Are you a contractor considering joining Build UK?
You’ll be the latest in the growing list of companies and contractors joining the trade body.
The Berkley Group and The Carey Group are two of the latest big names in housing and contracting to sign up for the body which represents thousands of specialist and tier one contractors.
It has also attracted its first professional body, The Chartered Institute of Building.
The aim is to give the industry a strong voice and a dynamic leadership, driving up standards, ensuring supply chains are efficient, and helping the resilience of the UK economy.
Clients include Great Portland Estates and Argent.
Read more about Build UK here.
Why join such a body?
Membership gives contractors opportunities and kudos.
Becoming part of Build UK can help contractors ensure the supply chains on their projects are competent, and it will give clients and other contractors confidence in your operation.
It could help to grow your business.
Make sure you’ve covered the basics before your business moves forward
If you are looking to join, it’s vital you ensure you have the right level of contractors’ insurance for the projects you are set to carry out.
Now would be the perfect time to consider reviewing your insurance cover.
As businesses grow, their insurance needs change and develop.
Do you have the right cover for people working at height?
Do you need some professional indemnity insurance too if your work involves elements of design?
Joining Build UK could be a golden opportunity to mark your business out from your competitors. However, get your insurance cover wrong, and it could leave you with a major headache.
Talk to your insurance advisor in depth about your business and your plans to ensure they get the whole picture.
Severn Bay’s professionals know they need to get as much detail as possible to ensure the cover we find for our clients is tailored for their business.
Please call us on 02920 470375 for advice on contractors’ insurance. You can find more information about what we do here.