Construction

Construction Insurance

Providing insurance for construction companies is a key strength of ours at Aston Scott. Our experienced staff can help with all aspects of construction insurance, and can support single subcontractors, large corporate developers and main contractors.

Our policies

We provide a bespoke service to each client, and benefits which are not offered by many of our competitors – including direct relationships with main underwriters. And for clients who require a full claims service, we offer regular review meetings and detailed management of large or complex claims.

Our range of cover comprises all the major policies, including public liability insurance for construction, employers’ liability, contractors’ ‘all risks’ insurance, engineering ‘all risks’, professional indemnity, commercial combined and motor fleet.

In addition, we provide a number of other services including:

  • Risk management advice and assistance
  • Site visits, focusing on insurance risks
  • An ongoing programme of checking subcontractors’ insurance
  • Advice on contract conditions and collateral warranties

We also offer specialist additional cover for construction and engineering companies, including:

How can we help?

Looking for a construction insurance quote? Speak to a member of our construction team: 03300085035

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