The prime objective of construction cost audits is to control costs and avoid huge cost overruns on construction projects. However, construction cost audits are sometimes not undertaken due to cost considerations.
In this webinar, Megan Wells and Vanessa Williams discuss different levels of cost audits at various phases of the project; identify what situations may call for a cost audit; discuss contractual audit clauses; and provide case examples of how construction cost audits have benefited project stakeholders. This webinar is intended to assist attendees with practical examples of how investing in construction cost audits, at various phases and levels, can be cost effective for the project.
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Who should attend
Megan S. Wells
Megan Wells is a Director in Navigant's Global Construction practice and is the Director of the Seattle Office Construction Practice. Ms. Wells has over 23 years of consulting experience, including the analysis of costs and damages incurred on numerous construction projects and government contracts throughout the Unite... More info
Vanessa I. Williams
Vanessa Williams is an Associate Director in Navigant's Global Construction practice and has more than 14 years of consulting experience in issues related to construction accounting, contract cost auditing, and the review of construction claims for increased costs and economic damages. Ms. Williams has been involved in... More info