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feature Risk Management Software
June 24, 2021  

How IoT, machine learning and artificial intelligence will drive better decision making in construction

feature Health & Safety Risk Management
May 26, 2021  

Widening vaccine rollout leads to questions about mandatory proof of vaccine policies

on-your-radar Risk Management Software
May 21, 2021  

In case you missed it. Risk and reward: Data strategy for construction

feature Risk Management
April 21, 2021  

Applying lessons learned from cyber insurance to traditional lines of coverage

feature Risk Management Software
March 19, 2021  

Calibrating solutions to your problems: The first and most important step is data collection

feature Construction Risk Management
February 16, 2021  

Minimizing insurance costs in an increasingly expensive market

feature Risk Management Software
January 12, 2021  

The construction data journey: Start now!

feature Law Risk Management
December 2, 2020  

Finding, fighting, and foiling fraud

feature Law Risk Management Software
October 26, 2020  

Fixing construction’s payment problem

feature Construction Construction Materials Risk Management Skills Development Software
October 15, 2020  

Staying at the forefront: How Canada’s Top Contractors are preparing for the job sites of the future

feature Risk Management
October 15, 2020  

Project loss insurance: Timely innovation in the face of economic uncertainty

on-your-radar Risk Management
September 28, 2020  

What are the top risks facing the construction industry?

feature Risk Management
August 27, 2020  

The power of co-mingling data to more effectively manage risk

feature Risk Management Software
August 25, 2020  

Managing risk at an anxious time

feature Risk Management
July 7, 2020  

A cautionary tale about making all risk management decisions based on data

News Construction Financing Infrastructure Risk Management
June 16, 2020  

Contractors should take steps to maximize surety credit as COVID-19 threatens to toughen market