Reducing Construction Litigation

Six Tips: Reducing the Likelihood of Construction Litigation By James R.A. Dawson, TAFT LAW What makes the strongest case in construction litigation can also help the parties avoid litigation altogether. This principle applies to owners, project managers, project partners, general contractors and sub-contractors alike. Although the vast majority of construction projects are completed without any…

Mitigating Risk, Adding Value

Building Smart: Reducing Risk and Adding Value By Shari Held Today’s definition of a successful construction project is more than “on time, on budget.” Truly successful projects foster collaboration and communication among all stakeholders and are proactive in the pre-construction phase, with early involvement of the construction team. They also employ techniques and technology that…

Lean Construction Strategies

There’s value in planning. The heart of our scheduling program, introduced during the pre-construction phase is the Lean work schedule. This approach enhances the way work is performed throughout the construction delivery process by reducing inefficiencies, which will eliminate miscommunication and increase project efficiency, ultimately saving money. Lean Construction Strategies Our team at Meyer Najem…

CHN Cancer Center- Unprecedented Success

Community Health Network issued the challenge to create a facility to meet the growing demand for cancer care in Central Indiana. Designed with input from patients, physicians and staff, the Community Cancer Center North provides convenient access to exceptional healthcare services. The design for the 125,000-square-foot, three-story cancer center features elements that create a home-like…