Our construction specific insurance and risk management programs implement strategies to reduce your rates and prioritize safety.
We have an exclusive blueprint process designed to maximize ROI and improve your bottom line without sacrificing coverage. Construction companies engage our team when they want to:
Challenge insurance companies on how claims are handled
Experience Modification Loss Modeling and finding areas for return premium
Review insurance provisions of their construction contracts
Better prepare for OSHA visits and audits
Class Code and Payroll Analysis/Re-Classifications
Explore our Workers’ Comp multi-state agreement with Pinnacol (including California)
I’m sure you have a relationship with your current insurance broker. That being said, a lot of our clients did as well, before we shared some tools that have made their lives easier when it comes to the ever-changing costs of insurance. To start our process, we typically have an initial conference call or meeting between our teams to see if there is a fit. If you think your company would benefit from an introductory conversation, please let us know.
Article: Firming in the Construction Insurance Market
To manage risk, companies can draw on two key risk management areas. The first is the use of risk controls or those solutions that prevent and mitigate risk. The second is the use of risk finance solutions which provide capital in the event certain risks manifest and cause damage (financial loss) to organizations.