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PRODUCING QUALITY CONTRACT DOCUMENTS – #7 OF THE TOP 10 RISK MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES FOR DESIGN PROFESSIONALS

A well-developed and implemented quality assurance plan ensures consistent high-quality service on all projects, and is critical to both project success and maintaining key client relationships. Read the May 2020 issue...

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DEVELOPING A SCOPE OF SERVICE WITH APPROPRIATE COMPENSATION – #6 OF THE TOP 10 RISK MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES FOR DESIGN PROFESSIONALS

Professional services are occupations in the sector of the economy requiring special knowledge, skill and training, when exercising judgement, in the arts or sciences. Some professional services require holding licenses...

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CONTRACTS & OWNERSHIP OF THE FIRM’S DOCUMENTS – #5 OF THE TOP 10 RISK MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES

The fifth topic of the top 10 risk management principles is discussed this month: Contracts & Ownership of the Firm's Documents.

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Will my property and casualty insurance cover losses arising from the COVID-19 (Coronavirus)?

The short and to the point answer is, "It truly depends." Many factors affect whether a loss has coverage under an insurance program, including the type of loss, the type of coverage, and the terms and conditions of the...

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Your Insurance coverage and the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) with a historical perspective.

It has always been the goal of DesignPro Insurance to provide Risk Management and Insurance services that go beyond the sale and service of insurance policies. Businesses and individuals face all types of risks that...

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A “GO/NO GO” POLICY – #4 OF THE TOP 10 RISK MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES FOR DESIGN PROFESSIONALS

Please take a moment to read our fourth topic on risk management principles - A "Go/No Go Policy" for design professionals.

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Communication Skills - #3 of the Top 10 Risk Management Principles

Architects and engineers are generally known for their technical and graphic abilities, rather than their communication skills. Nonetheless, effective oral and written communications will benefit a design practice in...

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