Controlling Total Cost of Risk in Construction
Four key strategies to improve total cost of risk and drive successful construction outcomes
Sponsored by: Gallagher Bassett

The global construction industry is expected to grow by 85% to $15.5 trillion by 2030, but this growth comes with risk management challenges. Increasing project complexity and rising costs require effective strategies. Boots-on-the-ground safety professionals are essential to mitigate risk, while training and education support are needed to address the shortage of skilled labor. Investing in data efficiency and finding the right partner are also crucial. Read more and explore how construction businesses and contractors can improve safety, control costs, and achieve success in a rapidly evolving industry.

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