Construction Disaster Prevention & Relief Planning
The impact of unforeseen conditions such as weather events depends on how it is incorporated into the project during the planning phase. The process outlined prior to the start of a project for such events will dictate the methods and tools available once it incurred.
While contractual provisions may identify how to communicate or document this type of weather delay, understanding what should have been reasonably anticipated may be a challenge. Further, proving and quantifying impacts resulting from an unforeseen condition can be difficult, so incorporating a reasonable amount of weather impacts during the planning stage is essential. Spire’s team of experts can assist in establishing the baseline impact expectations, tracking the event in real time, and reacting appropriately when it occurs, all to ensure the weather risk can be accounted for and mitigated.