Construction is one of the nation’s largest industries with over 800,000 construction establishments across the United States. The construction industry is more disposed to work related injuries and illnesses than any other industry. As a result, it is important to take every precaution to avoid costly lawsuits and minimize risks.
The Insurance Exchange is an exclusive insurance broker for some of the most premier construction companies in the United States and globally. As specialists to the construction industry since 1967, we can tailor specific solutions to your company’s needs. The Insurance Exchange’s experience working with construction companies of all sizes allows for unparalleled confidence in identifying and insuring a broad range of exposures and risks, while simultaneously implementing strategies to drive down costs. Our longstanding relationships with many insurance carriers and the in-depth understanding of the construction industry helps our clients extract the best value out of their insurance packages while never sacrificing quality.
Employee Benefits Products & Services
Milliman Fortune 100 Actuarial Services
Customized Benefits Benchmarking
Davis-Bacon Act & Service Contract Act
Fringe Benefit Plans
International Employee Benefits/War Risk
HR Support/Compliance Services
CDHP (HSA, HRA, FSA)
Mid-Year Claims Meeting/Renewal Projections
Accidental Death and Dismemberment Plans
Short and Long Term Disability
Alternative Funding and Self-Funding Plans
Group Auto & Homeowners Insurance
Business Insurance Products & Services
Building and Personal Property
Inland Marine (Transit, Installation, etc.)
Business Income and Extra Expense
Crime (Employee Dishonesty, Computer Fraud, 3rd Party Fidelity etc…)
The Insurance Exchange is not only a proud member of the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC), but a longstanding member on the ABC Legislative Committee. ABC is a national association representing nearly 23,000 merit shop construction and construction – related firms in 75 chapters across the United States.