Expert views and insight across our specialist areas.
Key Takeaways from the 2023 Energy From Waste Conference
Our Renewable Energy & Environmental Technology (REET) and Construction teams recently attended this year’s Energy from Waste Conference in London. Here are some key takeaways from a risk and insurance perspective.
Construction London Market Update – 2022 / 2023
In our latest construction sector focused report, we provide a market review of 2022 and forward looking commentary across Miller’s specialist lines of business:
Key risk factors and insurance considerations for garden village projects
It is over five years since the UK government announced its plans for 14 new garden village projects. In this article we discuss some of the key risk factors and insurance considerations for those involved in the construction of such projects.
Owners Protective Professional Indemnity Insurance explained
We recently sat down with Miller’s Construction Professional Indemnity Lead, Adam Power, to better understand why Owner’s Protective Professional Indemnity (OPPI) Insurance should be on construction project owners’ and developers’ radars.
Contactor insolvency mitigations webinar
Miller & BDO are pleased to share our joint webinar recording, discussing contractor insolvency mitigations in risk transfer and supply chains.
Construction podcast: The creeping effects of water damage on construction projects
Steve Cox and Jason Baston recently featured in Boston Tullis’ Insurance Broker podcast, talking about the significant impact of water damage to construction projects.
OCIP vs CCIP for purpose-built student accommodation projects
As a construction project owner, implementing a structured insurance strategy often slips down the priority list and gets left to the last minute. It is, however, critical to consider the specific project risks you, and other parties involved along the chain, are exposed to so that you can secure the most appropriate insurance.
Construction all risks policy extensions - reality of today's insurance market
We all know that even well-planned construction projects can suffer delays to completion. To recognise this, construction insurance policies are tailored to allow automatic extensions of the programme until final completion of the project.
Cyber risk: A growing concern for the construction sector
The construction industry continues to evolve at pace with new technologies coming into play, a marked increase in digital adoption and greater collaboration to deliver projects. As a result, the sector has a growing exposure to cyber risk.
Risks associated with sports construction projects
Sports projects are amongst the highest profile of any construction activity; think of the Olympics, Wembley Stadium and more recently the new Tottenham Hotspur FC Stadium. With high profile comes significant publicity and scrutiny, which the abovementioned projects can testify to; one delivered on time and two that were very substantially delayed. But what makes these projects riskier and how can a well delivered insurance strategy help?