The Coleman Executive Roundtable for Architects and Engineers

The quarterly Roundtable is a community of architectural and engineering industry leaders who come together to network and learn.

Senior executives and corporate counsel of architecture and engineering firms gather for a 45-minute presentation by experts on a topic of immediate and practical relevance, followed by 45 minutes of discussion. Peers share ideas about current issues and best practices.

To ensure a true roundtable discussion, participation is limited. If you’re interested in being put on the invitation list, please contact Margaret Mills (event planner for The Coleman Executive Roundtable) at 952-595-6166 or margaret@mnconcretecouncil.com.

Roundtable Topics for 2018

Tuesday, March 20, 2018: Lobbying, PACs and Contributions

Tuesday, May 15, 2018: Claims: When and Where to Start Internally at Your Firm

Coming Up Next at The Coleman Executive Roundtable for Architects and Engineers

Claims: When and Where to Start Internally at Your Firm

Obviously, no one wants to have a claim filed against them. That's why it's important to know what do before a claim is filed. Jeff Coleman, PE, FACI (The Coleman Law Firm) will present information about how to recognize an incident that can become a claim. He will provide information about how to manage the incident before it progresses to litigation. He will illustrate why having an internal claims management process in place is vital. Finally, he will provide tips on how to effectively share lessons learned with your staff without allowing them to become fodder for discovery in a subsequent claim.

Breakfast will be served along with insight and information from peers.  As always, participants will receive a certificate for one hour of continuing education credit.

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