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Building A Relationship with Kapnick: What It Means

At Kapnick, we believe that building solid relationships with our clients is just as important as building with proven materials such as steel, brick and mortar. So, it should come as no surprise that Kapnick’s commitment to its construction clients is unyielding. Our approach to a productive working relationship is a simple one – always consider the unique needs of all parties involved. This allows us to seamlessly navigate the dynamic relationship of general contractors, sub-contractors, architects and owners alike.

We continually strive to provide best-in-class guidance in all areas of the construction process. Our diverse construction team, which includes insurance, bonding, safety, and claims specialists, is often recognized for their vast expertise and ability to generate targeted solutions to exceed our clients’ expectations. In fact, our reputation for excellence in claims, ability to draft groundbreaking insurance coverage, and our reputation for providing unparalleled service remains the standard in the industry. From securing surety bonds to investigating alternative risk financing options through self-insurance, Kapnick has its clients covered.

Meet Our Team!

We work with top rated insurance companies

that offer highly specialized programs for businesses in construction.

Strength

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2016 Construction Industry Risk Analysis Overview

A White Paper for the Construction Industry 

 The survey was conducted on 1,202 business owners and decision makers, including 493 small businesses (2 to 49 employees), 453 midsized businesses (50 to 999 employees) and 256 large businesses (1,000+ employees). The survey included 11 specific industry sectors. In the document , we describe in detail the general level of risk perceived by business leaders, as well as their specific industry risk concerns.

Knowledge

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The Good and the Bad

11 Prequalification Tips for Subcontractors

During the prequalification process, companies look at many areas, financial strength, character, experience, equipment, credit history and banking. Brokers take all of this information — good and bad — and formulate a decision.

For tips on how subcontractors can look their best: CLICK BELOW!

Direction

Our trusted Kapnick Insurance professionals can assist with the following:

  • Insurance Program Design
  • Alternative Risk Management Strategies
  • Contract Review
  • Surety
  • Job Site Safety
  • Environmental Risk
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Builder’s Risk
  • Claims Management
  • Employee Benefits Plans

Need insurance-related construction expertise?

There’s only one call to make — Kapnick. Start building your relationship with us today.

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