Construction is an essential industry for the global economy and activity in the sector is constant. There will always be a need for the renewal of existing and the creation of new infrastructure. But as the build cycle is often driven by socio-economic factors, it can be quite volatile. Construction companies need to have an acute awareness of current and emerging risk issues and be able to respond quickly to changing circumstances.
Digitalisation, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors including climate risks, rising construction costs, and supply chain chokepoints are some of the current challenges shaping construction companies’ risk profiles. Understanding their impact allows for the design of a considered risk management framework that balances an organisation’s retention, management, and transfer needs.
Marsh's globally-integrated team of more than 1,200 construction industry specialists helps clients deliver construction projects in all regions of the world. For more than 30 years, we have supported businesses by accurately assessing their risks, minimising uncertainty, and embracing safety as a business enabler.
We will work alongside you to craft construction risk and insurance strategies unique to the pressures you face. We can help you design and implement programmes that align to your strategic objectives, optimise your capital, and protect your business now and into the future.