Building a Risk Management Program for Construction Projects
A comprehensive, cost-effective builders risk program requires a thorough understanding of issues and
potential hazards of a construction project. Without proper analysis of the exposures, a poorly designed builders risk program can lead to significant underinsured or uninsured exposures, unnecessary premium charges or a dissatisfied customer in the event of a loss.
Article - October 20, 2016
Don’t Let Surety Be an Afterthought When Acquiring a New Construction Company
There are a number of key financial components to contemplate during the due diligence and valuation process of a private equity acquisition, including surety bonding. The key is to structure the acquisition in such a way that a firm dependent on surety bonds will be positioned to have a surety program available post-acquisition that supports its business plan.
Article - October 19, 2016