COVID-19 has had a major impact on all aspects of our daily lives, including construction and projects. Claims, delays, losses of productivity, and PPE have developed and arisen from this new pandemic. Moderated by Kilpatrick Townsend’s Larry Prosen, a construction and government contracts partner, the Washington Building Congress (WBC) Member Chat Group’s first Thursday Chat Group covered these topics in a moderated, open-forum discussion limited to 20 members of the WBC.
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