If you are involved in the construction industry, like it or not risk management is part of your job. From home office executives to workers in the field, each person is expected to manage schedule, cost, and safety risks. While these risks are common, the recent prolonged period of economic growth has created new challenges, one of which is managing the risk of taking on larger or more projects than you can handle. In my latest article for the Daily Journal of Commerce, I look at several warning signs that point to a firm being overextended. Read the full article here.
Originally published as “OP-ED: Warning signs that a contractor may be overextended” on February 20, 2020, by the Daily Journal of Commerce.