Insurance Marketplace Adds to Uncertainty for Contractors

Placing You First Insurance Podcast by CRC Group

Jul 30 2021 • 15 mins

Amid the stubborn coronavirus pandemic, institutional capital and developer investment has paused, forcing contractors to take a wait-and-see approach for their direction in 2021 and beyond. While the industry cheered the economic comeback of the third quarter after a record second-quarter slowdown, developers and builders remain cautious, particularly in sectors deeply affected by the pandemic and the associated shutdowns – namely office buildings and hospitality. Well-capitalized projects, including those funded by municipal bonds, appear set to continue on plan while other more speculative investments have been sidelined indefinitely.


  • Nathan Levine is a Senior Vice President in CRC’s Boca Raton, FL office and active member of the Casualty Practice Group
  • Michael V. Yovino is an active member of the Casualty Practice Group and Senior Vice President in CRC’s Long Island, New York office.

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