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The U.S. has entered the era of the mega-project in construction. Insurance must respond accordingly.
An unwavering commitment to zero lost time is just one way that Harder Mechanical Contractors protects its workers.
Discerning insurance buyers and their brokers increasingly seek specialist wordings from a professional liability community that is desperate to differentiate.
Contractors find it increasingly more expensive and difficult to comply with regulatory rules
New solar power technology adds clean energy opportunities as well as daunting risk challenges.
A look at the latest legal cases impacting the industry.
Skanska USA Building’s VP of Insurance and Surety knows that sharing data helps combat risk of all kinds.
Hailstorms are happening more often and striking more severely. The insurance industry is trying to find ways to mitigate the damage.
The next generation of connected safety wearables could mark a new era in workplace safety and insurance – but only if the data they produce is harnessed in the right way.
Shari Natovitz lost hundreds of former colleagues on 9/11. Now she manages risk for a vital piece of New York’s skyline.
Our health and economy are increasingly exposed to a long-documented but ignored risk.
The aspect of fire prevention managers can best control is ignition sources.
Owner control of insurance and project safety was vital to the success of Denver’s commuter rail project.
The construction industry is increasingly incorporating suicide prevention measures within health and safety programs.
A $1 billion bridge rebuild is boosted by new surety claims and liquidity elements.
Who needs the Scaffold Law? Maybe construction workers should just stop working instead.
With capacity ample, project cargo insurers emphasize project management.
Light lumber, cost controls and a soft property market are exposing owners and insurers.
ASSE and NIOSH say not enough data is collected on subsets of workers that fall into multiple at-risk groups and need targeted safety interventions.