Construction Executive asked top executives at leading sureties and insurance companies specializing in construction for advice and insights on:
- What do contractors need to know about additional insured coverage when obtaining insurance?
- If there is a burst of construction activity under the Trump administration, what advice can you offer to contractors that might overextend?
- What insights can you offer as the practice of contractors purchasing surety bonds directly becomes more common?
- What are the benefits of the surety bonding prequalification process and how can contractors prepare for it?
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