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Fred Muse writes on articles on architects, engineers, and
design liability for IRMI.com.
Mr. Muse currently serves as the global practice leader in the Marsh Design
Firm Practice which encompasses the professional liability exposures of architects
and engineers, contractors, and single-project placements. He also has extensive
experience in the field of risk management consulting for contractors, developers,
and wrap-ups. In addition, he still serves as a senior advisor for a number
of major construction companies, architect and engineering firms, and controlled
Mr. Muse has been active in all areas of construction, including significant
experience with industrial, civil, and commercial contractors. In addition,
he has recently worked with contractors and owners in providing expertise on
risk identification and leading-edge solutions for some of the largest projects
in the country, including seven new office headquarters with total construction
cost over $1 billion; four new manufacturing facilities valued over $250 million
each; a 250-mile parkway/toll road and $200mm cable span bridge; and three professional
sports stadiums and arenas.
Prior to being hired as the first employee in the Marsh Associates Program
in 1988, Mr. Muse had 2 years of work/study experience in all major operation
departments. After that time, he worked as casualty broker in the National Accounts
Department and then established the Atlanta Construction Group in 1995. Before
Mr. Muse's current assignment, he was leading the negotiations of insurance
programs for all large construction clients and projects throughout the Southeast.
Before joining Marsh, he worked with a Lloyd's Broker in London for a year in
the North American Casualty and Reinsurance departments.
Mr. Muse is a frequent author and speaker on construction insurance. Some
of his recent engagements include the following.
Mr. Muse holds a BBA degree in Finance/Risk Management and Insurance from
the University of Georgia. He is affiliated with the Associated Builders and
Contractors, Construction Financial Management Association, Design Build Institute
of America, and is a licensed Property and Casualty agent.
Are Contractors Adequately Protected? (December 2000)
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