Building and Construction Insurance

construction insurance

CapriCMW's Construction Risk Advisors are experienced in all areas of the industry, and have been involved in many major construction projects locally, nationally, and internationally.

Our Advisors provide flexible construction insurance solutions within your budget and to support your construction project timeline.

Key Construction insurance coverage offered:

  • Annual property and general liability insurance policies
  • Project-specific wrap-up liability and builder’s risk insurance
  • Project-specific Errors and Omissions liability insurance
  • Environmental impairment liability insurance
  • Contractors equipment
  • Installation floater
  • Transit and cargo insurance
  • Surety

CapriCMW has dedicated bond and surety experts who deal with all of the major contract bonding.

Meet Our Construction Risk Team

Angela McKerlich
Danielle Russell
Dave Ledinski
David Green
Harj Parmar
James Brown
Jason Blackman
Lana Hunnie
Matt Arruda
Morly Bishop
Paula Garrecht
Ryan Fairburn
Ted Murray
Clint MacDonald
Lisa Jabbusch
Rosy Mounce

Resources

Personal Insurance / Property Management, strata
6 Tips for Protecting Your Strata Unit While You're Away

As travel within Canada and internationally resumes, you may be already have plans for your next vacation. Leading up to it, there are some important steps to take for protecting your property prior to leaving home.

Sep 15th, 2021 | By: CapriCMW
Employee Benefits / group retirement, pension plan, retirement savings
Strategies to Improve Financial Literacy in the Workplace

Canadian employees like the idea of group retirement plans, with 70 per cent willing to trade a higher salary for a workplace pension plan in a recent survey by Abacus Data. But do they have the knowledge they need to get the best value out of them?

Sep 8th, 2021 | By: CapriCMW
Business Insurance / Agriculture, groundwater, farm
Farms and Businesses Using Groundwater Require Licenses as of March 1, 2022

As of March 1, 2022, thousands of farms and small businesses that draw water from wells will be required by law to be licensed under BC's Water Sustainability Act (WSA).

Sep 1st, 2021 | By: CapriCMW

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Your CapriCMW Risk Advisor has highly specialized knowledge of your industry and is empowered to act quickly and independently to ensure direct, personal service.

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