This course offers professionals an introduction to conducting a Due Diligence Report for Development Projects, covering the process from initial client meeting to field investigation and regulatory research, providing tips, examples, and a sample checklist to understand and manage professional liabilities and risks associated with such reports.
Designed to offer professionals a comprehensive introduction, this course delves into the research and documentation necessary for creating a Due Diligence Report for a Development Project. From the initial client meeting to field investigations and regulatory research, the course guides through the process of crafting a comprehensive Report. It provides practical tips and illustrative examples to aid in understanding and clarifying the various topics covered.
The course will outline the preparation process for assembling a Due Diligence Report for any given development project, moving from the first client meeting to the process of field investigation, and ending with the regulatory exploration necessary to produce a legitimate final report. This course has a plethora of examples and bits of advice that will provide clarification on the aforementioned topics.
In this course, you’ll discover the crucial professional responsibilities and potential risks linked with Due Diligence Reports. Understanding these is vital for safeguarding both your company and yourself before entering into contracts with clients. Additionally, the course wraps up with a valuable resource – a sample Due Diligence checklist. This can serve as a helpful foundation when embarking on research for a Due Diligence Report.
Author: Randy S. Wilder, PE
Course Number: 269
Course Hours: 4 PDH