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Best Risk Management Practices for Your Construction Company

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Best Risk Management Practices for Your Construction Company

April 21-22, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Are you concerned about the risks you have as a Home Builder, especially in tough times?
Join us for a short session to learn about the risks that all builders face and what can be done to minimize losses. Everything contains a certain level of risk, but some of these risks can be minimized, some can be transferred to other entities and others builders just need to be aware of so they can be prepared to deal with them.
Participants in this session will learn:
•    How the Georgia Construction Law pertains to a builder and his/her implied builder responsibility?
•    Who is responsible and for how long?
•    How to analyze their companies General Liability, Builders Risk and Worker’s Comp policies to ensure there are NO holes in your coverage?

Scott M. Porter will facilitate this session. Scott is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas and has been building, developing and remodeling for over 25 years. He is now an ICC Code Certified Inspector and was a Commissioner on the Texas Residential Construction Commission dealing with construction defect issues. He has lobbied on behalf of the construction industry and has been on the Board of Directors at the NAHB, and several local home builders’ associations.

Moe’s Southwest will be served for lunch after the session thanks to our sponsor StrucSure!

Cost: $20 Greater Atlanta HBA member, $30 other HBA member, $45 non-member.
Cont. Ed: 2 CPHB, 2 GA Bldr License

Click here to register to attend. Call 678-775-1469 or email education@atlantahomebuilders.com with any questions.

Sponsorship opportunities are available!  Contact Amanda Mathis at amathis@atlantahomebuilders.com or 678-775-1469.

 

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