Civil Engineers Insurance
Digging holes, laying pipes, working with underground services at depth comes at great risk, but at Construction insure we will speak to you, fully understand the works you are carrying out and will be able to find you a competitive premium, through insurers we place multiple Civil Engineering Insurance policies through. We are a Construction Broker and are experts in this field, so for all your civil engineering insurance needs, please give us a call to discuss.
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Whatever aspect of Civil Engineering you’re involved with, from design and development, to overseeing nationwide infrastructure projects, Construction Insure have the experience, knowledge and contacts to get the right insurance cover for you.
Why do you need Civil Engineers Insurance?
You work in a challenging and complex profession. You may be involved in the detailed initial stages of huge engineering projects. Or you could be working in hazardous conditions: at height, in tunnel excavations or in proximity to dangerous materials. Your job could require intricate and precise specifications for complicated projects. Or you could be involved in mechanical or electrical engineering or soil & foundations work. All of those situations carry risks, from the legal implications of planning errors to the possibility of physical injury to a third party. You need to be protected from financial exposure in those, and many other, situations, whether you work in front of a computer screen or in an exposed and unsafe environment. At Construction Insure we specialise in insurance for Civil Engineers and the high-risk aspects of it, at the most competitive premiums.
A small error in the initial planning stages of a project could have serious repercussions at a later stage. Professional Indemnity, or ‘design & construction’, will cover you in the event of a design fault or an omission. It will also protect you if you gave negligent advice or failed to give the necessary advice. Professional Indemnity is vital to protect you from the potentially disastrous financial implications of a lawsuit arising from errors, omissions or faulty workmanship. Potential claims against you can range from a failure to seek planning permission, preparing an inaccurate survey report or failure to specify the correct construction materials. Professional Indemnity will protect you up to £10 million.