What’s ahead for the construction industry post-COVID-19?
AXA XL’s Gary Kaplan shares his thoughts in the latest IRMI podcast
April 29, 2020
New jobsite processes and more digitalization are among the changes that Gary Kaplan, president of AXA XL’s North America Construction insurance business, sees ahead for the construction industry following the COVID-19 pandemic. Gary shared these predictions and other thoughts on COVID-19’s impact to the construction industry in the latest International Risk Management Institute (IRMI) podcast. According to Gary, contractors are taking steps to minimize risks to their operations and employees, wisely raising their level of communication and documentation and carefully reviewing their contracts. Listen to hear Gary discuss the short- and long-term impacts that the pandemic may have on contractors’ businesses.
Posted with permission form International Risk Management Institute, Inc.
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