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Utilities Contractors Insurance

 

Companies who supply gas, electricity, water and renewable energy are at the very centre of our developed and increasingly demanding world. Their assets are extensive and the risks they face, whether they are environmental, technological, economical or regulatory, are major. A broker who understands the current and emerging risks and can tailor comprehensive protection, is therefore essential.  Here at Audemars Corporate Solutions, we have proven expertise in Utilities insurance and can tailor your cover to suit your needs.

As a Specialist Insurance Broker, we have the ability to help a client through a major disaster and recover its position. With health and safety and wider risk management expertise from our combined skills and experience to design the optimum insurance programme.  

Audemars Corporate  Solutions can cover you in the following areas:-

  • Contamination Insurance

  • Water Resilience Insurance

  • Erection & Construction Risks

  • Public Liability Insurance

  • Employers Liability Insurance

  • Machinery Damage and Breakdown

  • Directors & Officers Liability, and regulatory risks

  • Power Generation

  • Renewable Energy

  • Data & Cyber Risks

    As part of our proposition for Utilities we would also like to highlight our very experienced in-house claims team has dealt with a major international incident involving a country’s fresh water, sewerage assets, pipes, pumps, filter beds and bridges being substantially damaged.

    If you have any queries or would like further information about utilities insurance, please contact Dean Thompson on 0121 603 0864 M: 07740 267 810 or email: dean@audemars-insurance.co.uk

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Audemars Corporate Risk Solutions Limited is an appointed representative of Ten Insurance Services Ltd which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.