Partner Maura Krause of the firm’s Construction practice group was recently quoted in an article for Building Forward about how drones are on the rise in the construction industry. In “Giving a Lift to Construction’s Tech Stack,” Maura talks about how construction firms want to make sure they have the necessary permits and insurance to allow drones to legally work on a construction site.
“Contractors who subcontract out drone operations should make sure their subcontractors have the appropriate coverage in place, with the contractor added as an additional insured on the policy,” Maura said.
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More about Goldberg Segalla’s Maura Krause:
Maura has built a strong practice advocating for owners, contractors, design professionals, sureties, subcontractors, and other entities in litigation and arbitration in the construction arena. She regularly handles claims related to a broad array of project types, including mixed-use high-rises, airports, roads and bridges, commercial and municipal buildings, schools, and condominiums. Maura has particularly deep experience assisting construction clients working on “green” projects. She earned certification as a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP) from the U.S. Green Building Council. The certification ensures that professionals have the knowledge they need to take a project through LEED certification and are well versed in the many aspects of green building.