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Why Choose McGriff For Construction Risk Services?
With today’s market conditions and the current litigious environment, your insurance and risk management decisions should be made with care. Your broker needs considerable experience in your industry and the know-how to negotiate coverage and terms that meet your specific needs.
McGriff’s Construction Risk Services (CRS) Group is one of the top U.S. brokers for construction risk management programs. Our team of specialists has a proven approach to handling the unique insurance requirements of all facets of the construction industry. The CRS Group is comprised of more than 95 professionals, including risk management, safety management, and claims specialists that are dedicated to the construction industry.
In addition to outstanding customer service, we’re committed to providing access to industry knowledge and experienced professionals who deal with risk on a daily basis. That means state-of-the art advice, more efficient program design, and lower long-term costs of risk. We are not transactional brokers. We’ve built our practice by focusing on lasting relationships – the kind that help you build your business today and in the future.
Simply serving the risk needs of the construction industry is one thing. Developing proactive programs, keeping up with industry changes, and providing consistent value for clients requires a higher level of involvement. McGriff CRS is proud to be very active in a number of construction associations, including:
- Associated General Contractors of America
- Associated Building Contractors
- American Subcontractors Association
- Pipeline Contractors Association
- National Association of Demolition Contractors
- Construction Financial Management Association
- National Association of Surety Bond Producers
- 2/22/11Certificates of Insurance
- 2/18/11Eleven Workers' Compensation Issues Sure to Impact 2011
- 2/15/1110 Elements to Design, Implement and Control Workers Compensation Costs
- 2/13/11Forgetting to Cover a Crane?
- 1/25/11Contractor Entitled to Recover Additional Compensation Due to Project Owner’s Failure to Disclose Material Information During Bidding Process
- 1/24/11Cyber Attacks A Board-Level Concern