Spire Brings Reliable Expertise to the Big Easy and the ABA Annual Meeting


Construction Advisory
and Expert Solutions

Schedule Delays and Disruptions
Quantification of Damages
Standard of Care
Construction Defects
Productivity Impacts
Claims Management
Risk Identification and Management
Expert Witness Testimony



This month, one of the biggest events for construction attorneys across the country will occur. The American Bar Association (ABA) Construction Law Forum will host its Annual Meeting in New Orleans on April 11-13. The meeting, titled Taking Care of Business: A Mini MBA Program for the Construction Lawyer, will feature sessions covering the fundamentals of business and how they impact the practice of construction law. The sessions will be led by a distinguished slate of attorneys, in-house counsel, law professors, and consultants, each offering a unique perspective on business-related matters.

Spire will be represented by Associate Principal, Michael Nosbisch, CCP, PSP, FAACE, Managing Consultants, Kate Hull and Jesus Schuldes, and Marketing Director, Tamara Savinas. Spire has been a proud, long-time exhibitor and sponsor of the ABA, and this Annual Meeting promises to be one of the best yet. Each member of the Spire team is excited to lend their construction expertise to the top construction issues related to schedule, budget, and risk. Please stop by booth #3 in the Roosevelt Ballroom during the conference to discuss any of these construction topics with Spire’s experts.

Construction is challenging. Spire offers the ability to identify and mitigate potential project risks early on, and the insight as to why a project did not go as expected. Spire’s seasoned experts assist clients around the world in solving and simplifying the most complex construction problems. Spire can give you what your project deserves: reliability built on expertise.

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