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The Good and Bad of Using Mobile Devices for Construction Documentation

 

Learn about the current issues and complexities with mobile construction documentation.

Emails, texting, digital images captured on cell phones, blogs and tweets were having limited impact on communication and project documentation only a relatively few years ago. Now this technology is an integral part of our lives and how we communicate. This electronic data is discoverable by the attorney on the other side. Out of control it can undermine your objectives and cripple your ability to protect yourself on changes and claims. This information explores how to properly harness the technology in your pocket to be a powerful project documentation tool bringing a whole new dimension to capturing the reality of the project in real time.

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Ted Bumgardner

Ted Bumgardner

Xpera Group

  • President of Xpera Group, a construction forensics and consulting firm
  • Previously was vice president and RMO of Gafcon, Inc., 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 defect litigation
  • Designated as an expert witness in over 800 construction litigation cases involving contractual claims, delay, cost of repair, defects investigation and contractor standard of care
  • As adjunct professor, taught a graduate level class in construction management at San Diego State University
  • Frequently speaks at construction seminars
  • B.S. degree in architectural engineering, University of Texas in Austin
  • Can be contacted at 858-704-4914, [email protected] or www.xperagroup.com
Peter J. Lasensky

Peter J. Lasensky

NoteVault, Inc.

  • Founder, director, and CEO of NoteVault, Inc., a software as a service firm - Talk. Add photo. Get a report
  • Co-founder, and a past CEO of Pacific DataVision, Inc., ATEX a (NASDAQ) listed firm, http://quotes.wsj.com/ATEX/company-people
  • Founder, and a past CEO of Peterbuilt Corporation which became the 17th-largest commercial construction company in San Diego County (San Diego Business Jour-nal’s Book of Lists - 2000 Edition); Mr. Lasensky sold Peterbuilt Corporation December 31, 2001
  • Holds fourteen U.S. patents
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