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When a contractor for roadside delineator maintenance is faced with a professional liability suit, it turns to its insurer for help.
Every June thousands of organizations in the United States commit to safer business practices during the National Safety Month. Here’s how construction can join the cause.
Philadelphia Insurance’s Brian Himmer discusses the multi-faceted exposures faced by pool construction and servicing companies.
Builder’s risk policies come with certain benefits because they offer all risk coverage. But there are downsides to consider.
Human sex and labor trafficking can be difficult to detect and presents major reputational risk exposures.
The U.S. has entered the era of the mega-project in construction. Insurance must respond accordingly.
A deeper look at the insurance options on construction mega-projects.
Promoting a more customized approach to risk management on $1 billion-plus construction mega-projects.
With a potential downturn looming, here’s what one surety exec says will be the defining characteristics of a successful construction firm.
One client saved $1.5 million by using captives as a reinsurance layer. Numerous industries could use this application.
Something as simple as supplying every construction vehicle with a portable dry-chemical fire extinguisher could save millions.
Increasing intensity, frequency and unpredictability of weather events — driven by global warming — are challenging traditional methods contractors use to account for the exposure.
The construction sector presents no shortage of challenges for insurers. But there are ample opportunities for growth, and that’s what Andrew Murray has set his sights on for 2019.
A major U.S. appointment for Hiscox and an EVP appointment head this week’s list of people on the move.
Construction workers tend to distrust technology, but acceptance is growing of new tools with demonstrable safety benefits.
Sean O’Connell, Jason Wren and Wendy Sue Ash join Aon’s Construction Service Group.
Ken Jones joins SterlingRisk; Julie Boucher and Chris Varin join Marsh Captives Solutions; Jennifer S. Lanter and Steven E. Dubiel join Willis Towers Watson; Kristy Kendle joins QBE North America.
Construction defect litigation and safety top the list of severe risks, but new technologies will also challenge the industry going forward.