Spire Helps Central Texas CFMA Get to the Bottom Line
SPIRE HELPS CENTRAL TEXAS CFMA GET
By performing in-depth feasibility studies, project due diligence, and risk analysis and management, Spire’s damages quantification experts have helped financial institutions across the country mitigate and prevent negative impacts on construction projects.
Managing Consultant, Kate Hull, will present “Damages Quantification: Getting to the Bottom Line” to the Central Texas Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) on Tuesday, June 20th. Ms. Hull will discuss how professionals in the accounting, insurance, surety, software, legal, and banking industries should properly document and prepare damages during a construction claim. Specifically, Ms. Hull will talk about the methods for quantifying damages and guidelines to present said damages. These techniques can help financial institutions make informed decisions to reduce the risk associated with their investments.
By performing in-depth feasibility studies, project due-diligence, and risk analysis and management, Spire’s damages quantification experts have helped financial institutions across the country mitigate and prevent negative impacts on construction projects.
The presentation will be held at Maggiano’s Little Italy located at 10910 Domain Drive, Austin, TX from 11:30am to 1:00pm. The event is open to Central Texas CFMA members only.
About the Speaker
Ms. Hull has nearly 10 years of experience and has worked on more than 50 projects globally ranging in value from $1 million to $1.2 billion. She has helped clients in a variety of industries recover millions of dollars in damages. Ms. Hull is Speaker of the Senate for the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), was recently named an Emerging Leader by the SWE Gulf Coast Region, and has been honored as a “Top 20 Under 40” by Engineering News-Record.
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