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July 7, 2017

A project manager returns home after a long weekend to find that his house has been burglarized. After taking stock of the situation, the PM realizes that his company laptop is among the missing items. 

Fortunately, he has been very diligent in changing his password eve...

June 2, 2017

The insured, a principal of an architectural firm that focused primarily on commercial projects, was approached by one of its largest clients to design his personal residence. The client was a friend of the principal and both the client and the insured served on the bo...

March 29, 2017

Often, the biggest challenge in taking on a public project isn't the project itself, but the owner—the city, school district, state, etc. In addition to the normal pressures that confront any project, public projects have their own. Pressures like having every politici...

February 24, 2017

Anyone who's ever let a favorite niece or nephew sneak an extra slice of birthday cake knows what it's like to play favorites. But when design firms set aside principles of good management or relax their normally stringent contract requirements for the sake of a favori...

February 15, 2017

Insurance information on sub-consultants had not been verified and there were no certificates of insurance on file – sound familiar?

The insured was a multi-disciplined design firm, which contracted with a regional airport authority, a quasi-governmental entity. The pro...

February 6, 2017

The project was an addition and renovation to a residence hall of a private school. The building involved was over 70 years old at the time. The insured was retained as a sub-consultant to the architect to provide the structural engineering designs.

During the design ph...

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