5 Ways Contractors Can Manage Risk More Effectively

Some would argue construction has always been a risky business — not a profession for the faint of heart by any means. Recognizing risk — planning for it, and countering its unpredictable effects on each and every construction project — has always been a reality for electrical contractors. Here are five of the most common mistakes subcontractors make on construction projects that can lead to bigger problems down the line. The good news is: With a little common sense and a lot of forethought, they’re fairly easy to avoid.

This photo gallery is based on the full article, “Know When to Hold, Know When to Fold” written by Contributing Writer Matthew Halverson, which ran in the November 2014 issue.

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