Construction Costs: Are You Paying More than You Should?

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August 7, 2019 10:00 AM PT
1 hour

Is your health-care organization managing a construction project or considering a new construction endeavor?

Join us for an on-demand webcast exploring how your organization can use construction audits and contract management to increase cost containment during a project. We’ll also address how cost overruns, equipment, environmental risks, and project scheduling can expose organizations to significant financial risks as well as the following key points:

  • Strategies for addressing construction program exposures
  • How to carefully monitor labor, equipment, and change orders
  • Key agreements to include in your construction contract
  • Expected savings from hiring an outside cost auditor


Mark Steranka, Partner, Moss Adams

Mark has over 30 years of experience working with hospitals, businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and governmental entities throughout the United States. He has directed and managed hundreds of consulting engagements during his career. Mark specializes in working with boards, councils, and senior management of organizations from a wide range of industries, including health care.

Steve Bacchetti, Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Steve has practiced public accounting since 2014. He primarily focuses on construction and performance audits for construction and capital improvement projects. Steve works closely with hospitals, universities, K-12 school bond programs, tribes and casinos, and federal contractors on construction and capital improvement projects where project costs range from millions to billions of dollars. His experience includes planning, managing, and delivering multiple performance audits resulting in significant cost savings and control and reporting improvements.

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