Instant Insights / Managing risks this hurricane season

Here are the insights insurance pros and policyholders need to know to navigate the 2022 hurricane season.


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Before approaching the marketplace, every company should create a detailed underwriting submission to present to the carriers. (Credit: Piyapong Wongkam/Shutterstock) With proper planning, contractors can minimize the impact and expedite project recovery from an extreme weather event. (Photo: Piyapong Wongkam/Shutterstock)

With peak wind speeds that exceed 186 mph, engineering and construction firms that operate in the “hurricane belt” are acutely aware of the hazards that hurricanes pose to construction sites.

Structures under construction often have incomplete or temporarily supported weakened structural systems, unsecured building envelopes, loose materials and debris, temporary structures and susceptible construction equipment.

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