Protect Your Assets: Improve Projects and Reduce Noncompliance

Presented on:
May 7, 2020 10:00 AM PT
1 hour

The COVID-19 pandemic and shelter-in-place orders have changed what we expect from the people we have construction or real estate contracts with—and what we expect from contract performance. If left unchecked, ongoing business disruption can damage budgets and payment structures, completion dates, working relationships, and more.

During this on-demand webcast, we’ll look at contract nonperformance and identify proactive measures you can take to:

  • Prepare for a slowdown or shutdown
  • Reduce uncertainty
  • Mitigate potential losses and legal claims


Steve Bacchetti, Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Steve focuses on construction and performance audits for construction and capital improvement projects. He works with both construction project owners and key stakeholders as well as construction companies’ leadership and project accounting. Since 2014, Steve has focused on helping both sides of construction contracts meet their budgets, contract terms, estimated completion dates, stakeholder expectations, and anticipated profit margins.

Christopher Herthel, Director, Moss Adams

Chris has provided commercial real estate investment and development advisory services for institutional and entrepreneurial businesses. He leads the firm’s real estate advisory services and is dedicated to providing independent, customized guidance on commercial real estate investment, management, and finance strategies to real estate operating companies, corporate and non-profit users, and private investors. Chris has spent his career formulating and implementing investment management strategies across the commercial real estate spectrum on behalf of institutional and private clients.

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