Modern Methods of Construction (MMC): A client perspective

Find out how construction companies can risk manage their Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) projects in order to bring comfort to insurers.

Modern methods of construction are on the up; the sector is growing steadily, but despite its advantages in terms of costs, speed, and sustainability, UK construction insurers maintain a cautious, conservative approach to covering MMC projects.

In a tough insurance market, how should construction companies utilise MMC when planning a project? Find out two firms’ approach to modern methods in our new article, MMC: A client perspective.

You'll discover how:

  • A company operating in the MMC space has adopted a hybrid model, utilising modular and standardised methods of construction.
  • Hybrid working allows mechanical and electrical (M&E) and fit-out work to start more quickly than in a standard build.
  • Sustainability can still be achieved without the use of materials that many insurers consider too great a risk.

Read our article to find out more about the hybrid approach to MMC and standard methods of construction. And for further information, read our accompanying papers, The insurability of Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) and Modern methods of construction (MMC): An insurer’s perspective.


Modern methods of construction (MMC): A client perspective

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