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Construction Industry Insurance

Construction Industry Insurance

construction_roadwork_insuranceConstruction companies are exposed to a large variety of risks because of the different types of projects they undertake. With so many individuals and so much equipment, it is inevitable that sometimes things will go wrong at the work site. From injuries during construction, problems with the construction, theft of construction materials, environment issues, professional errors, pollution spills, errors and omissions, there are no shortage of potential problems that can arise.

At Commercial Global, our safety consultants provide third party evaluations for safety and risk management, and work closely with the insurance carriers and clients to create an effective company wide safety program.

Our clients perform land grading, excavation, public utility (sidewalks, drainage, water, sewage), electrical power grid construction, multi-functional property development, strip centers, restaurants & fast food outlets and more.

At CGIS, we know the construction industry. Our clients depend on us to assess business risks, identify and evaluate specific exposures, and work together to craft a construction policy to fit your business and your budget. utility_line_construction

Areas of construction insurance coverage include:

  • Property and Casualty
  • Professional Liability
  • Workmans Compensation Insurance
  • Builders Risk
  • Equipment Insurance
  • Errors & Omissions
  • Environmental Liability (Pollution)
  • Employment Practices
  • Automobile Insurance
  • Inland Marine and Bailey’s
  • Surety Bonding
  • Contractor Bonding
  • Performance Bonding

Call for all your construction related insurance needs. From General Liability, Professional Liability, Inland Marine, Excess & Umbrella,
OCIP (Owner Controlled Insurance Program), Builders Risk, Contractors Pollution, Railroad Endorsements, Commercial Auto, Heavy Equipment, Bonding. 


Call us today at 281-612-5974 for your FREE Risk Analysis