Handle your data with care

We live in an age where project information flows digitally between clients, other consultants and constructors. We also live in an age where our business records detailing firm finances and staff information resides electronically in computers. The widely publicized breach of Sony Pictures Entertainment’s computer systems serves as a wake up call to all of... Continue Reading →

Succession planning

One of our policyholders recently asked me what might happen to his current projects in the event of his death. It’s important to think about these issues, especially if you‘re a sole proprietor or a small firm. Large firms rarely face difficulty if an individual licensed design professional is physically unable to provide professional services,... Continue Reading →

EJCDC publishes public-private partnership template

Public-private partnerships, or P3 arrangements, are being used in place of direct public financing for the many infrastructure and other public improvement projects. Under a P3 agreement, a government entity grants a private organization a concession to implement a public project or service, such as developing or renovating public facilities, expanding infrastructure, or providing new... Continue Reading →

Do you want less risk? Become a physician.

The medical profession has always complained about being sued and paying for insurance. That complaint has fueled tort reform efforts and is often blamed for soaring health care costs. But compared to design professionals, medical doctors face less risk of negligence claims, and the risk they do face is more manageable. A recent study has... Continue Reading →

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