Even the most detailed construction plans can go awry. Construction companies can look to Great American to build custom coverage to protect workers and projects from the ground up.
What should your construction company consider when choosing construction and contractors’ insurance protection?
Your employees, equipment, materials and finances are just a few
areas of your business that require special coverage. Our specialized
construction and contractors’ insurance can help protect mid-size and large construction businesses
from property damage lawsuits, equipment damage, theft, injuries, loss of
business due to delays and more.
There’s a lot happening at each site, and your business’ reputation and livelihood are on the line. Builder’s risk insurance is built specifically to protect contractors and owners against property and financial losses they may face at a residential or commercial construction project. Consider Inland Marine insurance to help ensure your tools, equipment and materials are protected in transport too.
You could have millions of dollars of equipment that you own or lease on your site at one time. Our contractor’s equipment coverage is a highly flexible policy with options to protect your assets.
Contract surety bonds, also called construction bonds, can help ensure a project will be completed in compliance with contractual conditions and legal requirements.
Our 35+ divisions offer specialized expertise, bringing deep knowledge to your insurance needs.
Specialized property coverage for the construction, manufacturing, retail/wholesale and transportation industries.
Specializes in general liability, commercial auto, umbrella, inland marine and surety coverages, and is a selected carrier for homebuilders in many states.
One of the leading surety companies in the U.S., including both commercial and contract solutions.
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