limited to, hurricanes, tornados, wildfires,… Continue reading Risk Awareness and Mitigation in Disaster Recovery: Before, During and After a Catastrophe

Risk Awareness and Mitigation in Disaster Recovery: During a Catastrophe

Jon Critelli, Randall Coxworth, Paul Ryan and Christian Gordon | StoneTurn In 2022, the United States experienced 18 separate weather and climate disasters costing at least one billion dollars according to NOAA. In 2023, that number rose to 28 separate billion dollar weather events. The frequency and large geographical areas that these catastrophes are impacting means owners… Continue reading Risk Awareness and Mitigation in Disaster Recovery: During a Catastrophe

Risk Awareness and Mitigation in Disaster Recovery: After a Catastrophe

Jon Critelli, Randall Coxworth and Paul Ryan | StoneTurn Natural disasters, while undoubtedly disruptive and damaging, can serve as powerful catalysts for organizational transformation if approached with foresight and strategic intent. As we’ve explored, successful post-disaster recovery begins with preparation, compliance, and the prevention of fraud, waste, and abuse (FWA). But beyond these crucial measures,… Continue reading Risk Awareness and Mitigation in Disaster Recovery: After a Catastrophe

AI Applications and Risks in Construction

John Paolin | HKA In July 2023, the Construction Management Association of America hosted a webinar discussing the merits and use of artificial intelligence (AI) in construction. This article summarizes the panel discussion and contains considerations for AI adoption based on that discussion. The panel was a cross-section of experienced AI users and firms beginning… Continue reading AI Applications and Risks in Construction

Notice Requirements For Contractors Should Include Waivers For Non-Compliance

Kenneth Block | Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt Construction projects in New York City are often fast-paced and large in scale. As a result, the attention of both contractors and owners is often focused on the progress of construction and not the details of the underlying agreement between the parties, and it is not uncommon… Continue reading Notice Requirements For Contractors Should Include Waivers For Non-Compliance

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