In The Public Eye: That's a "Wrap!" Why You Should Consider an OCIP for Your Next Construction Project
An Owner Controlled Insurance Program (OCIP, otherwise known as a "Wrap-Up") is an efficient, cost-effective way to provide insurance for owners and contractors for a specific or a series of construction projects. Carleen Patterson sits down with Shawn Kraatz, Alliant Public Entity and Mike Davidson, Alliant Construction, to discuss the benefits of an OCIP for Public Entity Projects.
More Episodes of In The Public Eye:
In The Public Eye: How Drones Help the Florida School Board Insurance Trust (FSBIT) Manage Risk
How the use of drone technologies improved their ability to survey properties in significantly less time and reduce the risk of accessing difficult-to-reach areas.
In The Public Eye: Common Mistakes When Considering a Third-Party Administrator (TPA)
Carleen Patterson and Keith Brown, Alliant, discuss ways to control costs, starting with how you choose your third-party administrator (TPA).
In The Public Eye: Economic Factors and How They are Impacting Property Insurance Renewals
Environmental factors have resulted in record losses across the globe. Carleen Patterson and Jeff Moench, Alliant, discuss economic factors impacting the property insurance market and what you should expect for future renewals.