Single-source cross-class solution protecting brand and maximising defensibility, recoveries, improved claims performance and reduced total cost of risk.

The construction industry is a high risk sector with the statistics speaking for themselves; 30 fatalities reported in 2022 which is higher than any other industry and, on average, 61,000 injuries to construction workers per annum.

With over 25 years’ construction sector experience across the UK and NI, we have worked with and developed long-standing relationships, built on trust, mutual respect and transparency, with our clients, their brokers and insurers.  That experience together with our flexibility and insight enables us to deal with a vast array of claims delivering a high-quality cost-effective service from the date of incident through to final resolution. We consistently deliver results for our clients protecting both their financial and reputational interests through a collaborative and innovative approach.   

We work with our clients to understand how they operate, the challenges they face and offer fresh ideas to support them through difficult and changing market conditions.  Our aim is to improve and optimise our clients’ claims experience and provide them with the tools, initiatives and support to empower them to make changes within their businesses that further promote, manage and maximise health and safety to help them reduce both the number of accidents and claims, and cut overall claims spend. 


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