Continuous improvement in the areas of safety, quality, and productivity for contractors is key to maintain their competitive edge in the industry.

The impacts of safety, quality and productivity decisions that are made daily often dictate project and contractor solvency.   There is a lot at stake when it comes to the risk engineering of your company, and we provide the guidance to help you “move the needle” and get ahead of potential claims. We will help your individual projects and your organization as a whole move toward your goals by evaluating, educating, and identifying opportunities for improvement.

Evaluate Training, Operations and Culture

Understanding the construction process is key to properly evaluating the risk exposures and controls in place. Finding the “missing link” is often challenging, but it is key to identifying opportunities for improvement, which will impact safety, quality, and productivity. Observations regarding training, operations and culture from an experienced construction professional that is not part of the day-to-day operation can be extremely valuable to achieving project and corporate goals.

Getting the engagement of all levels, including ownership, is the difference maker between organizations that are successful and those that are struggling to survive. When all levels of an organization are engaged and safety is an integral part of the process, goals can be achieved.


The education process in risk engineering is beyond regulatory compliance or “checking the box” training, it is part of a successful continuous improvement program. The quality of management, supervisory and worker training will determine the outcome. Educating supervision and the workforce on the why’s regarding risk exposures and risk controls can lead to a stronger culture and successful results for any program.

Identify Opportunities for Improvement

Assisting contractors with solutions is just another way we can help you protect your business. Often, the costs for solutions are minimal, but have a huge impact on the success of an organization or project. The solutions are typically not “off the shelf,” as the operations are typically not “off the shelf.” Let us build a custom risk engineering solution that continues to work for you and your business.

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