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Friday, 25 July 2014
The worldwide financial crisis affected construction particularly hard. Now all the signs are that the industry in Europe is recovering. StrategicRISK, in association with Zurich, are pleased to present this report into the key risks facing the industry.
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Delay-in-start-up (DSU) insurance is a much-misunderstood product – something that can have very real costs implications for business when things go wrong.
Struggling to attract talented new recruits, the construction industry is being forced to adapt to young people’s changing expectations. The bad news is that success is likely to be years away
Sustainability is a significant challenge for the construction industry. But as governments demand action and the market grows apace, the issue has become impossible to ignore
‘There may be only two manufacturers in the world of what you need. You need to know what their capacity is. If one has problems, is there capacity available in the other? If there isn’t, there will be an awful lot of delayed projects’
Ewan Cresswell, Managing director, Integra Technical Service
Kevin Morecroft, head of risk, Skanska civil engineering
Rob Halstead, Head of risk management, Crossrail
Chris Whitehead, Group head of sustainability and innovation, Balfour Beatty
Companies that survive and even thrive through a prolonged downturn are those that know how to innovate to accumulate
Risk managers would have a competitive advantage if they were to bring the concepts of ERM and business continuity together