Your minimum information checklist
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Construction and engineering insurance will provide your construction industry clients with the peace of mind that they have comprehensive cover against a broad range of perils and events
Below is a list of the minimum information required to complete an initial assessment. Please note our underwriters may request additional information specific to your customer in some cases.
|Report||Why do we need this?||What is this?|
|Geotechnical||Excavation on a project site exceeds 5 metres or sites
with significant piling activities
|A detailed breakdown of sub-surface materials with recommended excavation techniques|
|Dilapidation||Existing structures cover exceeds $1,000,000 or Builder is taking over another contract and requires completed works to be insured||Records current building or project condition|
|Soil||Where a site has hazardous or unstable materials present||Details critical information pertaining to potential toxins and stability of the site
|GANTT Chart||For a longer project or a project containing high risk periods
||A progress chart detailing each on site activity
|Structural plans||For larger buildings and projects requiring a deeper underwriting review
||The technical drawings produced by the engineer during the design phase
|Architectural plans||To give the underwriter a view of the completed project
||Completed drawings showing the projects completed form focused on aesthetics
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This information is prepared for clients of QBE and their customers. It provides general information only. It does not take into account matters specific to your business. You should always seek independent professional advice before acting upon anything in this document. No part of this publication can be reproduced without the written permission of QBE Insurance (Australia) Limited ABN 78 003 191 035. Normal underwriting terms and conditions apply. Consider the Policy Wordings to see if the product is right for your customer.