February 10, 2022

NASCC: The Steel Conference

Date: Mar 23-25, 2022

Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th St, Denver, CO 80202

Presented by The National Association of Steel Construction

Lexington office construction attorney Greg Parsons will be part of the panel speaking on Friday, March 25th. The Conference runs March 23-25 in Denver, Colorado.

  • Formula for a Project Train Wreck: Incomplete Information + Inadequate Communication X Ineffective Management = Expensive but Avoidable Litigation: A panel of construction attorneys and structural steel experts who recently litigated a case involving a complex urban project will discuss actions taken by the Owner, A/E and CM that dramatically increased the steel fabricator/erector’s costs and led to expensive litigation. The panel will discuss evolution of a complex, partially-delegated design on a fast track project, the Owner’s mismanagement of the A/E, the CM’s ineffective handling of project communications/logistics, the fabricator/erector’s reaction, how compliance with the AISC Code of Standard Practice could have prevented the litigation; and the relevance of the CoSP in evaluating the performance of all parties.

  • Gregory Parsons, Stites & Harbison, PLLC
  • Stuart Sobel, Siegfried Rivera
  • Kirk Harman, The Harman Group
  • Roger Ferch, PE, Ferch Consulting

  • Edward Seglias, Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC

Click here for more information on the Conference or to register.

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Drafting, Reviewing & Negotiating Construction Contracts Construction Federal, State & Local Public Construction and Procurement Health Care - Construction Manufacturing Fabricated Structural Steel