How Better Site Data Protects You, Your Project and Your Company


Duration:60 minutes


Data collection on the job site is crucial to construction project success. Whether a team documents with an iPhone or a pencil, it can be difficult to know what information needs to be collected, what shouldn’t be, and how and when the data should be shared.

Webinar panelists will discuss not only how to implement simple and reliable documentation practices to manage risks, but also how collecting the right data can help businesses save thousands in construction claims. They will also discuss how software tools can make data collection more efficient and transparent.

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Ted Bumgardner

Xpera Group

 CEO of Xpera Group, a prominent West Coast construction consulting group that provides a wide array of consulting services to the construction and real estate industries including market studies, building envelope consulting, quality assurance, and construction claims analysis.

 Previously was Vice President and RMO of an ENR top 100 agency CM and top 100 program management firm.

 With more than 40 years of extensive construction management and construction litigation experience, he brings a thorough knowledge of all aspects of commercial, municipal and residential construction, forensic investigation, and construction litigation.

 Designated as an expert witness in over 800 construction litigation cases involving contractual claims, delay, cost of repair, defects investigation, general contractor and construction manager standard of care.

 As adjunct professor, taught a graduate level course in construction management at San Diego State University

 B.S. degree in Architectural Engineering, University of Texas in Austin

P. Randolph Finch Jr.

Managing Partner
Finch, Thornton & Baird, LLP

Randy Finch is relied on by business owners, C-suite executives, and in-house counsel for his unique ability to see the big picture, and to get the job done efficiently and with predicted results.

His expertise includes dispute resolution from early positioning and negotiation, to mediation, arbitration, trial, and appeal, as well as business planning and compliance. He is known for unabashedly telling clients what he would do in their situation, rather than simply offering the pros and cons of options from which the client must choose.

The construction industry has been Randy’s focus for over twenty years, and clients including general engineering and building contractors, specialty trade contractors, project owners, suppliers, and sureties continue to anchor Randy’s legal practice.

However, his considerable success and experience in the highly regulated construction industry inevitably led to his representation of business owners in similarly regulated agriculture, automotive, clothing, and food and beverage industries.

Kenneth E. Rubinstein

Co-chair - Preti Flaherty Beliveau & Pachios
Construction Law Practice Group

Ken is a senior construction attorney and co-chair of Preti Flaherty’s Construction Law Practice Group, where he represents owners, design professionals, contractors and construction managers, subcontractors, suppliers, sureties and other members of the construction industry.

Ken is member of the American Arbitration Association's Panel of Construction Arbitrators and was one of the founding co-chairs of the Construction Law Committee of the Massachusetts Bar Association.

Ken teaches Construction Law & Litigation at Boston University School of Law and has chaired or presented programs for the ENR Risk & Compliance Summit, the Construction SuperConference, the American Council of Engineering Companies (Annual Conference and Fall Convention), Build Boston, Architecture Boston Expo, the Professional Liability Underwriting Society (Annual International Conference), the Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts, the Associated General Contractors of New Hampshire, Associated Builders and Contractor of New Hampshire, Massachusetts Bar Association, Suffolk University Law School, National Business Institute, Sterling Educational Services, Half Moon Seminars, and Lorman Seminars.

Ken is listed in Best Lawyers in America for Construction Law.

Pam Russell

News Editor




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