The benefits and challenges in single project insurance

Gain insight into the potential benefits and challenges of project insurance covering small and medium sized projects. Leading experts share key considerations in this Community of Practice webinar.

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Background
CIRIA’s Managing Construction Risk Community of Practice (CoP) brings together practitioners from the construction and insurance sectors with the objective of improving the management of risk and financial performance. 

Through a series of network events and integrated resources the CoP will help deliver more focused collaboration and enhance knowledge transfer in risk management. The events examined within the CoP network include professional indemnity insurance (PII), design, contract works and project insurance.

The benefits and challenges of single project insurance cover for small and medium sized projects
As a cover product, project insurance is commonly used on major infrastructure projects. This Government supported product is often viewed by suppliers as leading to extra costs for little benefit compared to the annual insurance product.

This webinar dives into both the benefits and challenges in taking on single project insurance that covers small and medium sized projects whilst endeavouring to answer the following questions:
What is project insurance?   
How does single project insurance offer value for money? 
What is not covered by project insurance? 
How does single project insurance for small to medium sized projects compare to
annual multi-party insurance?
What are the potential legal pitfalls (overlapping with other insurance products)?

Why attend
Gain insight into project insurance and how it compares to annual multi-party
insurance
Discover the benefits, challenges, and considerations of project insurance
Understand how single project insurance offers value for money
Learn how to avoid the legal pitfalls and litigation

Who should attend
Insurance sector practitioners: risk engineers, underwriters and brokers
Construction sector practitioners: insurance buyers, quality assurance managers,
project managers, financial and legal experts, asset owners and
operators, T1/T2 contractors, designers and suppliers
Procurement specialists
Regulators
Research community
Trade associations

When
Wednesday 22 September 2021
10:30 - 12:30

Programme
10:30 Welcome and introduction
Dirk Vennix, Chief Executive, CIRIA

10:40 Introduction to project insurance Veronica Flint Williams, Contract and Risk Manager, Environment Agency
11:00 Stakeholder perspectives Client perspectives: Cleo Curl, Insurance Manager, Landsec Legal perspective: Rob Goodship, Senior Associate, Fenchurch Law
11:20 Project insurance options in the market Craig Charles, Senior Vice President Construction Infrastructure, Client Executive, Marsh
11:50 Interactive discussion and Q&A with a panel of experts and presenters Simon Wheeler, Principal Geotechnical Consultant, Fugro
12:25 Closing remarks
Fees
 Community of Practice: Founding members*
 (Environment Agency, Fenchurch Law, Fugro, Jacobs, Laing O'Rourke, 
  Landsec and Marsh) 
 Free to attend 
 CIRIA members**
 £30 + VAT
 Non-members**
 £35 + VAT
*   Please complete and return the booking form to James Nguyen to register. ** Please register online.
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When
22/09/2021 - 22/09/2021
Where
Webinar, UNITED KINGDOM
 
 

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