Construction Insurance - supplement (February 2013)
This supplement is intended to be read in conjuction with the original publication.
RS 208b was published in December 1999 and while it largely remains still valid today, there have been changes which make the production of an updating supplement appropriate. For example, there have been several changes in the perception of certain risks and the insurance response to these risks has also changed. There have also been developments in the legal perspective.
In this Supplement, readers will find topics that include renewal energy, risk from water damage to timber-framed buildings during construction, tunnels and earth moving, terrorism, some new policy clauses which have evolved over the last decade, papers on offshore pipelines and risk engineering, as well as new legal cases or changed perspectives on existing cases.
Other sources of material included and acknowledged within the Supplement include from the London Engineering Group (LEG) and the work of the International Association of Engineering Insurers (IMIA)
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