In today’s hyper-competitive capital construction industry, sophisticated builders are using contractor-controlled insurance programs (CCIPs) to lower costs and drive greater profit margins.
But how can builders best run a profitable CCIP program, and what does a successful CCIP project look like? Join our discussion with Cary R. Williams, Assistant Vice President of Loss Control at Alliant Construction Services Group, for expert inight into running effective CCIP projects.
When you get Partner Elevation right, you unlock your organization’s potential — and the potential of your partners — to deliver safe, high-quality, profitable work. You gain a competitive edge to grow your business and attract the best contracting partners.
But realizing the Partner Elevation vision is a journey. To help you chart a path to success, we’ve built the Partner Elevation Maturity Model.
The twelve-step Partner Elevation Framework enables hiring partners to win by actively collaborating with their contracting partners to boost their capabilities for doing great work.
Join our Chief Safety Officer, David Tibbets, for a deep dive into the Partner Elevation Framework. We’ll explore in detail each of the 12 steps that empower hiring partners to best engage, collaborate, and review with their contracting partners to lift their capacity for producing superior work.
Partner Elevation transforms the role of the safety director from safety cop to safety mentor. But what does safety mentorship look like? How do the best safety professionals make a profound impact on their projects and the people around them?
Led by our Chief Safety Officer, David Tibbets, our panel will be discussing what safety mentorship means to them and what it looks like in practice along with advice from their years of experience elevating partners.
In 2015, Skanska launched the Care for Life program because they recognized the power and benefit of elevating their contracting partners. The ultimate goal is to create an incident-free worksite where contractor, supplier, and employee safety is the top priority – and Care for Life is how they’ve shifted their mind set and culture to enable it.
Hear how David Watts, Skanksa’s EHS Director, elevates his contracting partners and mentors them to think about safety as a journey and the actions he takes to continuously make them better.
We’re building and operating bigger and more complex projects on increasingly aggressive schedules. And as you know, the skilled labor needed to deliver projects on time and under budget is severely constrained.
In this session, we take a dive deep into the macro-level labor trends that are impacting your ability to find the right partners and learn how partner elevation helps you thrive in any economy.