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Reduce Risk Through Planning, Collaboration and Brainstorming

Properly managing risk in the construction industry can have a major impact on project cost, schedule and resource use, potentially offering significant savings, according to a new Dodge Data & Analytics study. 

Produced in partnership with Alliant and supported by e-Builder and Procore, the “Managing Risk in the Construction Industry SmartMarket Report” reveals the top construction risks, their impact on the industry and the benefits associated with using specific risk evaluation and mitigation strategies. One clear finding that emerges from this data is that the industry’s growing focus on collaboration and integration may be an important step toward reducing construction risk.

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