Victor blog is moving!

After nearly a decade, the Victor Risk Advisory blog will transition to a new platform as we launch our new website in late July. Moving forward, all future blog posts will be integrated into the Victor website, and we will cease publishing on WordPress once the new site is live. Further instructions on accessing new... Continue Reading →

EJCDC releases new series of documents

The Engineers Joint Contract Documents Committee (EJCDC) has released the construction manager at risk document series, a completely new series for construction manager at risk project delivery method. The new document series is intended to be a comprehensive solution for the construction manager at risk (CMAR) project delivery method, which evolved from traditional design-bid-build. CMAR... Continue Reading →

Routine recording of Zoom calls can create record of negligence

In a Victor webinar on the importance of communications during a project and documentation of the communications, observations, and other project-related information, we reminded design professionals of the damage that the routine recording of internal video conferencing could cause. We also wrote about the risks in our article, “Videoconferencing Can Raise Professional Liability Exposures” (access... Continue Reading →

Unit price work in construction documents

The purpose of construction documents is to enable the contractor to provide the owner with a set price. For the contractor to establish a set price, the exact quantity of work has to be shown in the construction documents. Sometimes the exact quantity of items required for the work has not been decided or cannot... Continue Reading →

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