Webinar: Paving the Way Toward Smoother Infrastructure Projects
Join the Litigation Practice Group of Mackrell International for a complimentary webinar
Paving the Way Toward Smoother Infrastructure Projects
Unexpected delays cost money…..and that often leads to finger-pointing
Whether you are a project owner, regulator, contractor, supplier or consultant, you know that large-scale infrastructure projects are complex by nature. Fluctuating site conditions, weather, labor shortages, supply chain management glitches, obscure zoning rules or changing laws only add to the complexity and often halt progress.
As federal, state and local governments look to ramp up infrastructure projects, attorneys from Mackrell International member firms will share case studies and offer best practices in effectively handling infrastructure projects and their seemingly inevitable conflicts. By examining projects from the multiple perspectives, the attorneys will provide a more holistic view of projects and suggest workable solutions for when the unexpected strikes.
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
1 PM (EST)
Space limited to first 100 registrants. The event will be recorded.
The insurance and surety policies necessary to allow the basic physical and organizational structures and facilities (e.g., buildings, roads and power supplies) needed for the operation of a society or enterprise
- The type of surety agreement language needed
- The type of insurance agreement language needed
Mind your PPP’s and Q’s: Public-private partnerships and questions about their utility in infrastructure projects
- The basics of the P3 delivery method
- Why is the P3 model being used increasingly on infrastructure projects?
- What legal challenges do P3 projects face?
- How are P3 projects evolving to meet those legal challenges?
The Trump Infrastructure Plan and its potential impacts on environmental review
- What does the plan propose?
- “One agency, one decision”
- Simplifying review
- Firm deadlines
- Mitigation streamlining
- Environmental statute reform
- What is the status of the proposed reforms?
Delay damages in infrastructure projects: four keys to any delay case
- Contract language
Who should attend:
Local, state and federal government infrastructure leaders, zoning officials, DOT professionals, environmental management professionals, environmental consultants, attorneys, in-house counsel, general contractors, sub-contractors, material suppliers, excavation companies, civil engineers, professional engineers, appraisal specialists and insurance professionals
For those seeking continuing education credits in your profession, a recording of the event, a PDF of the presentation materials and presenter biographies will be made available at the conclusion of the webinar to accompany your personal application and submission. The presenting Mackrell firms, as well as Kaempfer Crowell, have submitted applications for continuing legal education (CLE) in their respective states. Indiana and Nevada are approved for one hour of CLE and we are awaiting responses in California and Texas.
Greg Bergman, Partner – Construction Law and Litigation, Bergman Dacey Goldsmith
Kevin Quinn, Partner – Construction Law and Litigation, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP
Brad Sugarman, Partner – Environmental Law and Litigation, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP
David Wilson II, Shareholder – Construction Litigation, MehaffyWeber, P.C.
For questions or a link to a recording of the webinar, e-mail Jennifer Jett.
Founded 30 years ago, Mackrell International is a worldwide network of independent law firms with more than 4,500 lawyers in 60 countries on five continents.