Parametric Insurance: Mitigating Risk From Weather-related Events

November 28, 2018
Paul Ramiz & Michael DeLio - Construction Executive

In the last three years there have been record-breaking extreme weather events, changing seasonality, increases in temperature and rainfall and overall greater volatility globally. This specifically has created a challenge for the U.S. construction industry, which after a slight decline in construction spending in 2017 is expected to have six percent growth in 2018 and will to continue to grow through 2021. The recent increase in construction spending and expected projects to come has allowed the insurance and wider financial services sector to offer increasingly tailored solutions that allow both owners and operators of construction projects to manage the financial impact of adverse weather on revenues and costs.

Reprinted courtesy of Paul Ramiz & Michael DeLio, Construction Executive, a publication of Associated Builders and Contractors. All rights reserved.



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