Our Construction specialists work with clients of all shapes and sizes and fully understand the diversity of this industry – from the independent contractor to the large building construction firm. As with all our business clients, Sinclair Risk & Financial Management’s approach in combining uncommon risk analysis and strategic risk management with human resources consulting and training is designed to reduce your construction operation’s exposures and premium costs while delivering measurable, sustainable results.
How do we accomplish this? We discuss your goals and objectives and define measurements for success. Our in-house loss control personnel takes an in-depth look at your construction facility through a comprehensive onsite assessment, identifying gaps and areas for improvements, suggesting strategies, and developing a complete risk analysis. Based on our analysis, we’ll implement a broad spectrum of operational and safety programs in addition to a comprehensive insurance plan. And every six months, we present our Stewardship report and review our goals and progress to protect your income statement and balance sheet. This is all part of our proprietary Risk Safeguard AdvantageTM platform.
Our customized Construction insurance program is based on your unique needs, including developing wrap-up insurance programs that require highly specialized technical knowledge that our staff has. Here is some of what we can provide:
- Property and Casualty
- Professional Liability
- Owners and Contractors Protective Liability
- Builders Risk
- Errors and Omissions
- Owner-Controlled Insurance Programs (OCIPs)
- Contractor-Controlled Insurance Programs (CCIPs)
- Employment Practices Liability
- Employee Health and Benefits
- Workers’ Compensation
- Surety Bonds
- Environmental Liability
- Subcontractor Certificate review
- OSHA review
With Sinclair, you have a partner that looks out for your bottom line.
Our staff is knowledgeable about the market and how it affects you. Give us a call at 203.265.0996, email us, or return the form on this page to find out how you can capitalize on the Sinclair advantage.