Construction Risk Management Conference 2022

Planning for the new world

The construction industry is likely to become a global engine for economic growth and recovery from Covid-19 with the average annual global infrastructure construction forecast set to grow by 5.1% per year.

However, the industry is also heading towards a period of rapid and significant innovation and changes in the workforce. Climate change will lead to big changes in construction processes and methods, while the industry is already undergoing a technological transformation, with digitalisation and growth in modern manufacturing methods. And in the wake of Covid-19, construction firms are focusing in more on diversity, equality and inclusion initiatives as a way to access more talent and reduce skills gaps.

While the long-term picture looks promising for the construction industry the negative impact of Covid-19 and the ongoing material and labour shortages creating supply chain bottlenecks will trigger significant short and medium-term cost increases for construction firms, and there will be an increased need to transfer risk into insurance programmes.

We welcome you back to this in-person and hybrid conference on 18-19 May 2022 for two days of debate, discussion, meetings and networking.

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AGENDA TO INCLUDE SESSIONS ON

  • Stimulus Package / Market outlook
  • Stimulus Package investments: Impact on the insurance market
  • Global / European Engineering Lines market outlook
  • Managing supply chain risk in construction
  • Managing ESG in Construction
  • Why are construction claims so complex? The insurer’s views
  • Developing a Captive/ART solutions
  • Construction technology
  • Cyber threats in construction
  • Construction human capital
  • Mitigating construction risk with parametric triggers
  • How are major infrastructure government bodies adapting to the hard market?
  • Single Project Professional Indemnity (SPPI)

WORKSHOPS

  • Going Local: Local market perspectives. The role of local insurers and reinsurance capacity in the construction industry
  • Choose Wisely: How the selection of your Joint Venture partner and delivery model impact professional liability coverage
  • Claims: CAR and PI claims cases drilling down into the specifics of some of the most controversial construction wording clauses.
  • ESG Greenwashing: Avoiding the pitfalls of overpromising or providing misleading information about the benefits ‘green’ products or services will provide.
  • Cyber Coverage: Analysis of cyber risk in the construction industry: A review of cover offered/excluded
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