Brown Bag Lunch: CCIPs/OCIPs and Builder’s Risk
ULI Cincinnati will be hosting a Brown Bag Lunch on August 24, 2017 on the topic of CCIPs/OCIPs and Builder’s Risk. This member’s only event is intentionally kept small to maximize the exchange of information.
The use of OCIPs and CCIPs to manage large construction project risks is becoming more prevalent in Ohio. This session will describe the various types of OCIPs/CCIPs and identify the benefits and pitfalls of being a sponsor or participating subcontractor in one of these programs. We will also discuss common insurance coverage shortcomings in builder’s risk programs. This session will arm you with actionable tools you can use to evaluate builder’s risk coverages provided by third parties.
Our speaker, Tim Walsh serves as the Director for Oswald’s Design and Construction Practice, a team of 27 professionals dedicated solely to serving the needs of design professionals, contractors and owners undertaking capital projects. His experience spans over 30 years on both the carrier and broker-sides of the business. A nationally-recognized expert on project insurance, he has been a risk advisor on over 500 construction projects with aggregate volume exceeding $50 billion and has been an advisor to numerous construction firms. Tim has expertise understanding and managing risks from construction operations, risk allocation, project risk management and management transfer. Tim has extensive experience in all phases of program design, marketing, implementation, project management and financial reporting. Tim earned a B.S.B.A. in Marketing from the University of Denver and holds a Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS) designation. Tim is a frequent speaker at industry conferences on the topic of construction risk and is the author of several published articles.
This will be a free event for members of ULI Cincinnati and includes lunch.
Space is limited to the first 15 registrants, no exceptions.
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