The trend towards project alliancing is a big issue for government, major developers, construction companies, architects, project managers, and all kinds of construction industry consultants. It also changes the landscape for the brokers and insurers who serve the construction industry.
Where does the concept of risk sharing leave insureds and insurers? Where are the gaps that need to be filled? And where are the risks that no one is accounting for?
In this five-part white paper, LIU looks at project alliancing from different angles - what is it; how does it work; who benefits; who is at risk; and what are the insurance implications? It is essential reading for anyone working in major project development, in the construction industry, in infrastructure and in the construction insurance sector.