Zurich Australia's Construction Project insurance options

Type of cover What this cover provides How to purchase

CAR - Construction All Risks

Covers material damage loss arising from contract works on site, transit to or from the contract site (other than by sea or air), contract works stored away from the contract site. It typically covers parties such as the principal contractor, subcontractors, and in some cases suppliers and manufacturers of equipment. Through an insurance brokerFind out more

EAR - Erection All Risks

Covers loss arising out of the erection and installation of machinery, plant and steel structures, including physical damage to the contract works, equipment and machinery. Through an insurance brokerFind out more

DSU - Delay in Start Up

Covers delay in start-up costs associated with a CAR or EAR loss. Through an insurance brokerFind out more

ALOP - Advance Loss of Profit

Covers advance loss of profit costs associated with a CAR or EAR loss. Through an insurance brokerFind out more

ACL – Advance Consequential Loss

Covers advance consequential loss costs associated with a CAR or EAR loss. Through an insurance brokerFind out more

Annual Construction Policies

Covers smaller construction project works up to a certain value as an annual policy. Through an insurance brokerFind out more

Construction Third Party (Public) Liability

Covers third party personal injury or property damage as a result of negligence associated with works being undertaken. This can be covered in conjunction or combined with CAR and EAR policies. Through an insurance brokerFind out more

Project Cargo

Covers risks of loss or damage to goods and merchandise while in transit by any method of transport – sea, rail, road or air - and while in storage anywhere in the world en route between the points of origin and final destination for construction projects. This can be covered in conjunction or combined with CAR and EAR policies depending on the extent of the shipment and the cover required. Through an insurance brokerFind out more